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London Health
03 Nov 2010
Innovation, Quality, Productivity, and Inclusion. Held at the Business Design Centre, London

London Health 2010 is the largest one day event bringing together the capital’s healthcare community to share learning, showcase best practice, stimulate innovation and embrace the unique challenges and exciting opportunities that London presents.

Lead sponsor:

Claudia Hammond, Presenter, All in the Mind, BBC Radio 4, Health Check, BBC World Service and BBC World News TV
Welcome from conference chair

Pam Chesters, Mayoral Advisor for Health and Youth Opportunities
Tackling health inequalities in London

Dr Andy Mitchell, Medical Director, NHS London and Consultant Paediatrician, Basingstoke & North Hampshire Foundation Trust Hospital
Information to improve quality: letting the public know

Katherine Murphy, Director, The Patients Association
The patient experience and interaction with health services

Ruth Carnall, Chief Executive, NHS London
Delivering better patient care in London

Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP, Secretary of State for Health
The challenge for healthcare in the capital

Questions and discussion: Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP
Cllr Colin Barrow CBE, Leader, Westminster City Council and Lead Member for Health and Adult Services, London Councils
The role of local authorities in improving health outcomes

Questions and discussion: Session 1
Refreshments, exhibition and networking
Dr James Kingsland, National Clinical Commissioning Lead, Department of Health
Improving cross sector collaborative working through GP commissioning

GP led commissioning case study – Working with GPs to deliver integrated care and outcomes
Conor Burke, Interim Chief Executive, NHS Redbridge Dr. Anil Mehta, Clinical Director, NHS Redbridge

Panel debate: Working with GPs
Dr James Kingsland, Conor Burke and Dr. Anil Mehta will be joined by: Dr Tom Coffey OBE, Professional Executive, NHS Wandsworth and GP, Brocklebank Health Centre Dr Michelle Drage, Joint Chief Executive, Londonwide LMCs

Lunch, exhibition and networking
Masterclass: Public Health
Chair: Paul Plant, Deputy Regional Director of Public Health for London, Department for Health Providing opportunistic childhood vaccinations in an acute trust - lessons learned Angela Bartley, Public Health Lead, Steve McKenna, Lecturer Practitioner and Lisa Hammond, Senior Sister Women Child Health Department, Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust Promoting a healthy and safe Games in 2012 Hilary Ross, 2012 Programme Director, NHS London Industrial change for children - tackling children's health through integration and incentivisation Matthew Cole, Joint Director of Public Health and Health Improvement, NHS Barking and Dagenham and London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Well London - empowering local communities to improve health outcomes Gail Findlay, London Health Commission Co-ordinator

Masterclass: Patient Experience
Chair: Dr. Fran Woodard, Director, Cancer Programme, Integrated Cancer Centre, Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and Sponsor/Lead for the Patient Centred Care Project, The King's Fund Working with homeless people to improve pathways, increase access, redesign services and develop the workforce Mary Cate MacLennan, Service Development Manager, Homeless Health, NHS Westminster and Westminster City Council (Joint Commissioning) The Patient Experience Revolution Dr Lucy Moore, Chief Executive, Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust Electronic patient records update Kevin Jarrold, Chief Information Officer and Programme Director, NHS London Programme for IT David Wilson, Vice President and General Manager, BT Health Bexley Community Cardiology Service - applying practice-based commissioning principles to cut waiting times and offer more accurate diagnosis Dr Kosta Manis GP, Bexley Medical Group and Cardiology Lead, Bexley Care Trust

Masterclass: Care at Home
Chair: Dr Sarah Pinto-Duschinsky, Executive Chair, Commissioning Support for London Bringing care closer to home through polysystems Miles Freeman, Director of Commissioning, NHS Hammersmith & Fulham GP Commissioning of health care to prevent emergency admissions and to facilitate early supported discharge Andrew McMyler, Associate Director, Commissioning, NHS Wandsworth and Dr Peter Ilves, GP Clinical Lead, West Wandsworth Remote patient monitoring and diagnostics - what can we do to achieve a breakthrough? Professor James Barlow, Chair Technology and Innovation Management, Imperial College London

Masterclass: Acute Best Practice
Chair: Kevin Mageean, Director Trust Liaison and Communications, NHS Innovations London Co-location of Primary care-led urgent care centres Liz Wise, Chief Executive, NHS Camden HOSPITAL2HOME: electronic information sharing across acute and community services enabling more patients to die at home Dr Julia Riley, Head, Department of Palliative Medicine, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and Senior Research Fellow, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London Increase Visibility - be better eQIPPed Peter Fry, Assistant Director of Performance and Contracts, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Masterclass: Long Term Conditions
Chair: Dr. Penny Woods, Chief Executive, Picker Institute Europe Developing integrated networks to support the delivery of a range of Long Term Condition Care Packages John Wardell, Programme Director for Integrated Care Commissioning, NHS Tower Hamlets Self care reduces costs and improves health - the evidence Jillian Beggs, Programme Director, Expert Patient Programme Community Interest Company Caring for technology dependent children at home Dr Gillian Halley, Consultant Intensivist and Lead for Children's LTV Service, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust Joint working with the NHS on long term conditions Dr Farooq Ahmad, Vice Chair IPCC and Dr Veronica Varney, Respiratory Consultant ESH, Integrated Primary Care Commissioning LLP

Dr Simon Tanner, Regional Director of Public Health, NHS London and Health Advisor to the Mayor and GLA
Public health in London: The challenge ahead

Panel debate: Better public health and the ‘big society’
Dame Carol Black, National Director for Health and Work, Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Chair of the Nuffield Trust Tim Matthews, Chief Executive, Remploy and former Chief Executive of Guys and St Thomas' NHS Hospital Trust Professor Peter Kopelman, Principal, St. George's, University of London and Chair, London Medicine Group, London Higher Geoff Alltimes CBE, Chief Executive, Hammersmith & Fulham Council and NHS Hammersmith & Fulham Nick Seddon, Deputy Director, Reform