Understanding Population Health






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Understanding Population Health

October 24, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 7:40 pm


The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) has led the development of population health improvement for over two decades.  Population Health Lead Jag Mundra will be in conversation with our Clinical Director Joanne Haws to discuss how care and support can be personalised, meeting the needs of the population informed by local data, professional insights and the voice of people the lived experience; resulting in population health improvements across multiple levels in the health and care system.

Joanne Haws RN MSc

Joanne Haws RN MSc

Independent Nurse Consultant, Specialist in Cardiovascular Disease, Clinical Director

After many roles within the NHS, specialising in cardiovascular disease, I set up my own business in 2010 offering clinical education, training and consultancy to the NHS, commercial organisations and the third sector. My overall aim is to improve patient care by supporting clinicians and healthcare teams to give the highest quality, efficient, evidence based care through education, training and systems redesign and improvement.

Jag Mundra

Jag Mundra

NAPC Population Health Lead

Jag specialises in the management and application of operational research, quantitative analysis, and modelling techniques to support health systems understand population health need easily, cheaply, and sustainably. Jag has worked with several providers of population health analytics solutions to help PCNs make practical use of their products. Jag is working with the NHS England Population Health Management team on their on their roll out of population health within ICSs and is supporting the UK Research and Innovation Healthy Aging Challenge on learning approaches. He carried out a cost benefit and population health analysis of the Primary Care Home (PCH) model of care for the NAPC. By adopting an iterative and pragmatic approach, the evaluation was able to rapidly show evidence of benefit with limited up-front investment. Whilst working for NHS London, he designed and conducted a comprehensive review of urgent care across London. He managed a large, multidisciplinary team to gather and analyse qualitative and quantitative data across the range of urgent care providers including A&E departments, Urgent Care Centres and Minor Injury Units to help redesign services in order to improve both cost effectiveness and patient outcomes.

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October 24, 2023
7:00 pm - 7:40 pm
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