Population health management sees organisations and systems using data to better understand population risk and behaviours to improve and tailor care to patients. Understanding and using population health management approaches can support Integrated Care Systems in improving health equality for everyone.
This programme has been developed to support analysts and other health and care professionals working in population health to build their knowledge and skills within this area. Population health management (PHM) is central to the development of and is a new focus of analytical work for analysts working across these partnerships. Population health management (PHM) is an approach that uses data to help health and care systems to improve population health and wellbeing.
Hein is a GP Partner at Churchdown Practice in Gloucester and has recently taken up a role as Deputy Medical Director for NHS England South West as well as being the One Gloucestershire ICS Quality Improvement Clinical Lead.
Case studies and resources to support Integrated Care Systems and organisations develop their approach.
How applying improvement methods to working with populations could help close equity gaps.
This report brings together population health management stories from across England – led by clinical commissioners – to demonstrate the progress that has already been made in advancing this approach to healthcare, and what more can be done.