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Newcastle Programme – 4 July 2019

08.40 Registration
09.20 Chair’s opening remarks
09.30 – 10.10

Primary care networks: Exploring models of care 

  • Structures and functions of PCNs.
  • Opportunities and challenges of PCNs.
  • Governance.

Dr Krishna Kasaraneni, GPC Executive Team, BMA @Dr_Kasaraneni

 

STREAM 1

Chair: Steve Williams, Co-chair, Practice Management Network, Council Member, AMSPAR and NAPC

STREAM 2

Chair: Tracy Dell, Practice Manager, Plane Trees Group Practice

10.15 – 10.55

Partnership Deeds and Declarations of Trust

  • Partnership Deeds – Risk of partnership at will and keeping partnership deed up to date.
  • Declarations of Trust – What are they and why are they needed?
  • Key property issues for Primary Care Networks.
  • Sale and leaseback (is it for you?) and leases (when and why are they needed?)

Puja Solanki, Associate, Capsticks Solicitors LLP
Tracey Blundell, Associate, Capsticks Solicitors LLP

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Patient Empowerment: How technology is providing a digital front door into healthcare

  • Technology is helping patients gain access to a digital front door that opens up multiple ways for them to keep on top of their wellbeing.
  • How offering Online Consultations has helped two practices see a reduction in calls to reception, DNAs and demand for appointments.
  • See how small changes to ways of working can have wide reaching benefits for practices and patients.

Bridie Oldroyd, Business Development Manager, Egton

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10.55 – 11.30 Exhibition and networking

11.30

– 12.10

How to decrease stress levels among GPs within a practice

  • Recognising and managing GP burnout.
  • Healthy distribution of workload and duties.
  • Managing vexatious complaints.

Dr Deen Mirza, GP educationalist, self-help author and director of Better Doctor Training

 

Working together to manage workload, coordinate services and remain sustainable – Calderdale Group Practice

  • Quick wins – more than just a buying group. How we used our time effectively, shared the workload and saved money.
  • Practice Managers taking the lead – our approach to standardising, streamlining and creating efficiencies in a supportive way to drive positive change.
  • Reducing the clinicians’ admin burden – setting up a correspondence management hub with NHSE General Practice Resilience Programme funding.

Tracy Dell, Practice Manager, Plane Trees Group Practice
Liz Coulson, Practice Manager, Southowram Surgery

12.15 – 12.55

Understanding and accommodating different GP personality types

  • Fast/assertive GPs versus slow/soft GPs.
  • Managing pathological doctor-patient co-dependency.
  • Dealing with the salaried/partner divide.

Dr Deen Mirza, GP educationalist, self-help author and director of Better Doctor Training

Managing business risk in general practice

  • Your people are your most valuable asset and your biggest risk.
  • Planning for future change (expect the unexpected).
  • Growing the business, minimising risk and maintaining profitability.

Graham Leyfield, Business Development Manager, Wesleyan Financial Services Ltd @Wesleyan

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12.55 – 13.55 Lunch, exhibition and networking
13.55 – 14.35

Employment law update for 2019

  • Sickness and absence.
  • Managing employees.
  • Employment issues relating to Primary Care Networks.

Fiona Campbell, Associate, Sintons LLP

Digital transformation in primary care

  • How we are helping the NHS to go digital.
  • Digitising medical records to release space for frontline patient care and save money.
  • EPS and eRD – the quick, easy solution – saving time and money in Primary Care.

Vinny Butler, Service Delivery Manager and Steve Cottam, Lead Team Manager – Business Improvement Team, NHS Business Services Authority
@CottamStephen

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14.35 – 15.05

Exhibition and networking

15.05 – 15.45

Regulation and inspection in 2019: New developments at the CQC

  • Changes to the way CQC regulate GP practices and the impact this will have.
  • Further proposed changes that are currently being piloted.
  • Work the CQC are doing to look at the impact of health and social care in a specific area.

Beverley Cole, Head of Inspection Primary Medical Services NE, CQC
Rod Hamilton, Inspection Manager – Cumbria and NE, CQC

15.45 – 16.25

Leadership in practice

  • This session is predicated on the assertion that ‘leadership starts with me’ and so, what makes the difference to your leadership in practice?
  • We’ll take some time to explore the question ‘why’ you lead.
  • What it’s like to be on the receiving end of ‘your leadership’.
  • We’ll consider how to maximise your impact and development.

Alan Nobbs, Head of Programme Design & Practice, NHS Leadership Academy @Alannobbs

16.25 Close of conference

Prepared by Cogora on 18/06/2019

*Please note that the agenda is subject to change

Accredited by AMSPAR

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free event for all Practice Managers, GPs, administrative staff, commissioners and all others involved in primary care business management