Primary Care zone
New to Confed19, the Primary Care zone will host a number of sessions throughout the two-days at conference and will be delivered by our primary care provider network, the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC).
As the NHS Long Term Plan looks to break down the divide between primary, community and acute health services, our new zone is an excellent opportunity to discuss future working together across the sectors and learn from colleagues who’ve successfully embedded integrated care.
Taking place in the exhibition hall at stand FA6.
- Day one welcome address (live feed from Confed19 main stage)
- Integrated care in practice
- Building collaboration around population health
- Drop-in clinic (day 1)
- Acute and primary sector – a common purpose
- Live feed from Confed19 main stage: Keynote address
- Team-based working – breaking down the barriers, new roles and MDTs
- Drop-in clinic (day 2)
- International Learning
- The digital primary care home: moving from extraordinary to ordinary
- Primary care homes – advanced primary care networks: impact and lessons learnt
- Keynote address (live feed from Confed19 main stage)
More zone sessions to be confirmed soon!
Special primary care delegate rate
For £149+VAT primary care delegates will have access to the Confed19 exhibition floor and primary care zone. If you would like full access to the Confed19 programme, you will be able to register with our discounted NHS Confederation member rate. Visit our bookings page to find out more and to book your place.
About the sponsors
|Centene UK is a health and care organisation with a specific focus on supporting and enabling integration. We establish long-term partnerships with the NHS and other public sector organisations to improve outcomes for patients and citizens through the delivery and coordination of care.
Centene UK is part of the Centene group of organisations including Ribera Salud and will be leading sessions on integrated care in practice and international learning.
|Capsticks’ legal experts have been have been advising the full spectrum of NHS organisations for around 40 years and are at the forefront of advising commissioners, GPs, social care providers and trusts on how to structure and govern the integration of services.|