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New care models – learning from the leaders


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New care models – learning from the leaders

Several new and exciting speakers have joined the line-up for this event, which provides inspiring examples for leaders of provider organisations involved in the design and implementation of new care models.

They include Mike Smith, chief executive of Haverstock Healthcare, established in 2008 by a small group of GP practices in the deprived London borough of Camden. Their ambition was to form an organisation large enough to compete with global firms bidding for NHS contracts in the borough and to keep services relevant, local and familiar to patients. 

Alberto De Rosa led the first privately owned hospital in Spain before becoming chief executive of Ribera Salud, which was formed as the country adopted the so-called Alzira model for healthcare management, a form of accountable care organisation.  He has lectured internationally about the Alzira model and his organisation’s part in its development.

Allan Johnson is chief executive of The Practice, which started linking surgeries to overcome the limitations of traditional “corner shop” general practice more than a decade ago, long before the current vogue for primary care at scale. The Practice now holds contracts for more than 50 GP surgeries and GP-led health centres.

Neha Shah from solicitors Hempsons will help you to unpick the complexities of law and regulation affecting new provider organisations, including different legal forms, how services are commissioned and procured, and the impact of the emerging new care models.

Don’t miss the opportunity to join us for the event on 23 February in Birmingham.