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NHS Population Health Management Conference 2022

08:00 am
02 Nov, 2022
15 Hatfields Conference Centre

NHS Population Health Management Conference 2022

08:00 am
02 Nov, 2022
15 Hatfields Conference Centre

NHS Population Health Management Conference

The Convenzis NHS Population Health conference provides a timely platform for NHS professionals from across the sector to network and discusses the PHM strategy and how it is helping to identify healthcare inequalities and how we can overcome this area of concern as a collective.

Population Health is an approach that aims to improve physical and mental health outcomes, promote wellbeing, and reduce health inequalities across an entire population.

A relatively new approach called Population Health Management (PHM) is helping the NHS understand our current, and predict, our future health and care needs so actions can be made to tailor better care and support to individuals, design more joined-up and sustainable health and care services and make better use of public resources.

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.

Implementing population health management services is a key focus within the NHS long term plan and is supporting ICSs’ to understand the areas of greatest health need and match NHS services to meet them. These solutions are becoming increasingly sophisticated in identifying groups of people who are at risk of adverse health outcomes and predicting which individuals are most likely to benefit from different health and care interventions, as well as highlighting health inequalities.

Session key topics for NHS Population Health Management Conference:

  • Delivering the aims of the NHS Long Term Plan
  • Tackling health inequalities
  • Data usage and outcomes
  • Digitally enabled care pathways
  • Integrating health and social care: best practice
  • Leadership and management

Research sources for The NHS Population Health Management Conference: NHS England, NHS Long Term Plan, NHS Digital, Health Education England

The NHS Population Health Management Conference 2021 Overview:

92.59% of Delegates would recommend Convenzis to their Colleagues.

95.12% of Delegates rated our speakers as either Good or Excellent.

68.6% of Attendees were at Senior Management Level or above.

98.78% of Delegates are interested in attending the next event.

37.80% of Delegates have requested a meeting with our sponsors following the Conference.

Headline Sponsor

Who will Attend

  • CCIO
  • CIO
  • Director of Public Health
  • Heads/ Managers/ Directors, Data and Information
  • Heads/ Managers/ Directors, IT
  • Heads/ Managers/ Directors, Transformation
  • Heads/ Managers/ Directors, Integrated health
  • Population Health Fellow
  • Population Health Lead Analyst
  • Public Health consultants and specialists
  • Public Health practitioner
  • Public Health Strategist

Sponsors & Partners

The Agenda

08:00

Registration, Networking & Breakfast

Registration, Networking & Breakfast

09:00

Chairs Opening Address

Chairs Opening Address

09:05

Elizabeth (Libby) Potter, Head of Portfolio for National Teams, Cancer and Diagnostics, Long term Conditions and Prevention, Maternity and Children and Young People (Invited)

A focus on Neonatal and Early Years prevention strategies This opening session aims to share practical insights around Neonatal and Early Years prevention strategies and the impact that early intervention could have on local communities.

09:25

Population Health Management and Impact Ability Modelling (Confirmed)

Jane Johnston
Head of PHM & Executive Director
Surrey Heartlands ICS & AphA
David Howell
Joint Director for Strategic Business Intelligence and Analytics
Surrey Heartlands ICS
In this session, David and Jane will explore some of the challenges that integrated care systems are facing and how the role of impact ability modelling can support improvements in the health of a population. Impact ability modelling is critical to support the design and implementation of strong and tailored interventions that aim to have maximum impact on a targeted population. Impact ability modelling is at the core of the NHS Population Health Management programme, endeavouring to use data-driven insights and evidence of best practices to improve the health and wellbeing of our populations

09:45

Dr Dan Alton, Population Health Management Clinical Lead, Berkshire West CCG (Invited)

Targeted support for communities with poorer outcomes in Berkshire West In Berkshire West, PHM data analysis of people with Type 2 diabetes pinpointed poorer outcomes for some patients in South Reading in the Nepalese community. Working with the Nepalese community, a programme was created to provide group consultations and education, delivered in Nepalese, for patients who had struggled with the service in English

10:05

Main Sponsor - Graphnet

Main Sponsor

Population Health: Using insight to take action

Graphnet, the UK’s leading Population Health supplier, is delighted to be the headline sponsor of the NHS Population Health Conference 2022. Graphnet Population health solutions currently support twelve Integrated Care Systems through the analysis of over 16 million citizens in England. The Graphnet Population Health platform supports health and care leaders to take control of the population health agenda, tackle inequalities and develop localised population health solutions. By analysing the patient journey across the Integrated Care System, the Graphnet solution provides insights to support professional intervention and action where required, delivering value-based health and care solutions to people. Graphnet is a uniquely placed partner with the fastest growing share of the Population health and shared care record markets.

‘Over the last few years, use of population health has matured in the NHS and for many care systems it is now a key enabler for transformation. The NHS Population Health Conference is a fantastic occasion for everyone to catch up, share knowledge and generate innovation. We’ve been very busy working over the past few years with our partners in health and care, developing and supporting them on their population health journey. We strongly believe in onwards sharing of knowledge and good practice, and we are looking forward to hearing some excellent examples of population health use cases from our customers and today’s speakers. Integrated Care Systems are at very different parts of the population health journey. This event provides an opportunity for those who are starting, to be able to listen and learn from the experiences of others who are a little further along the path.

We will be on the exhibition floor ready to speak to everyone and we look forward to a brilliant day.’

Markus Bolton, Director, System C & Graphnet      

10:25

Q&A Panel

Q&A Panel

10:40

Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments

Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments

11:40

Chairs Morning Reflection

Chairs Morning Reflection

11:45

Case Study

Case Study ** 5 Minute Q&A included **

12:05

Case Study

case study

12:25

Alex Chaplin, Chief Digital Information Officer, at the Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership (Invited)

The CIPHA (Combined Intelligence for Population Health Action) project. Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership’s Digital Programme has been named ‘Healthcare Project of the Year’ at the 2021 Bionow awards. They will be here to discuss the cloud based centralised data system they have developed and deployed within 90 days to enable a joined-up approach to population health management. ** 5 Minute Q&A included **

12:45

Case Study

Case Study ** 5 Minute Q&A included **

13:05

Q&A Panel

Q&A Panel

13:15

Networking and lunch

Networking and lunch

14:00

Chairs Afternoon Address

Chairs Afternoon Address

14:05

Case Study

Case Study ** 5 Minute Q&A included **

14:25

HEE Speaker TBC (Invited)

Population Health and Prevention The NHS Long Term Plan has set out new commitments to strengthen the role of the NHS in preventing ill health and reduce health inequalities. HEE has funded the population wellbeing portal to provide free training and education relating to the health and wellbeing of the public.

14:45

case Study

case Study

15:05

Integrating Health and Social Care Panel Debate (Confirmed)

Chair: Alex Lawrence, Alex Lawrence, Health and Social Care Programme Manager at TechUK

Susheel Varma, Susheel Varma, Chief Technology Officer at Health Data Research UK

Kwesi Afful, Kwesi Afful, Assistant Director of Programmes - Digital, Data & Technology at NHS England & Improvement

Kate Walker, Digital Programme Director, Suffolk & North East Essex Integrated Care System

ADASS, individual TBC

15:20

End of Day

End of Day
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