The one course you need to attend to learn more about developing an integrated care system. Integrated care is increasingly recognised as one way forward for healthcare organisations that are faced with a need to deliver high quality services while ensuring resources are wisely targeted.
Following a successful series of courses with NHS, local government and patient representative attendees across London to learn about and develop tools to enable the development of integrated care systems for individuals, teams and organisations that have an interest in and are working towards development of integrated care systems. This programme will help healthcare leaders build sustainable models, encourage culture change, and support adoption of innovation in the NHS
Who is it for?
A course for individuals, teams and organisations that have an interest in and are working towards development of integrated care systems.
This includes patient representatives, clinical teams, finance teams, information teams and other management functions that make up the health and care sector. It is intended for individuals and teams who would like to tackle real issues during their own journey toward a more integrated care system.
Why this programme?
How will you benefit from this programme?
Get time and space to tackle the challenges experienced by health systems across the globe including:
You will also:
What will you do on this programme?
A three day residential course covering four themes throughout.
Prof, PhD Imperial College Health Partners and Imperial College Business School
PhD International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) and The International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC)
PhD, MSc OptiMedis COBIC UK
Stephen M. Shortell
PhD, M.P.H., M.B.A. School of Public Health and Haas School of Business at University of California- Berkeley
Andrew P. Smith
BSc, CPFA OptiMedis COBIC UK