Advances in Population Health

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The Swan, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

21 New Globe Walk

Bankside

London

SE1 9DT

United Kingdom

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Advances in Population Health


Keynote Address: Dr Steven Laitner, clinical advisor to the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) Primary Care Home (PCH) Programme.



We are pleased to announce a major workshop for health and care professionals on Advanced Population Health Analysis and Management, taking place at the Swan, part of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre complex on London’s South Bank on November 29th 2018.

In this unique venue, we offer a unique opportunity to catch up on the state of the art in understanding and improving population health, including:

- Case studies from practitioners and planners

- Presentation of recent new analyses and analytical techniques

- Discussion of the role of new technologies in furthering population health

The keynote will be given by Dr Steven Laitner, a GP with a Public Health and Clinical Leadership background, and a clinical advisor to the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) Primary Care Home (PCH) Programme.

Steven’s strengths are in population health management (in particular, population segmentation and risk stratification), and supporting the development and delivery of new models of care, including outcomes-based contracts.

Amongst other speakers will be Jeremy Taylor. the chief executive of National Voices, the national coalition of health and care charities for England.


The workshop aims to offer insights in four main areas:

  • Whole population analyses. Exploring the different techniques for segmenting and managing whole populations, their strengths and weaknesses, and measures of success. This includes a range of new benchmarking techniques.

  • Targeted interventions. Surveying many ways in which local care economies have identified specific patient cohorts for new interventions, and how effective delivery, monitoring and evaluation can be assured.

  • Personalisation. Examining how care can be tailored for the individual in a population health management environment. This includes self-management of care, social prescribing, and the importance of the patient’s voice.

  • New analyses and technologies. Looking at some of the latest analytical approaches and technologies supporting the health and care of populations. The Sollis team and several partners will discuss their latest innovations.

There will be opportunities to network and discuss ideas with experts, and for those who are interested, the day will end with the opportunity for a free guided tour of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Places for this will be strictly limited, so please book early. Important Update: The tour of the Globe is now fully booked. We are therefore operating a reserve list in case of cancellations. To book for the workshop and be placed on the reserve list for the Globe tour, please select the appropriate ticket option after clicking on the 'Register' button above.

Sollis will also be launching a new, comprehensive Guide to Population Segmentation at the event, a companion to last year's Understanding Population Health, authored with Johns Hopkins Healthcare. This new guide distils our experience of delivering population health analysis solutions over the last nine years. Those attending will be the first to receive this new reference from Sollis.

This special event will include a free buffet lunch. If you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know by email to claire.mcfadyen@sollis.co.uk or calling 01372 847 525.

Please Note: This workshop is intended for health and care professionals working in the NHS and associated care sectors. We anticipate this event being over-subscribed, and priority will be given to those who fit those criteria. We will also operate a reserve list in case of cancellations.

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The Swan, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

21 New Globe Walk

Bankside

London

SE1 9DT

United Kingdom

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