Effective population health management is a central aim of Integrated Care Systems. In this inside track session, you learn from a £10 million programme transforming long-term conditions using Learning health system. Explore how social need markers are recorded in routinely collected healthcare data and insight into initiatives that are tackling fuel poverty to identify individuals in increased need of help. Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust share their results from streamlining surgical pathways and tackling waiting lists with an innovative digital population health dashboard.
national director, CFHealthHub Learning Health system, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
Martin Wildman is a pulmonologist trained in Public Health & Health care evaluation at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Martin is National Director of CFHealthHub Learning Health system a long term condition exemplar that has secured £10 million in investment and delivers habit formation medicines optimisation & health technology assessment.
Dr Caroline Pritchard
consultant anesthetist and perioperative service clinical lead, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS FT
In BHT we have recently developed, tested and deployed Population Health Dashboards to help us streamline our perioperative pathway both clinically and operationally. This has attracted collaboration from our community colleagues, as well as offering a vision to standardize the surgical pathway across the ICS with the potential for more widespread efficiencies.
Prof Rowan Pritchard Jones
executive medical director, Cheshire and Merseyside ICS
Professor Rowan Pritchard Jones is Executive Medical Director to the C&M ICS and is committed to system wide improvements for patients and is determined to break down the silos of working that have been a barrier to truly joined up healthcare across social, primary, secondary and tertiary care.
Rowan is also a Consultant Plastic Reconstructive Surgeon and an Honorary Clinical Professor at both University of Liverpool and Edge Hill University, with an academic interest in skin cancer and chemo resistance as well as population health.
community nurse, Cheshire and Merseyside ICS
Most of her career has been dedicated to Respiratory Medicine including the setup of the Ashton Wigan & Leigh Community COPD service 2005/6, contract negotiation and service development for Knowsley Community COPD Service in 2007 and Lastly St Helens Community COPD service in 2011 including the development of the Warm Home for Lungs project.
Caroline Pritchard, Diane Green, Rowan Pritchard Jones