2.3 Population Health Management – How Leading Organisations Translate Data and Insight into Action
19th June, 3:30-4:30pm | Charter 1
Chair: Martin McShane, Chief Medical Officer, Optum.
Practical and tactical evidence of how data supports the quadruple aim: better quality care, better patient experience, better professional experience, better use of finite resources.
By linking data from right across the continuum of care, professionals can see whether they are delivering great care or not – care that takes a bio-psycho-social approach to personalised problems and concerns.
Population health management aligns to the motivation of professionals, doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, social workers and the third sector: people who start every day with the best of intent and can see how things can be done better if it is made visible to them.
Population Health Management is about continuous quality improvement with the person who needs it most right at the centre and heart of what gets done.
Strands: Integrating care