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This workshop will support managers and professionals to understand the issues involved in implementing integrated care systems effectively.

Enabling integrated care systems is a long-term and complex task. The process of implementation requires decision-makers to take action at a number of different levels to ensure that the key building blocks for integrated care are put in place. Moreover, the complexity of integrated care implementation implies pro-active management support to enable transformational change. Until now, there has been little guidance produced that might help to understand the processes that are necessary to support this to happen. This half-day workshop draws on the latest research evidence regarding the successful adoption of integrated care programmes and introduces an Implementation Model for Integrated Care. Using international case examples, and drawing on the delegates’ own experiences, the workshop will seek to describe the nine core components of an implementation strategy for taking forward integrated care and the accompanying tools through which to do so at both the local and regional level.

Delegates attending the workshop will:

• Understand the core steps necessary to support the implementation of integrated care;
• Be aware of a range of tools that may be used to support the successful implementation of these steps and understand how the implementation of integrated care programs needs to be phased;
• Examine how to create a self-assessment guide for implementation effectiveness, benchmarked against international best practice;
• Recognise the importance of leadership and managerial techniques, particularly in building support for change through a guiding coalition of key stakeholders with the ability to integrate care forward;
• Appreciate that success in implementation must be specifically tailored to the local context of adoption, especially the varying social and cultural aspects of where integrated care is implemented.

Who is speaking?

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

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.

Dr Viktoria Stein, Director for Education and Training, International Foundation for Integrated Care

Dr. Viktoria Stein joined the International Foundation for Integrated Care in September 2015 as Senior Fellow in Integrated Care and Head of the Integrated Care Academy©. As such, she is responsible for the development of IFIC’s Education and Training programme, which provides a range of courses and tools to support knowledge transfer, skills development and technical know-how.

Among the portfolio is the International Summer School on Integrated Care, webinar series and content provision for Master’s programmes around the world. The courses are relevant for students, researches and professionals alike and are adapted to the needs of partners, such as universities or local health boards, on demand.

Viktoria holds a PhD in health economics and in her work focuses on health systems and their organization, specifically how to design contextualized integrated models of care and how to manage the change process towards such models. She previously worked with the WHO Regional Office for Europe coordinating the development of the Framework for Action on Coordinated/Integrated Health Services Delivery, and supporting WHO Member States in reforming their health systems to better address the challenges of providing services for ageing populations and people with multi-morbidities.

Prior to joining WHO, she was a research assistant at the Medical University of Vienna, working on the development of Austrian national priorities regarding integrated care and a national integrated care programme for dementia patients and their caregivers, among other things. In 2009, she was the Scientific Programme Coordinator and Organiser of the 9th International Conference on Integrated Care in Vienna. Throughout her career, Viktoria had a strong interest and focus on education and training, teaching students and professionals around the world, as well as developing her own course programmes. Viktoria was a founding member of the Board of IFIC and is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Integrated Care. Moreover, she is the founding president of the Young Researchers in Health Network (YRIHN), which will be further developed under the auspices of IFIC.

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.

About Integrated Care Solutions©

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.

For more information visit www.integratedcarefoundation.org/solutions

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