Population health global summit

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The Covid-19 pandemic has underlined the deep inequalities and stark differences in health that exist between different population groups and areas of England. There are many factors that affect people’s health and wellbeing, and traditional health and care services is only one of these. Addressing all these factors is key to tackling health inequalities. 

With thanks to NHS England and NHS Improvement, this free one-day virtual event shared national and international examples of best practice and explored how:

  • local organisations working in partnership and collaborating with one another can help deliver population health locally
  • data and insight can be used to analyse and develop population health strategies and new integrated care models 
  • addressing the wider determinants of health as part of a population health approach can help reduce health inequalities.

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Speakers include:

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Professor Yvonne Doyle

Medical Director, Public Health England

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Jacquie White

Director, System Development for Primary Care and System Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement

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Professor Don Berwick

President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement and International Visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund

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Dr Sakthi Karunanithi

Director of Public Health, Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System

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Dr Pramit Patel

Lead Primary Care Network Clinical Director, Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System

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Megan Stowe

Executive Director, Vancouver Coastal Health

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Dr Karen Kirkham

Senior Medical Adviser, Primary Care Provider Development, NHS England and NHS Improvement

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Dr Josep Picas

Chief Executive and Founder, Adaptive HS

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David Buck

Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, The King’s Fund

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Albert Mulley

Managing Director, Global Health Care Delivery Science Program, The Dartmouth Institute

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Dr Sohail Munshi

Chief Medical Officer and Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Manchester Local Care Organisation

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Professor Durka Dougall

Medical Consultant, Specialist in Population Health, System Leadership Development and Workforce Support, The King’s Fund

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Linda Vernon

Digital Lead, Empower the Person, Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System

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Anna Crispe

Head of Knowledge and Intelligence, Suffolk County Council

Programme

10.00–10.10am

Welcome and introduction

10.00amWelcome and introduction

Hear about national and international examples of best practice and explore how:

  • partnership working and collaboration between local organisations can help deliver population health locally
  • data and insight can be used to analyse and develop population health strategies and new integrated care models 
  • addressing the wider determinants of health as part of a population health approach can help reduce health inequalities.

Jacquie White, Director, System Development for Primary Care and System Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement
Professor Yvonne Doyle, Medical Director, Public Health England
 

10.10–11.25am

Session one: England’s population health management (PHM) journey

Hear from systems that have taken part or are currently taking part in NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Population Health Management Development Programme.

10.10amEngland’s population health management (PHM) journey

Hear from systems that have taken part or are currently taking part in NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Population Health Management Development Programme, which is now being rolled out nationally. Systems will share how the programme has changed the way they work, system behaviours and care provision. 

Dr Sakthi Karunanithi, Director of Public Health, Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System
Declan Hadley, Digital Lead, Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System
Linda Vernon, Digital Lead, Empower the Person, Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System

Dr Karen Kirkham, Senior Medical Adviser, Primary Care Provider Development, NHS England and NHS Improvement
James Woodland, Deputy Director, Business Intelligence Services, Dorset Integrated Care System
Dr Simone Yule, Primary Care Network Clinical Director, National Population Health Management Clinical Adviser, Dorset Integrated Care System

Michelle Bull, Transformation Programme Manager, Integrated Care and Frailty, Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System
Dr Pramit Patel, Lead Primary Care Network Clinical Director, Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System

11.30–11.55am

Discussion forum

Head to the discussion forum page to message the speakers and colleagues from the England’s population health management development system  journey session.

11.30amDiscussion forum

Reflections on the role of data and leadership and partnership working. 

12.10–1.25pm

Session two: International approaches to PHM and improving population health

Hear from colleagues working in different health and care settings internationally to gain an appreciation of different approaches to population health.

12.10pmInternational approaches to PHM and improving population health

Hear from colleagues working in different health and care settings internationally to gain an appreciation of different approaches to population health while identifying common opportunities, challenges and solutions.

Dr Josep Picas, Chief Executive and Founder, Adaptive HS, Barcelona, Spain
Pauline Fontaine, Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Adaptive HS, Barcelona, Spain
Megan Stowe, Executive Director, Vancouver Coastal Health, Canada
Albert Mulley, Managing Director, Global Health Care Delivery Science Program, The Dartmouth Institute, United States

Questions and discussion facilitated by David Buck, Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, The King’s Fund

1.30–1.55pm

Discussion forum

Head to the discussion forum page to message the speakers and colleagues from the International approaches to population health session.

1.30pmDiscussion forum

Reflections on the role of social determinants of health and population health and how digital approaches can support these.

2.10–3.20pm

Session three: Innovation and population health (panel discussion)

Hear how innovation can be fostered through implementing population health management.

2.10pmInnovation and population health (panel discussion)

Hear from colleagues working across various systems on how they have fostered innovation through implementing population health management.

Dr Dan Alton, National Population Health Management Clinical Adviser, NHS England and NHS Improvement and Population Health Management Clinical Lead, Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Group.
Dr Sohail Munshi, Chief Medical Officer and Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Manchester Local Care Organisation, Greater Manchester 
Anna Crispe, Head of Knowledge and Intelligence, Suffolk County Council
Professor Edward Kunonga, Public Health Consultant, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and North of England Commissioning Support Unit
Professor Don Berwick, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement and International Visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund

Panel discussion and questions facilitated by Professor Durka Dougall, Medical Consultant, Specialist in Population Health, System Leadership Development and Workforce Support, The King’s Fund

3.20-3.30pm

Closing remarks

3.20pmClosing remarks

Thoughts and reflections on the day.

David Buck, Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, The King’s Fund
 

Contact us

General enquiries

If you’d like to make a general enquiry, please email the team at events@kingsfund.org.uk.

Programme enquiries

If you have any queries relating to our event programmes, please contact Caroline Viac at c.viac@kingsfund.org.uk

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