Key Points
  • Creating A Healthier Wales: exploring the policy landscape and future of health and social care integration
  • Equipping leaders to build a cohesive integration system, increase staff engagement and overcome internal barriers
  • Delivering national health and social care integration principles locally to improve the quality of care
  • Utilising technology to help achieve the Quadruple Aim and enhance access to care for all
  • Developing a committed and skilled workforce: ensuring staff have the right skillset and resources to support the integration of health and social care
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Overview
Confirmed Speakers:

  • Darren Hughes, Director, Welsh NHS Confederation
  • Helen Howson, Director, Bevan Commission
  • Libby Ryan-Davies, Strategic Programme Director, Hywel Dda University Health Board
  • Dr Jonathon Gray, Director of Transformation, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
  • Alisha Davies, Head of Development, Public Health Wales
  • Clair Swales, Head of Health and Wellbeing, Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations
  • Dean Morgan, Workforce Capability Manager, Pineshield Health and Social Care Services
  • Patience Bentu, Policy Officer, Race Council Cymru
  • Martyn Palfreman, Head of Regional Collaboration, West Wales Care Partnership


Join Senedd Insight for our Creating a Healthier Wales Digital Conference to explore the impact of COVID-19, integration, and innovation. Leading stakeholders will explore the lasting impact of COVID-19 on the workforce, patients and services. Understand how ‘A Healthier Wales’ and the ‘Quadruple Aim’ could help to improve the quality of care and shape the future of health and social care delivery.

Hear how innovative technology has been utilised in the health and social care response to COVID-19 including wearable technology and implementing technology-enabled care initiatives have enabled inclusive communities.

Dr Jonathan Gray, Director of Transformation, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board will share strategies to cultivate leadership development in health and social care while ensuring the sector is prepared to live with COVID-19.

Join us to explore best practice strategies to overcome workforce shortages across the health and social care sector and build partnerships to help upskill, recruit and retain staff enhancing service delivery and reducing the impact of COVID-19.


Agenda
Start

09:30 - 09:40
Chair's Opening Remarks

 

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Nia Bryer Director, Ob3 Research

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09:40 - 10:20
Improving Health and Social Care Integration to Enhance Patient Care

 
  • Exploring the impact of COVID-19 on health and social across Wales to help improve patient experience 
  • Reviewing ‘A Healthier Wales’ and how COVID-19 could lead to new challenges and opportunities for organisations and professionals
  • Developing a health and social care system that focuses on quality of care 
  • Assessing the success of implementation and changing organisational cultures 
  • The importance of ‘The Quadruple Aim’ to accelerate progression
10:10 - 10:20 Questions and Discussion 



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Helen Howson Director, Bevan Commission

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10:20 - 11:10
Case Studies: Delivering National Health and Social Care Integration Principles Locally

 
  • Implementing joined up working to help implement ‘A Healthier Wales’
  • Creating a seamless system that helps people age well to reduce service demand through early intervention initiatives
  • Meeting the needs of the local population and in the future to build a more coherent system for health and social care

11:00 - 11:10 Questions and Discussion 

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Libby Ryan-Davies Strategic Programme Director, Hywel Dda University Health Board

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Martyn Palfreman Head of Regional Collaboration, West Wales Care Partnership

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11:10 - 11:35
Case Study: Building Engagement and Buy-in while Sustaining the Pressure of COVID-19

 
  • Understanding the importance of effective leadership and cultivating leadership development in health and social care
  • Valuing innovation, exploring AHSN and Dragon’s Heart Hospital in response to COVID-19
  •  Improving outcomes for patients through the 1000 lives campaign 




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Dr Jonathon Gray Director of Transformation, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

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11:35 - 11:50
Break

 

11:50 - 12:10
Analysing the Health and Socio-Economic impact of COVID-19 on ethnic minority communities in Wales

 
12:05 - 12:10 Questions and Discussion 

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Patience Bentu Policy Officer, Race Council Cymru

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12:10 - 12:30
Case Study: Analysing Recruitment in a Pandemic for Health and Social Care

 
  • Exploring the challenges of recruiting for staff in health and social care throughout COVID-19 to overcome shortages 
  • Understanding how technology can be used to streamline recruitment processes
  • Building a workforce that values and retains staff to help ensure quality of care

12:20 - 12:30 Questions and Discussion

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Dean Morgan Workforce Capability Manager, Pineshield Health and Social Care Services

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12:30 - 13:00
Empowering Leaders to Create an Integrated Health and Social Care System

 
  • Developing a health and social care strategy to help quality improvement
  • Creating good leadership to boost cooperation across services to help provide an efficient and effective health and social care system
  • Learning from patient feedback to improve services by implementing a listening and learning approach

12:50 - 13:00 Questions and Discussion

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Darren Hughes Director, Welsh NHS Confederation

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13:00 - 13:30
Intermission

 

13:30 - 14:00
Engagement with digital technology to support health – lessons for changing health and social care systems

 
  • Engagement with digital technology to support health in Wales
  • Drivers of digital exclusion, and actions to address 
  • After COVID-19, the implications for a digital revolution in health and care



13:50 - 14:00 Questions and Discussion 

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Alisha Davies Head of Development, Public Health Wales

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14:00 - 14:30
Case Study: Supporting Different Shielding Groups Through and Post COVID-19

 
  • Understanding how a cohesive health and social care system can help to enhance support for vulnerable and at-risk groups during COVID-19 
  • Developing community based preventive provisions to support the shielding population
  • Life after the COVID-19 lockdown, supporting people and communities to feel safe 

14:20 - 14:30 Questions and Discussion

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Clair Swales Head of Health and Wellbeing, Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations

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14:30 - 14:40
Chair's Closing Remarks

 

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Nia Bryer Director, Ob3 Research

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End

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Dean Morgan Workforce Capability Manager, Pineshield Health and Social Care Services

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Libby Ryan-Davies Strategic Programme Director, Hywel Dda University Health Board

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Alisha Davies Head of Development, Public Health Wales

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Patience Bentu Policy Officer, Race Council Cymru

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Nia Bryer Director, Ob3 Research

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Dr Jonathon Gray Director of Transformation, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

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Helen Howson Director, Bevan Commission

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Darren Hughes Director, Welsh NHS Confederation

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Martyn Palfreman Head of Regional Collaboration, West Wales Care Partnership

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Clair Swales Head of Health and Wellbeing, Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations

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Venue details

Digital Event Broadcast Live


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