Join us on the 14th May in Manchester where we will distill the NHS Long Term Plan and explore how data helps community based collaborative primary healthcare initiatives.
This event aims to help you understand the impact of the Next Steps on the Long Term Plan on Community Pharmacy, and where the opportunities are for businesses that adapt and embrace these changes. Real World Analytics have gathered industry experts who will explain this.
When? 09.30-13.00 followed by lunch and networking
Who should attend? This is exclusively for support office teams of pharmacy groups
SPEAKERS ON THE DAY:
- Aneet Kapoor, Chair, Greater Manchester LPC
Aneet will share his pharmacy experiences and his own unique view in providing locally commissioned services. Locally commissioned services can be a challenge, especially for groups of pharmacies in different geographies. But the perception that it is too difficult or not worth it are dispelled with the evidence that Aneet will provide. He will spell out the value to getting engaged now and how this will help in the years to come. It is time to act now.
- Rob Darracott, Editor, P3pharmacy Magazine
Rob is best known as the CEO of Pharmacy Voice. He has deep public policy experience, with skills in dealing with complex concepts and developing strategic responses, including both detail and thought leadership/vision work. He is uniquely positioned to give a view on the Long Term Plan and where community pharmacy fits in.
- Craig Amer, Team Manager, NHS Business Services Authority
Craig is a team manager in Primary Care Services, part of the NHSBSA, with skills including management and leadership development. Craig has been part of the EPS engagement stream of work within prescriptions over the last 4 years. Working with both CCG’s and LPC’s, Craig has worked as part of a team to increase EPS utilisation over this time period. His presentation will outline how pharmacies can ensure that they are paid correctly, per the drug tariff, when using the Electronic Prescription Service.
- Conall Lavery, CEO, Real World Analytics
RWA is the leading provider of data based products to UK pharmacy with over 800 pharmacies trusting its data. NHS Digital’s policy is “to empower the health and care system to be intelligent in the way it uses data and information to drive improvements in health and care”. In no other area is data likely to play a more significant role. RWA will show how data solutions can tie collaborate working and services together.