Population Health Leaders Symposium
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NHS Improvement & NHS England (Midlands) is supporting Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships in the region to become Integrated Care Systems. Adopting a population health management approach is an important part of this transition, building on existing local work.
A programme of support on population health management has therefore been commissioned, initially to cover eight1 of the STPs in the Midlands.
The support is being provided by a multi-disciplinary partnership led by the Strategy Unit and including the Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare, Dartmouth Institute, The Centre for Health and Social Care Leadership (University of Birmingham), Milliman and others.
One prominent component of the support is the creation of a ‘Population Health Management Academy’. Through this Academy, STPs in the region will have access to world-leading expertise. In particular a core team from each STP will work on a PHM project through the Academy Programme, to develop their PHM approaches and opportunities. They will need the full support of their STP Board in so doing.
On the 28 May, there is an event to introduce the Academy with high profile contributions from several of the international experts who are key to delivering this programme, including Muir Gray and Albert Mulley.
It will be a day that seeks to stimulate thinking and is targeted specifically at STP Board level leaders with an interest in population health management. The event will:
- Set out some core concepts and practices of population health management;
- Show how it can be of value to local government, NHS organisations, the third sector and broader partners in forming integrated systems;
- Explore modes of leadership needed to make a success of population health management; and
- Introduce other components of the programme where support from STP leadership teams is needed.
Overall, the programme will focus on improving the use of system information, intelligence and data, in designing and delivering services to improve population health. But it will focus on much more than this. It will also address the ‘human factors’ – such as leadership, culture, decision-making and analytical thinking - needed to translate insights into action and outcomes.
This session is therefore an excellent opportunity to engage with and support this agenda in your STP. To gain full value from it, we would encourage a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary team from each STP Board attends. Ideally, this would include Chair; STP Lead; STP Director; CCG Accountable Officers and Providers Chief Executives; System Medical Directors; Finance Director; Local Government Leaders; and emerging PCN clinical directors.
- Birmingham and Solihull STP; Black Country and West Birmingham STP; Coventry and Warwickshire STP; Herefordshire and Worcestershire STP; Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent and Shropshire and Nottinghamshire ICS.
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