2019 Commissioning Innovation Showcase

HNECC Primary Health Network had the privilege of co-hosting the 2019 Commissioning Innovation Showcase in Newcastle on Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th August, 2019, in partnership with eight other NSW PHNs. In its third year, the Showcase is a unique event designed to support commissioning capability for PHNs across the country.

Around 100 participants from 23 of the country’s PHNs attended to learn from their colleagues and key national and international speakers; and to network and share the successes and challenges of working in a commissioning environment.

The Commissioning Showcase provides PHNs with an opportunity to learn about national and international trends in commissioning and to adopt best practice in primary care commissioning to improve health outcomes. Click here for more information about our Commissioning process and the health care providers we fund.


SHOWCASE PRESENTATIONS
The presentations delivered during the Commissioning Showcase have been added to this site. Simply click on the presentation from the adjacent list to download and view it.



Checkout the highlights and interviews from the 2019 PHN Commissioning Innovation Showcase on this video.


EVENT ORGANISERS

The 2019 PHN Commissioning Showcase was co-hosted by eight PHNs from NSW and supported by Rebbeck Consulting.
EVENT FEEDBACK
100% of participants would recommend the event to a colleague and here is some of the feedback we received about the event:

‘Extraordinary insights’

‘The keynote presenters were excellent and also networking.’

‘The NHS experience, the fabulous sharing, the amazing people I got to meet.’

‘The overall diversity was excellent. Having Aboriginal presenters and cultural content was outstanding.’

‘Broad range of practical examples, Local to national approaches. NHS NECS presentations on more matured commissioning experience.’


‘Well structured agenda, covering the all the burning topics that PHNs really need to hear about.’

‘Broad and good content and opportunity for panel response to questions from the floor.’


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
This year the focus was on Outcomes Based Commissioning, Evaluation, Health Intelligence and System Leadership and Co-design and our keynote speakers delivered insightful and thought provoking presentations.

Our keynote speakers were:

Stephen Childs – Managing Director, NHS North of England Commissioning Support Unit (NECS)

Stephen has had a career in the health industry spanning decades and has led a number of health and social care organisations. He is currently Managing Director of one of England’s leading Commissioning Support Units employing over 1400 experienced conditioners. In this role he has been instrumental in the turnaround of a failing health system in Cumbria turning this integrated care system into one of the most prominent and leading ICS in the NHS.

www.necsu.nhs.uk


Alison Verhoeven – Chief Executive, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association

Ms Verhoeven has broad experience in health, education, corporate governance and communications. She has worked in both but the private and public sector is in Australia and the Asia Pacific region and Europe

https://ahha.asn.au/


Evie Cuthbertson – Evaluation Lead, Grosvenor Performance Group

Evie Is a seasoned evaluation consultant with over 20 years of experience in designing and delivering a range of evaluation projects which have related right across the program cycle and varied from fast formative reviews to complex multi-year evaluations. She has worked with a diverse mix of clients and sectors including federal and state departments and agencies as well as not for profits.

www.grosvenor.com.au


Jay Rebbeck – Managing Director, Rebbeck Consulting

Jay is an international commissioning thought-leader with extensive experience and insights advising on primary healthcare commissioning reforms in both the United Kingdom and Australia. He is the Managing Director of Rebbeck Consulting, a healthcare consultancy focused on primary health commissioning and whole health system reform.

www.rebbeckconsulting.com


HNECC Primary Health Network had the privilege of co-hosting the 2019 Commissioning Innovation Showcase in Newcastle on Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th August, 2019, in partnership with eight other NSW PHNs. In its third year, the Showcase is a unique event designed to support commissioning capability for PHNs across the country.

Around 100 participants from 23 of the country’s PHNs attended to learn from their colleagues and key national and international speakers; and to network and share the successes and challenges of working in a commissioning environment.

The Commissioning Showcase provides PHNs with an opportunity to learn about national and international trends in commissioning and to adopt best practice in primary care commissioning to improve health outcomes. Click here for more information about our Commissioning process and the health care providers we fund.


SHOWCASE PRESENTATIONS
The presentations delivered during the Commissioning Showcase have been added to this site. Simply click on the presentation from the adjacent list to download and view it.



Checkout the highlights and interviews from the 2019 PHN Commissioning Innovation Showcase on this video.


EVENT ORGANISERS

The 2019 PHN Commissioning Showcase was co-hosted by eight PHNs from NSW and supported by Rebbeck Consulting.
EVENT FEEDBACK
100% of participants would recommend the event to a colleague and here is some of the feedback we received about the event:

‘Extraordinary insights’

‘The keynote presenters were excellent and also networking.’

‘The NHS experience, the fabulous sharing, the amazing people I got to meet.’

‘The overall diversity was excellent. Having Aboriginal presenters and cultural content was outstanding.’

‘Broad range of practical examples, Local to national approaches. NHS NECS presentations on more matured commissioning experience.’


‘Well structured agenda, covering the all the burning topics that PHNs really need to hear about.’

‘Broad and good content and opportunity for panel response to questions from the floor.’


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
This year the focus was on Outcomes Based Commissioning, Evaluation, Health Intelligence and System Leadership and Co-design and our keynote speakers delivered insightful and thought provoking presentations.

Our keynote speakers were:

Stephen Childs – Managing Director, NHS North of England Commissioning Support Unit (NECS)

Stephen has had a career in the health industry spanning decades and has led a number of health and social care organisations. He is currently Managing Director of one of England’s leading Commissioning Support Units employing over 1400 experienced conditioners. In this role he has been instrumental in the turnaround of a failing health system in Cumbria turning this integrated care system into one of the most prominent and leading ICS in the NHS.

www.necsu.nhs.uk


Alison Verhoeven – Chief Executive, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association

Ms Verhoeven has broad experience in health, education, corporate governance and communications. She has worked in both but the private and public sector is in Australia and the Asia Pacific region and Europe

https://ahha.asn.au/


Evie Cuthbertson – Evaluation Lead, Grosvenor Performance Group

Evie Is a seasoned evaluation consultant with over 20 years of experience in designing and delivering a range of evaluation projects which have related right across the program cycle and varied from fast formative reviews to complex multi-year evaluations. She has worked with a diverse mix of clients and sectors including federal and state departments and agencies as well as not for profits.

www.grosvenor.com.au


Jay Rebbeck – Managing Director, Rebbeck Consulting

Jay is an international commissioning thought-leader with extensive experience and insights advising on primary healthcare commissioning reforms in both the United Kingdom and Australia. He is the Managing Director of Rebbeck Consulting, a healthcare consultancy focused on primary health commissioning and whole health system reform.

www.rebbeckconsulting.com