Population Health Management: How Systems Work Together (PHM-2)

Date:Postponed TBC

Population Health Management: How Systems Work Together
PHM-2

Postponed: Date TBC

In this online training session Population Health Management experts Andi Orlowski, of the Health Economics Unit, will 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.

Prerequisites

You don’t need to have attended previous training sessions to understand this one

This session is designed to give valuable insights for employees across the ICS, whether you’re analytical or not. There will be practical, interactive and useful examples of systems working together, and plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions.

Agenda

  • 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

About Andi Orlowski

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.

Date: Postponed Date: TBC

Duration
2 hours

Location
Online – delivered via Teams

Pre-requisites

You don’t need to have attended previous training sessions to understand this one

Audience
This course is free and available to all those working in the Midlands Public Health and Social Care sector , e.g. NHS, Public Health, Local Authority, ICBs

Registration: Please use the online link below

Please see further Population Health Management sessions from the Health Economics Unit – available to book now!

For more information about this course, please contact:

Training & Development Operational Lead, Rachel Caswell