There is increasing recognition that traditional care models don't sufficiently support people to lead healthier lifestyles and avoid periods of ill health. While every person will have their own unique requirements and circumstances, when working at scale across a whole population, groups with similar needs and characteristics can be identified through population health management techniques to enable care providers to then plan and deliver services in the most appropriate way, and in the most convenient locations for their population.
As CCGs consider how to provide high quality, affordable health and care for the whole population whilst facing calls to reduce demand and pressure on frontline services, we invited key US representatives from Johns Hopkins Healthcare to share their experiences of population health management in Baltimore:
Population Health Insights with Alan Thompson
An overview of what Hampshire stakeholders have access to, the insights these resources can bring and examples of how they are being used and have empowered those working within the system.
Population Health Management in Action with Melissa Sherry, MPH
An overview of the Johns Hopkins HealthCare approach to population health management, lessons learned and parallels with the NHS.
Melissa details the key factors to successful population health transformation and the core population health management tools and assets.
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