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Can population health management enable both primary care sustainability and integrated neighbourhood team (INT) development?

13 Jun 2024
Population health theatre
Learning theatre , Population health , Supporter session

This panel session will explore:

  • how to develop and sustain INTs to create a credible out-of-hospital service formed of many inter-agency capabilities and experiences
  • how population health management enables INTs to think big, start small and move fast
  • what the key enablers are to making this real
  • how INTs and primary care networks can use integrated data to develop a single holistic view of the population to provide actionable insights and better outcomes for patients and citizens
  • how to use this evidence to ensure continued investment and meaningful support of integrated working at neighbourhood level.

This session is supported by Optum

Rebecca Richmond, Director - Optum
Emma Adams, Head of Integration and Partnerships - NHS Coventry and Warwickshire
Erin Lilley, Director of Strategy and Partnership Development - Cambridgeshire South Care Partnership
Dr Mark Shenton, ICA Professor of Integrated Care and GP - Suffolk and North East Essex ICB
Dr Rishi Chopra, HCL Chair - Regent Health PCN Clinical Director and GP at Paddington Green Health Centre