Insight 2022 – Day 3 – Population health management: How systems work together

23rd November 2022, 14:00 – 15:30

Part of INSIGHT 2022

Population health management: How systems work together

In this online training session Population Health Management experts Andi Orlowski, of the Health Economics Unit, and Sally Markwell of Oxford Brookes, take a look at the underlying need for health systems, the challenges that systems face when working together, and potential ways to address those challenges.

This session gave valuable insights for employees across the ICS, whether you’re analytical or not and provided practical and useful examples of systems working together.

The session covered:

  • What are the determinants of health?
  • What is overmedicalisation and how does it prevent good PHM?
  • How do organisations work well across a system?
  • The challenges of system working
  • Examples of improving the wider determinants of health

Andi Orlowski is a health economist and the Director of the Health Economics Unit, an NHS organisation supporting health and care locally, regionally and nationally, providing expertise in economics, population health, analytics and evaluations.  With a passion for population health analytics, Andi is excited about addressing health inequalities and the concept of impactibility modelling. He is researching this for his PhD at Imperial College London.

Sally Markwell is a registered adult nurse and currently Senior Lecturer in Public Health and Nursing, at Oxford Brookes University.  Sally designed a set of tools and techniques for understanding and improving the development of multi-sectoral partnerships.

If you have any questions regarding the festival, please contact Rachel Caswell

Population health management: How systems work together