Population and person insights to enable integrated care
Our health and care needs are changing. Our lifestyles are increasing our risk of preventable disease and are affecting our mental and physical wellbeing. We are living longer with more multiple long-term conditions like asthma, diabetes and heart disease, and the health inequality gap is increasing.
This session will explore the Population and Person Insight (PaPI) project – a collaboration between NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Data, Analysis and Intelligence Service, NHS Arden & GEM CSU and Outcomes Based Healthcare – which aims to support commissioners and providers in developing new models of care by accelerating the use of population segmentation.
In this session we will explore the person-centric resources in the areas of data, information, analysis and decision-support. We will have a particular focus on the national segmentation dataset, which enables better understanding of population health needs and trends to support forecasting and planning, in addition to the person-level dataset, which uses national data sources to categorise the population according to health needs. The person-level dataset has already been used successfully to support the COVID-19 pandemic response.
We will also explore the benefits of the Population and Person Insight Dashboard, an interactive tool containing a series of views so that users can easily explore and interrogate segments at a national, regional, system, CCG and PCN level.