North West Masterclass Collaboration
Developing leaders across the North West
We are an influential partnership formed from cross sector organisations in the North West. We represent the NHS, health and social care and local government to bring you a range of collaborative masterclasses.
More information and booking details for the Collborative Masterclass Programme 2019/20
We work in partnership with Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA), North West Employers (NWLA), North West Leadership Academy (NWLA) and the North West Association of Directors of Adults Social Care Services (ADASS).
By combining our unique specialisms, the collaboration explores innovative thinking expert speakers; to provide cross sector knowledge sharing for leaders across the North West.
Friday, January 31, 2020
Location: EY Offices, 2 St Peters Square, Manchester, M2 3DF
A professional networking meeting for audit committee members.
Keynote speakers -
Care Quality Commission
Julie King, Healthcare Regulation UK
Julie will provide an insight on her experiences in supporting NHS clients prepare for CQC assessment visits and good practice in the arena of governance, risk management and well-led organisations.
Caroline Salden, Director, Health Care Advisory, EY
Digital health encompasses the strategic, tactical and operational transformation made by technologies - cloud, mobile, social media, analytics and automation - to better connect health organisations, their networks and patients; improve operations and quality, reduce risk, curtail costs and generate insights that drive better care.
There will also be an opportunity for networking over lunch.
Friday, February 28, 2020
Location: Barnes Wallis Building, The University of Manchester, Sackville Street Campus, M1 7JA
Sharing experiences of whole system flow with a national and system context.
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Location: Hill Dickinson Offices, St Paul’s Square, Liverpool, L3 95J
Collaborating for health and care in the long term
Speakers from Hill Dickinson LLP plus guest speakers.
We will be exploring key developments in the NHS integration agenda, including the roles of the ICS and Place, and looking at how to achieve NHS Long Term Plan objectives.
Speakers will also share insights into possible future policy directions and trends/ There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and the sharing of knowledge, ideas and plans as to the development of collaborative working models.
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Location: Haydock Park Racecourse, Lancaster Suite
The annual conference on the outlook for health and social care will provide an opportunity to explore the impact of funding changes across health and social care for 2020/2021 and onwards.
Social care funding reform
Is social care funding back in the too difficult box? What plans do the current Conservative government have and what will be the implications for social care and health going forward
Sally Warren, Director of Policy, The Kings Fund
The impact of current funding arrangements for 2020/21 and beyond
Chris always has his finger on the pulse and his ear to the Treasury. He will share what he believes the future holds for NHS finances and in particular analyse the pressure on the system including NHS providers and the outlook for 2020/21.
Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers
Health and care over the next decade
Anita will explore what the future will hold for health and care over the next decade. Together with the audience she will consider - what next?
Anita Charlesworth, Director, The Health Foundation
Thursday, April 9, 2020
The NHS Patient Safety Strategy calls for the development of a patient safety culture and a patient safety system.
The combination of these foundations form an Engaged Safety Culture across health and care systems at every level. This event will focus on the three components of the National Patient Safety Strategy – Insight, Involvement and Improvement and how you can align them to start to develop an engaged Safety Culture.
Bookings open shortly