Population Health Management - e-Learning for Healthcare
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  • NHS England and NHS Improvement
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About the Population Health Management programme

This programme has been developed to support analysts and other health and care professionals working in population health to build their knowledge and skills within this area. Population health management (PHM) is central to the development of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) and Strategic Transformation Partnerships (STPs) and is a new focus of analytical work for analysts working across these partnerships.

The first three e-learning modules that have been developed are:

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) response to date has highlighted the pivotal role of PHM, with primary and secondary care providers needing to risk stratify and proactively support key population groups with personalised care models. PHM will become increasingly important as systems move to the reset phase where they will need the appropriate insights to make judgments about restarting non-urgent elective care. The following suite of e-learning modules will introduce the PHM approach as well as the role of needs assessment and segmentation. Thus providing a useful grounding to support colleagues in their endeavour to support population health during Coronavirus (Covid-19) and thereafter.

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On completion of all three modules, health and care professionals will be able to describe the concepts of population health management and how it fits with current health policy. They will understand healthcare needs assessment and be able to describe sources of data that underpin population health need. They will also understand the concepts of population segmentation.

Meet the team

  • Janine Dellar – Associate Director, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the East Midlands.
  • Dr Jackie Chin – Population Health Management team, Primary Care and System Transformation Directorate, NHS England and NHS Improvement.
  • James Harrison – Senior Knowledge Transfer Facilitator, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the East of England.
  • Dr Robyn Bates – Public Health Analyst, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the East Midlands.
  • Nina Robery – Senior Public Health Intelligence Specialist, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the North West.

Introduction to Population Health Management Team

  • Katherine Calder – Senior Programme Lead, Population Health Management team, NHS England and Improvement.
  • Nicole Bilham – Senior Programme Manager, Population Health Management (PHM) Team, NHS England and Improvement.
  • Barbara Coyle – Associate Director, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within Yorkshire and the Humber.
  • Sophie Hodges – Graduate Analyst – Project Manager, Population Health Management Team, NHS England and Improvement.

Assessing Needs Team

  • Don Sinclair – Associate Director, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the South East.
  • Peter Cornish – Principal Knowledge Translator Facilitator, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the South East.
  • Sylvia Godden – Principal Knowledge Translator Facilitator, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within London.

Population Segmentation Team

  • Gareth Wrench – Associate Director, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the West Midlands.
  • Matthew Francis – Principal Public Health Intelligence Analyst, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within the West Midlands.
  • Simon Orange – Senior Health Intelligence Specialist, Public Health England’s Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service within Yorkshire and the Humber.
  • Jason Pickles – Head of Systems and Solutions Development in the Strategy and Development team, NHS England and Improvement Data, Analysis and Intelligence Service.

 

e-LfH team

  • Clair Guy

    Clair Guy

    Programme Manager, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • Victoria Ward

    Victoria Ward

    Instructional Designer, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • Tracy Watkins

    Tracy Watkins

    Instructional Designer, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • e-LfH staff - Rashmi Chavda

    Rashmi Chavda

    Graphic Designer, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • e-LfH-staff-Alex-Drinkall-learning-profile

    Alex Drinkall

    Communications and Stakeholder Lead, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare

How to access

In order to access the Population Health Management programme, you will need an e-LfH account. If you do not have one, then you can register by selecting the Register button below.

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To view the Population Health Management programme, select the View button below. If you already have an account with e-LfH, you will also be able to login and enrol on the programme from the View button.

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Registering large numbers of users

If you are a HR, IT or Practice Manager and would like to register and enrol large numbers of staff within your organisation for access onto the Population Health Management programme, please contact e-LfH directly.

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