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MiP Birminghan 2013 – presentation slides

20 November 2013

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr Mike Bewick, Medical Director, NHS England North, and Deputy Medical Director (Primary Care ),NHS England

Stream 1

  1. Protecting your business in challenging times
    Graham Leyfield, Group Locum Account Manager
  2. Successfully delivering a better service within budget
    Neil Garton, Head of Healthcare, Business and Commercial Banking, NatWest
  3. Productive general practice: One year on
    Simon Bricknell, Senior Manager, Healthcare
  4. The 2013-14 funding settlement for CCGs and its impact on practice budgets
    Noel Plumridge, Finance Columnist
  5. Tools and techniques for efficient practice management
    Junaid Bajwa, Co-Author,Handbook for Practice Management


Stream 2

  1. Maximising the benefits of integrated care: Saving time and improving the patient journey
    Paula Turnock, Regional Director West Midlands and Wales, EMIS
    Cheryl Perry, Programme Manager, Well Connected 
  2. How we solved the patient demand problem, for good
    Harry Longman, Chief Executive, Patient Access
  3. Panel Discussion: Practice managers in clinical commissioning
    Dr Muhammad Ali, GP, Clinical Director, ONWL Integrated Care Project
    Andrew McHugh
    , Medical Practice Director, Horsefair Surgery, Practice Manager Representative, Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
    Dr Peter Patel
    ,Partner, Development Director,  Grange Hill Surgery, Chair, South Birmingham Commissioners Local Network, Executive Member, NAPC
    Ombarish Banerjee
    , GP Principal, Lakeside Health Centre, Clinical Lead, Bexley CCG
    Dr Ricky Gondhia
    , GP Partner, Lakeside Medical Practice, Clinical Pathways Lead, Bexley CCG
  4. How can marketing work for general practice: Practical do’s and don’ts
    Dr Peter Swinyard, National Chairman, Family Doctor Association


Stream 3

  1. Successfully improving the patient experience
    Carolyn Matthews, Practice Manager, Oxgate Gardens Surgery
  2. QOF 2013: What are the sticking points and the common confusions
    Dr Simon Clay,Senior Partner and QOF Lead, Poplars Surgery Birmingham
  3. Facilitating practices working together
    Dr Jack Nagle, CEO, Alpha Primary Care, Project Director, Harness CQC and Patient Access Projects