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Population Health Management

About Us

 

What We Do

Population Health Management improves population health by data driven planning and delivery of  care to achieve  maximum impact. It includes segmentation, stratification and impactabilty modelling to identify local ‘at risk’ cohorts - and, in turn, designing and targeting interventions to prevent ill-health and to improve care and support for people with ongoing health conditions and reducing unwarranted variations in outcomes.

 

How We Work

PHM is a partnership approach across the NHS and other public services including: councils, the public, schools, fire service, voluntary sector, housing associations, social services and police. All have a role to play in in addressing the interdependent issues that affect people’s health and wellbeing. PHM is the critical building block for integrated care systems and enables Primary Care Networks (PCNs) to deliver with their local partners true Personalised Care, form a core offer for our local people which ensures care is tailored to their personal needs and delivered as close to home as possible.

PHM is used by systems and local teams to understand and look for the best solutions to people’s needs – not just medically but also socially – including the wider determinants of people’s health.  Using local data intelligence enables strategic commissioners to procure integrated care for the citizens of Nottingham/Nottinghamshire, improve outcomes, reduce duplication and use our resources more effectively bringing equity for all.

 

The Benefits of Our Work

PHM looks beyond the health system to consider the wider determinants of health. PHM is a partnership approach across the NHS and other public services including: councils, the public, schools, fire service, voluntary sector, housing associations, social services and police.  All have a role to play in addressing the interdependent issues that affect people's health and wellbeing. PHM is the critical building block for integrated care systems and enables Primary Care Networks (PCNs) to deliver with their local partners true Personalised Care, form a core offer for our local people which ensures care is tailored to their personal needs and delivered as close to home as possible.

PHM is used by systems and local teams to understand local intelligence and look for the best solutions to people's needs - not just medically but also socially - including the wider determinants of people's health. Using local data intelligence enables strategic commissioners to procure integrated care for the citizens of Nottingham/Nottinghamshire, improve outcomes, reduce duplication and use of our resources more effectively, bringing equity for all.

 

You can also find information about Population Health Management on the ICS website: https://healthandcarenotts.co.uk/what-is-phm/