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22 November 2022

Population health management: How systems work together

This online training session during day 3 of Insight 2022 brings together Population Health Management experts Andi Orlowski, of the Health Economics Unit, and Sally Markwell of Oxford Brookes,  to 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 runs from 2pm to 3.30pm on Wednesday 23 November 2022, and 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.

This session will cover:

  • 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

Full information and details on how to register for the session area available from the dedicated INSIGHT 2022 microsite.

INSIGHT 2022: The science and craft of decision making

Find out why Andi Orlowski thinks you should attend and why he’s excited to be involved.

Learn more about how the Health Economics Unit is involved with Insight 2022, whcih runs from Monday 21 November until Friday 2 December 2022.

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Evidence generation

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Population health management

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