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Integrated Care Solutions© Webinar Series

21
Mar

Integrated Care Solutions© is a service that helps support IFIC’s international clients in the effective design and adoption of their integrated care programmes. We achieve this by bringing together the benefits of IFIC’s own content experts with our growing global network of members, associates and knowledge partners. By working with our clients to understand their aspirations for integrated care in their own context, Integrated Care Solutions© provides tailored support that help to advance strategic thinking and translating that into implementation, enabling sustainable service transformation at local, regional and national levels.

Integrated Care Solutions© provides customised services that combine research, best practice and expertise to design and support the effective and sustainable implementation of integrated care.

Monday, 30 April 12:00pm – 13:00pm

This webinar draws on the latest research evidence regarding the successful adoption of integrated care programmes and introduces the Implementation Model for Integrated Care. The webinar describes nine core components of an implementation strategy for taking forward integrated care. It also makes a distinction between the ‘technical’ components in implementing these nine steps, and the necessary ‘relational’ tasks required to build support for change and enable collaborations and partnerships to flourish in practice. Issues of leadership and management are also discussed.

Chair:

Andrew Terris,
Senior Associate,
International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

Andrew has held a number of national and strategic roles in in the areas of health process, information and measurement.
He led the national primary care quality and information programme for New Zealand (including its conversion to a national not-for-profit company). Andrew was the programme manager for the New Zealand national integrated health measurement framework (now called System Level Measures).
He has worked across mental health, primary care, community and secondary care settings mainly in change programmes to introduce better integration, information systems and process.
Prior to his 15 years in health, he has worked in a number of industries and countries and has a background in consulting, process improvement and programme leadership.
He has experience in creating start-ups (consulting and software), CEO and Board level experience in both large and small organisations.
He now resides in Europe and works across the UK and EU countries.

Speaker:

Dr Nick Goodwin,
Co-Founder and CEO,
International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

Nick was the co-Founder of IFIC in October 2011 and became its first Chief Executive Officer in March 2013. Nick is also the Editor-in-Chief of IFIC’s open-access and impact rated scientific periodical the International Journal of Integrated Care.
Nick holds a range of research, educational and consultation roles worldwide. These international commitments include several European R&D projects such as the EU FP7 Project INTEGRATE, the Horizon 2020 project SUSTAIN and the ICT-PSP projects SMARTCARE, BEYOND SILOS, and CAREWELL. Nick is an active member of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing B3 Action Group on Integrated Care.
Nick has also been working with the World Health Organisation to support the development of its Global Strategy on People-Centred Integrated Health Services and is on the Expert Advisory Team to WHO Regional Office for Europe’s Framework for Action Towards Coordinated/Integrated Health Services Delivery (CIHSD) leading work related to change management and adoption of integrated care in policy and practice.
Over the past year, Nick has also worked as an international consultant to the Agency for Integrated Care, Singapore; the Pan American Health Organisation, Washington; the WHO’s Western Pacific Regional Office; and to NHS England’s Better Care Fund Support Programme.
In previous roles, Nick worked as a Senior Fellow at the King’s Fund (2007-2013) leading key work on integrated health and social care as well as a two-year Inquiry into the quality of care in English general practice. Nick has also worked as a Senior Lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2003-2007) where he directed MSc and DrPH courses and worked as a lead academic for the National Institute for Health Research commissioning key studies into the service delivery and organisation of health care.
In January 2016, Nick received the Avedis Donabedian International Award for his contribution to Healthcare Excellence and Integrated Health and Social Care.

Tuesday, 1 May 08:00am – 09:00am 

This webinar draws on the latest research evidence regarding the successful adoption of integrated care programmes and introduces the Implementation Model for Integrated Care. The webinar describes nine core components of an implementation strategy for taking forward integrated care. It also makes a distinction between the ‘technical’ components in implementing these nine steps, and the necessary ‘relational’ tasks required to build support for change and enable collaborations and partnerships to flourish in practice. Issues of leadership and management are also discussed.

Chair:

Andrew Terris,
Senior Associate,
International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

Andrew has held a number of national and strategic roles in in the areas of health process, information and measurement.
He led the national primary care quality and information programme for New Zealand (including its conversion to a national not-for-profit company). Andrew was the programme manager for the New Zealand national integrated health measurement framework (now called System Level Measures).
He has worked across mental health, primary care, community and secondary care settings mainly in change programmes to introduce better integration, information systems and process.
Prior to his 15 years in health, he has worked in a number of industries and countries and has a background in consulting, process improvement and programme leadership.
He has experience in creating start-ups (consulting and software), CEO and Board level experience in both large and small organisations.
He now resides in Europe and works across the UK and EU countries.

Speaker:

Dr Nick Goodwin,
Co-Founder and CEO,
International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

Nick was the co-Founder of IFIC in October 2011 and became its first Chief Executive Officer in March 2013. Nick is also the Editor-in-Chief of IFIC’s open-access and impact rated scientific periodical the International Journal of Integrated Care.
Nick holds a range of research, educational and consultation roles worldwide. These international commitments include several European R&D projects such as the EU FP7 Project INTEGRATE, the Horizon 2020 project SUSTAIN and the ICT-PSP projects SMARTCARE, BEYOND SILOS, and CAREWELL. Nick is an active member of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing B3 Action Group on Integrated Care.
Nick has also been working with the World Health Organisation to support the development of its Global Strategy on People-Centred Integrated Health Services and is on the Expert Advisory Team to WHO Regional Office for Europe’s Framework for Action Towards Coordinated/Integrated Health Services Delivery (CIHSD) leading work related to change management and adoption of integrated care in policy and practice.
Over the past year, Nick has also worked as an international consultant to the Agency for Integrated Care, Singapore; the Pan American Health Organisation, Washington; the WHO’s Western Pacific Regional Office; and to NHS England’s Better Care Fund Support Programme.
In previous roles, Nick worked as a Senior Fellow at the King’s Fund (2007-2013) leading key work on integrated health and social care as well as a two-year Inquiry into the quality of care in English general practice. Nick has also worked as a Senior Lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2003-2007) where he directed MSc and DrPH courses and worked as a lead academic for the National Institute for Health Research commissioning key studies into the service delivery and organisation of health care.
In January 2016, Nick received the Avedis Donabedian International Award for his contribution to Healthcare Excellence and Integrated Health and Social Care.

Facilitated by:

Viktoria-Stein

Dr Viktoria Stein

Dr. Viktoria Stein is Director of Education at the Integrated Care Academy© at the International Foundation for Integrated Care and is responsible for delivering the Foundation's education and training programmes.

 

 

 

 

Nick Goodwin

Nick Goodwin is is the Founder and CEO of the Foundation. Nick holds a range of research,educational and consultation roles worldwide and works as an expert advisor to a number of national governments and international organisations.

Andrew Terris

Andrew Terris is Senior Associate for the Foundation. He has held a number of international and national strategic roles in Europe and New Zealand in the areas of health process, information and measurement.