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Date(s) - 16/05/2017
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

The Cumberland Institute


Most STPs plan to streamline patients within their care system by integrating services at two levels –sometimes three. First, there is a clear desire for better integration of acute care with one-stop shops and single-points of contact. Secondly, there is a need to integrated services across primary, community and mental health. Eventually, it is hoped, there will be a further stage of integration between health and social services.
The traditional approaches by amalgamating organisation and creating common financial structures have not been a great success, primarily because the real challenge lies in the use of technology, particular ICT, to integrate operations.
This workshop will explore what operational integration means and why it is so critical for the NHS to succeed in this field.


  • What might integration look like for cancer services?

    Dr Marcia Hall, Oncology Consultant, Mount Vernon Cancer Centre

  • A recent case study on service provision across a CCG

    Dr David Bell, Brunel University, London

  • Modelling to support becoming an Accountable Care Organisation

    Loy Lobo, Wegyanik