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Aug 2, 2020

What is population health management, and can it really make a difference? Does it really offer a holistic solution to meeting health needs, supporting better integrated care and relieving day to day pressure on practices and networks? Dr Dan Alton is a GP at the Wargrave Surgery in Berkshire and the Population Health Management (PHM) clinical lead for West Berkshire CCG. In addition, he is an NHS England PHM Champion and has a wealth of experience in applying the PHM principles and is on our sofa this week to shine a light on all things PHM; what it is, how it can be applied at scale yet tailored locally, the lessons he has learned and most importantly, how to realise the benefits.

Introductions (32 secs)

What is Population Health Management (PHM)? (1 min 4 secs)

Joining up data with local knowledge (1 min 25 secs)

Embedding proactive integrated care which meets individual and whole community health needs (2 mins 53 secs)

Dan explains how he became involved in PHM (4 mins)

Finding from the national NHS England wave 1 PHM Development Programme in Berkshire West (5 mins 28 secs)

Resulting interventions (7 mins 16 secs)

The conclusions (8 mins 17 secs)

What were the datasets that led to those interventions and how were they identified? (8 mins 41 secs)

How data can be used effectively regardless of its complexity (9 mins 45 secs)

10% PHM data 90% cultural change (10 mins 21 secs)

How do you convert data into patient conversations? (11 mins 51 secs)

Positive, measurable outcomes as a result of a PHM approach (13 mins 32 secs)

Applying PHM principles in response to Covid (14 mins 38 secs)

Accelerating the process to identify areas of need during the pandemic (17 mins 4 secs)

Can PHM support the development of the PCN? (18 mins 49 secs)

Access to further information and PHM resources (20 mins 16 secs)

 

The NHSE/I PHM Academy website contains a wealth of resources, contacts and materials to support practices and PCNs in engaging with the PHM agenda

The NHS England Population Health Management Development website is here

If you want to hear more from Dan, he will be speaking at the Best Practice Show which is taking place in October and is free for all healthcare professionals to attend – you can reserve your place here

 

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