Making the key decisions of what to resource to better meet the needs of your organisation and population is truly complex. How do you better understand the priorities of your clinicians and service providers and also the critical step of better understanding your population’s needs and views? Then how do you work with external partner organisations to prioritise, move resources and forge similar goals and measures of success?
In this session we heard from speakers that can help you improve your decision making on the critical question of resourcing, by sharing their approaches (all open source and free to use for the NHS), the hard lessons learnt and how they are now making decisions in an integrated way, that have the buy in from the population, clinicians and multiple organisations involved in delivering care.
Andi Orlowski, Director of the Health Economics Unit
Sophie Hodges, Lead Client Services Manager at the Health Economics Unit
Richard Mendelsohn is currently an Associate Medical Director with the Birmingham and Solihull ICB and a salaried GP in South Birmingham. He has extensive public health and medical leadership experience and until recently was the Chief Medical Officer at Birmingham and Solihull CCG. His current role involves taking a lead on behalf of the ICB for population health management, long term conditions and prevention.
Jack Ettinger is a Health Economist at the Health Economics Unit
Lesley Terry is Head of Integration at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. She has a clinical background, working as an occupational therapist before moving into management and strategic roles. Lesley’s work focusses on health and social care integration and population health management; supporting UHCW’s strategy to be ‘more than a hospital’ for the local population.
If you have any questions regarding the festival, please contact Rachel Caswell