Effective population health management is a central aim of Integrated Care Systems. In this inside track session over the course of three population health case studies you learn how NHS organisations are delivering preventative care for citizens at risk of developing chronic conditions; better supporting patients manage long-term conditions and using data to identify vulnerable patients. Gain insight into using remote motoring at scale to provide better outcomes and reduce waiting lists.
programme lead, population health management, NHS Surrey Heartlands ICS
James has led the Population Health Management programme in Surrey Heartlands since 2022. He joined the NHS from the MoD in 2020, bringing with him over 20 years’ experience in leading operational teams and integrated planning.
Since then, he has worked on Population Health, the Covid vaccination programme and in his previous role managed two Primary Care Networks. He is passionate about developing a shared purpose and bridging the gap with colleagues across the local health and care partnership.
telehealth head of service, Mersey Care NHS FT
Involved in telehealth within Cheshire and Merseyside since 2014, Peter supported the establishment of their telehealth clinical hub. Peter oversaw the growth from monitoring 86 patients to over 2,000 per day. He helped re-shape the hub to support short-term COVID monitoring, which paved the way for remotely monitored virtual wards.
Dr Rosie Kaur
CCIO and deputy chief medical director, Mersey Care NHS FT
Dr Rosie Kaur is a GP, Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Interim Clinical Chief Information Officer for Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust with a keen interest in utilising digital technology to transform care.
She is also the Clinical Lead for Remote Monitoring within Cheshire and Merseyside and has been integral in scaling the use of Telehealth systems across the region specifically leading on the implementation of technology enhanced Virtual Wards for COVID, Respiratory and Heart Failure patients.
She is passionate about using data to help inform care provision and has linked the CIPHA population health management tool used in Cheshire and Merseyside to transform care delivery models
director of transformation and digital, NHS Frimley ICB
James Palmer, Peter Almond, Rosie Kaur, Sharon Boundy