The King’s Fund are holding a one day conference to look at how the health and care system can make the best possible use of community health services to meet the changing needs of the population. Among the speakers and panel members is Mike Bell, Chair, Croydon Health Services NHS Trust.
The Diabetes Professional Care conference 2017, Commissioning For Better Diabetes Care runs over two days with sessions including speakers from London will focus on helping commissioners and other senior decision makers improve patient outcomes and tackle key issues in diabetes care.
Joining up health care services and residential care is key to meeting the complex needs of people living in care homes better. Although there is growing evidence about what can be done to integrate care homes with health services, care and support, how to do it in practice is often difficult.
This conference draws on lessons from the six vanguards for enhanced health in care homes, and other local examples of good practice, to enable others to learn from initiatives that have worked particularly well and can be replicated across the country. It will provide practical information for care home providers, health care providers, and commissioners who are thinking through how to join up health care services and residential care locally. Book here.