Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

Monitor

  • Date
  • Rating
  • Views
  • 2016/17 National Tariff - work so far and next steps 2016/17 National Tariff - work so far and next steps James Lorigan, Sector Involvement Manager, Monitor and Stephen Fenton, Pricing Development Manager (Governance), NHS England Recorded: May 27 2015 64 mins
    Ahead of engagement on the proposals for the 2016/17 National Tariff Payment System, this webinar will tell you about the work that Monitor and NHS England have undertaken so far, and what the next steps are.

    Following the webinar, you will have a greater understanding and clarity around the work packages highlighted in our earlier blog "The national tariff: strengthening transparency and rigour" and how these are being developed over the course of this year.

    You’ll hear how and when you will be able to comment on the proposals, but please note that we are not collecting feedback at this stage.
  • Using patient choice: practical learning from AQP in adult hearing loss Using patient choice: practical learning from AQP in adult hearing loss Julie Wood, Director, NHS Clinical Commissioners and David Furness, Competition Adviser Recorded: May 19 2015 62 mins
    Monitor recently published a report examining how choice has been working for patients with hearing loss - and how it could work better.

    This webinar, in partnership with NHS Clinical Commissioners, will provide a summary of the key findings of the report, and will discuss the benefits and challenges of implementing choice in community-based services.

    Chaired by Julie Wood, Director of NHS Clinical Commissioners, we will share experiences of those who have seen benefits through the AQP scheme and how barriers were overcome.

    Aimed at clinical commissioning groups and commissioning support units, the webinar will be a valuable resource of information for you to help shape decision-making around using patient choice and ensuring you gain maximum benefit for patients.
  • Clinical review of the 2016/17 draft national tariff price relativities Clinical review of the 2016/17 draft national tariff price relativities Chris Skilbeck Recorded: Mar 26 2015 57 mins
    Each year Monitor and NHS England seek to have their draft tariff reviewed by clinical experts. The purpose of the review is to examine the relationships between the prices in the tariff and ensure that the differences are correct and proportional. This webinar will explain the process of the clinical review of the 2016/17 draft national tariff price relativities. Viewers will be shown the documents involved, how feedback is to be recorded and what information exists to support the review.

    This webinar is targeted at members of the HSCIC National Casemix Office Expert Working Groups and other clinical experts who are undertaking the review.

    There will also be an opportunity for viewers to post questions to the presenters.
  • Aligning strategies across local care economies Aligning strategies across local care economies Rachel Burnham and Charlotte Goldman Recorded: Feb 11 2015 36 mins
    Monitor’s Strategy & Policy team invite you to join a one-hour webinar which will provide an overview of the recently launched strategy development toolkit.

    This will be an exploratory session designed to test the toolkit’s potential as a method for developing strategies both at organisational level and aligning them across local care economies.

    Developing a robust strategy is vital for everyone in either overcoming identified challenges or maximising opportunities, and will no doubt be of interest to those seeking to transform the way they and partners commission and deliver care to meet user needs, for example, implementing approaches to delivering integrated care.
  • Integrated care licence condition guidance Integrated care licence condition guidance Rosanna Bate and Nicola Meheran Recorded: Feb 10 2015 35 mins
    Join this webinar to learn more about the proposed guidance for the integrated care licence condition.It will specifically focus on the proposed principles for providers to deliver care in an integrated way and the proposed behaviours or actions that might go against the interests of patients and service users.

    There will also be the opportunity to ask questions and give examples of how any of the issues discussed may impact on you and your organisation.

    This webinar is aimed at strategy, operational and transformation directors/managers from NHS foundations trusts, NHS trusts and licensed independent providers of NHS services. Commissioning director/managers, service redesign leads from CCGs, CSUs and NHSE specialist/commissioners and third parties who are involved in work around integrated care.
  • Urgent and emergency care: management of acute frailty Urgent and emergency care: management of acute frailty David Oliver, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Recorded: Dec 5 2014 58 mins
    The fifth webinar will hear from David Oliver on the development of effective care pathways for vulnerable older people.

    David will be known to many as a former National Clinical Director for Older People; he is currently practising at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and is a visiting fellow at the Kings Fund.

    The webinar will focus on the components of a successful pathway and examples of good practice, such as supporting independence, crisis care close to home, discharge planning and post-discharge support, all as part of an integrated approach.
  • Costing direction of travel and PLICS 2013/14 collection feedback Costing direction of travel and PLICS 2013/14 collection feedback Glen Pearson, Costing and Outcomes Lead, Monitor Recorded: Dec 2 2014 88 mins
    The webinar will describe the direction of travel and context of its development over the last year, and will also give early findings from the PLICS 2013/14 data collection.

    Glen Pearson, Costing and Outcomes Lead, Monitor and Ahmad Saleem Ullah, Costing Manager will look at this years data validation process and discuss early messages that are coming out of this, as well as giving an update on the PLICS and MAQS benchmarking tool.

    The webinar is aimed at commissioner and provider, finance and commissioning staff, as well as medical, nursing and clinical leads, operational directors and managers, including GPs. There will be an opportunity to submit questions on any of the policies within the document.
  • Urgent and emergency care: admissions avoidance Urgent and emergency care: admissions avoidance Dr James Greenwood, GP, Larwood Surgery Recorded: Nov 20 2014 57 mins
    Addressing the problems of increasing patient demand combined with inappropriate use of services, the GPs at Larwood Surgery, Worksop, created an innovative service called the Larwood Urgent Care Service (LUCS).

    During the fourth webinar in the series Dr James Greenwood, GP, Larwood Surgery will explain the service and demonstrate the impact it has had in terms of benefits to patients, how it helps manage GP workload, and how it can contribute to reduced attendances/admissions at the emergency department in the health economy.

    The topic will be of interest to those tasked with finding demand management solutions, either commissioners, or providers in primary care or secondary care..
  • Urgent and emergency care: new discharge pathways Urgent and emergency care: new discharge pathways Presenters listed below. Recorded: Nov 5 2014 60 mins
    The presenters will be Jane Ives, Director of Operations, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust; Wendy Lane, Senior Partner Transformation & Innovation, Arden Commissioning Support; and Zoe Bogg - Strategic Commissioning Service Manager, Integration Older People, Warwickshire County Council.

    This webinar looks at how the Warwickshire health and social care system has redesigned discharge pathways to ensure that no decisions about on-going care needs for patients are taken in an acute hospital setting. This new pathway has demonstrated benefits to patients, providers and commissioners, and is enabling the health and social care economy to manage the challenges of an increasingly frail population and reduced funding. The Warwickshire ‘discharge to assess’ model is proving extremely popular with colleagues across the sector.

    It will be useful for clinicians, operational directors/managers within acute, primary care, and community health providers and commissioners of NHS health services within CCGs, CSUs, NHS England and local authorities.
  • Using choice and competition for the benefit of patients Using choice and competition for the benefit of patients Chair: Julie Wood, Director, NHS Clinical Commissioners. Recorded: Oct 21 2014 58 mins
    This is a webinar for clinical and management leads of CCGs and is being chaired by Julie Wood, Director, NHS Clinical Commissioners.

    NHSCC in partnership with Monitor are holding this webinar to offer further clarity on the choice and competition regulations.

    It will highlight how commissioners can use the regulations as enablers of commissioning strategies and transformation plans locally. Using scenarios and case studies to help them think of their own situation and what they need to be asking themselves and others to help make quicker and bigger changes for the benefit of patients.

    Aimed at
    •GP chairs
    •Clinical commissioning leads
    •Nursing directors
    •Chief officers
    •Finance directors
    •Commissioning Directors
    •Service re-design leads