Transforming primary care with population health: moving to an outcomes-based model

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This free online event explored how patients at risk of certain conditions can be identified and supported to stay healthy, through the adoption of a population-level approach to health care.

Our speakers discussed how different areas are using population health management to enable more individualised care that improves outcomes for an increasingly diverse and ageing population.

They also talked about clinical commissioning groups that have tried this approach – their successes and the challenges of implementing new models of working, as well as how it can improve the delivery of care for those living with long-term conditions.

They discussed how they built relationships with stakeholders to address the pressures facing general practice, change clinician behaviour and enable service transformation.

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Event partner

This event is being run in partnership with Vision.

If you're interested in partnering with us on an online event please email Chris Lazenby or call him on 020 7307 2490.

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Speakers

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Amy Rylance

Head of Healthcare Engagement and Development, Diabetes UK

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Paramjit Gill

GP and Professor of General Practice, Warwick Medical School

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Jonathan Behr

Doctor and Chief Medical Officer, Vision

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Beccy Baird

Senior Fellow, Policy, The King's Fund