National Planned Care Summit 2021

Held on 04 November 2021 as a partnership between the Planned Care Programme (Welsh Government), Bevan Commission and Royal College of Surgeons England.


Watch Planned Care Reset by Eluned Morgan, Minister for Health and Social Services

Agenda for the day

09:00 – 09:15 – Chair’s Welcome and Introductions by Professor Hamish Laing, School of Management, Swansea University

09:15 -09:40 – Where are we now : The scale of the planned care challenge by Jeremy Griffith, Director – NHS Wales Delivery Unit (watch the video)


09:40 – 10:05 – Royal College of Surgeons England: The waiting time challenge in Northern Ireland by Mr Mark Taylor, Northern Ireland Director of the Royal College of Surgeons England (watch the video)


10:05 – 10:30 – Bevan Commission: Doing Things Differently: Rethinking services to be fit for the future by Helen Howson,
Director of the Bevan Commission (watch the video)

Morning workshops: Planning and Recovery: how can we shape  future planned care services. Six workshops were held in the morning on the following topics:

  • How should we undertake clinical validation and prioritisation of surgical waiting lists (presentation)
  • Making surgical hubs a reality
  • Doing things differently: developing sustainable services in communities
  • Transforming Thinking and Practice to Tackle the Backlog (presentation)
  • How we support people while they wait
  • Delivering the National Clinical Framework (NCF) (infographics and presentation)

12:30-13:00 Planned Care Reset by Eluned Morgan, Minister for Health and Social Services (watch the video)


13:00-13:30 – How we will support the NHS on this journey by Judith Paget, Chief Executive of the NHS in Wales and Director General for Health and Social Services (watch the video)


13:30 – 14:30 – Panel discussion and morning feedback session (watch the video) with:

  • Eluned Morgan, Minister for Health and Social Services
  • Judith Paget, Chief Executive of the NHS in Wales and Director General for Health and Social Services
  • Professor Chris Jones, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Wales
  • Helen Howson, Director of the Bevan Commission
  • Susan Hill, Royal College of Surgeons England – Director for Wales

Afternoon workshops: Engaging with the planned care programme. Five workshops were held in the afternoon focussed on five goals:
Goal 1: Effective referral
Goal 2: Advice and guidance (presentation)
Goal 3: Treat accordingly (presentation)
Goal 4: Follow up prudently (presentation 1, presentation 2, presentation 3)
Goal 5: Measure what’s important

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Please note that in the invitation to the event, we asked delegates for their language preference. On this occasion fewer than 10% of attendees noted Welsh as a language preference.  In order to prioritise resources, all the resources here are presented in English and the event was also run in English.