CCGs, New Model Constitution & ICS: What lay members need to know?

GGI is pleased to announce a further event as part of our Festival of Governance specifically for CCG lay members.

In the current climate when the commissioning landscape is changing so quickly, we know that it is especially difficult for CCG lay members to keep abreast of what they really need to know in order to support their CCGs to make ambitious changes safely. 

We are delighted to have put together a programme of expert speakers who will support you through this. The afternoon will include short presentations from a number of perspectives and a panel Q&A session. We will complete the afternoon with an informal networking session where you will be able to meet with other lay members and our speakers. 

 

AGENDA

1:30pm       Registration

2:00pm       The new model constitution for CCGs - what CCG lay members need to know?

                   Nicola King, Director, thiNKnow

2:15pm       A policy perspective on Integrated Care Systems and the future

                   Taryn Harding, Deputy Head - Commissioning Policy Unit, NHS England

2:30pm       A legal perspective on Integrated Care Systems

                   Gerard Hanratty, Partner, BrowneJacobson

2:45pm       Good governance in the changing CCG landscape - a guide for lay members

                   Andrew Corbett-Nolan, Chief Executive, Good Governance Institute

3:00pm       Practicalities of Integrated Care Systems and strategic commissioning arrangements (tbc)

3:15pm       Summary Session

The event is free to attend for CCG lay members. Places must be reserved in advance via online registration.

When
16th October, 2018 1:30 PM
Location
Browne Jacobson Offices
14th Floor, No. 1 Spinningfields
1 Hardman Square
Manchester, M3 3EB
United Kingdom

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