Creating Not For Profit Providers Of Health And Social Care
CREATING NOT-FOR-PROFITPROVIDERS OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Practical approaches to setting up social enterprises, mutuals and co-operatives: UK and overseas lessonsA one day conference at The King’s Fund, London, 30th March in association with www.socialenterpriseinhealth.org.uk
CREATING NOT-FOR-PROFIT PROVIDERS OF HEALTH AND Practical approaches to setting up social enterprises, mutuals and co-operatives: SOCIAL CARE UK and overseas lessons CONFERENCE THEME WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE As the 2011 Health and Social Care and Localism Through a compelling mix of plenary presentations from leading bills are enacted, the National Health Service and third-sector practitioners, forthright discussion and hands-on Social Services in England are preparing to respond workshops sessions based on inspiring case-studies, this to some of the most profound changes since their conference will: inception. We will ask: Provide hard headed, practical advice on setting up new How will people and organisations used to third-sector bodies centralised direction need to change so that they can succeed in a world of greater responsibility, Address the vital underlying issues of vision and leadership competition and diversity? Focus on governance models and the management of What can clinicians, directors and managers learn public liability from UK experience of existing third- sector bodies providing health and social care services? Explore how to successfully engage the support of staff and service users What can we learn from overseas examples of successful and long-established health and social Investigate how to best develop the skills critical to success care co-operative bodies? WHO SHOULD ATTEND All clinical, social care, educational and managerial staff from the NHS or Local Government sectors who expect to take key roles in setting up and managing new not-for-profit commissioning and provider organisations Leaders from existing third sector organisations who wish to develop their business models to operate successfully in the emerging health economy Representatives from organisations providing developmental support for new and existing third sector bodies. SPECIAL LOW COST ATTENDANCE We recognise that funds may well be severely limited in these times of austerity and so we are offering delegate in association with places for all frontline clinical, social care, educational and managerial staff from the NHS and Local Government Sectors at just £95+VAT.www.socialenterpriseinhealth.org.uk
PROGRAMME09:45 Welcome Dr Michael Dixon, Chairman of the NHS Alliance09:50 Can the Big Society deliver on Health and Social Care? Matt Leach, Associate Director and Head of the Health, Housing and Environment Unit, ResPublica tbc10.05 The UK Government’s aims for Health and Social Care in England Rt. Hon. Andrew Lansley MP, Secretary of State for Health, Department of Health tbc10.25 How is the NHS responding? – Round table discussion with Nigel Edwards, Acting Chief Executive, NHS Confederation, Rachael Addicott, Senior Fellow - Policy, The Kings Fund, Dr Janet Hall, Vice-Chair RCGP, Dr Rohail Malik, Dr Martin Kittel, Bracknell Health Commissioning CIC Chaired by Dr Michael Dixon10.55 Models of organisation – which is best for you? Looking at the competing benefits and drawbacks of: A social enterprise approach to health and social care Bob Ricketts, Director of System Management and New Enterprise, Department of Health Co-operating for health and social care Chris Herries, Vice Chair, Co-operatives UK Mutuality in Health and Social Care Peter Hunt, Chief Executive, Mutuo and Professor Jonathan Michie, President, Kellogg College, University of Oxford Chaired by Allison Ogden-Newton, Chief Executive, Social Enterprise London11.30 Refreshments break EXISTING UK PRACTICE IN SOCIAL ENTERPRISE. MUTUALS AND CO-OPERATIVES Session to be chaired by Baroness Thornton of Manningham, Opposition Health Spokesperson12:00 A primary and community services care social enterprise Andrew Burnell, Managing Director, City Health Care Partnership CHCP12:15 Local mutualisation of public services Cllr Paul Bettison, Leader, Bracknell Forest Council tbc12:30 General practice moving into a social enterprise Dr Clare Davison, Newham PCT, London and Mo Girach, Business Strategist12:45 A healthcare friendly society Ken Hesketh, Chief Executive, The Benenden Healthcare Society13:00 Questions and answers13:10 Lunch SOME OVERSEAS EXPERIENCE: Session to be chaired by Professor Johnston Birchall, University of Stirling14:00 Overview of Spanish health co-operatives Dr José Carlos Guisado del Toro, Fundación Espriu, Barcelona14:20 Canadian Health Co-operatives Jean-Pierre Girard, Université du Québec à Montréal14:40 Discussion and Q&A, incorporating worldwide perspectives14:55 Break for refreshmentswww.socialenterpriseinhealth.org.uk
PROGRAMME15:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS – 1 1 A new organisational ethos a Learning to lead without top-down direction: how to grasp the opportunities for innovation and avoid the pitfalls Wendy Wallace, Chief Executive, Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust Trust tbc b Involving all stakeholders: patients, public and commissioners John Bruce, Chairman, Southend University Hospital NHS Trust, Sarah Wrixon, Director, Salix Consulting 2 Employee engagement – the key to success: a Employees ownership Carole Leslie, Director, The Employee Ownership Association b Involving staff: Local Authority example Cllr Paul Bettison, Leader, Bracknell Forest Council tbc 3 Short sharp lessons in legal responsibilities and organisational structures Stephen Lloyd, Partner; Bates, Wells & Braithwaite, Linda Barlow, Legal Officer, Co operatives UK, Legal Services, Co-operatives UK 4 Changing hearts and minds: from Public Servant to Social Entrepreneur The Camden Society, speaker tbc16:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS – 2 5 A new organisational ethos a Learning to lead without top-down direction: how to grasp the opportunities for innovation and avoid the pitfalls Wendy Wallace, Chief Executive, Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust Trust tbc b Involving all stakeholders: patients, public and commissioners John Bruce, Chairman, Southend University Hospital NHS Trust, Sarah Wrixon, Director, Salix Consulting 6 Employee engagement – the key to success: a Employees ownership Carole Leslie, Director, The Employee Ownership Association b Involving staff: Local Authority example Cllr Paul Bettison, Leader, Bracknell Forest Council tbc 7 Short sharp lessons in legal responsibilities and organisational structures Stephen Lloyd, Partner; Bates, Wells & Braithwaite, Linda Barlow, Legal Officer, Co operatives UK, Legal Services, Co-operatives UK 8 Changing hearts and minds: from Public Servant to Social Entrepreneur The Camden Society, speaker tbc16:45 SUMMING UP AND WHERE NEXT: Baroness Thornton of Manningham, Opposition Health spokesperson, Patrick Butler, Social Affairs Editor, The Guardian, Dr Sarah Woolaston MP, Member, Health Select Committee tbc Chaired by Dr Michael Dixon, Chairman, NHS Alliance Q&A17:15 Closewww.socialenterpriseinhealth.org.uk
NOTES FOR DELEGATES Pricing Delegate fees ex VAT incl VAT Front-line clinical staff, managers and social care professionals £95 £114 PCT, NHS and Local Government management £145 £174 Central Government and Private Companies £225 £270 Registration Notes Booking Please send your completed booking form (photocopies acceptable) along with cheques and invoice requests to the conference organiser. Booking Conditions Booking is a contract therefore you are liable for delegate fees regardless of attendance. It is regretted that refunds cannot be made, however, attendees may be substituted at any time. All cancellations and substitutions must be notified to Health Links Events Ltd in writing. Final papers and joining instructions will be sent at least one week before the conference providing full payment has been made. Payment must be received BEFORE the conference date or admittance will not be allowed. There will be a facility to pay upon arrival but please be aware that using this option may delay your entry into the conference. Bookings by post Please send completed booking forms to: Health Links Events Ltd 840 Melton Road, Thurmaston, Leicester LE4 8BN Telephone bookings Tel: + 44 (0) 116 269 1046, Fax: + 44 (0) 116 264 0141 Further Information For any further information about the event, please contact Chris Hanney of Health Links at: Tel: + 44 (0) 20 8749 6471 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.healthlinks-events.co.uk Discounted places may be available for those in exceptional circumstances; please contact the organiser for further information. Please complete the booking form on next page or book online at: www.socialenterpriseinhealth.org.ukTHE PROGRAMME MAY CHANGE DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES AND THE ORGANISERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ALTER THE VENUE OR SPEAKER. VAT Reg No 879 2785 52
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