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What is population health management?

Posted on 14-Sep-2018 15:01:47

People in the UK are living with chronic illnesses but not getting appropriate treatment. Without intervention, patients face worsening health with irreversible damage. For some, the outcome will be worse than this. No one is to blame for these undiagnosed conditions. The NHS is not at fault. So what is the problem, and what can you do about it?

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Realising the link between big data and individual patient care

Posted on 04-Jul-2018 16:16:08

Yesterday, The Kings Fund hosted an online event about transforming healthcare at scale. The theme was to explore the advantages of a population level approach to healthcare:

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Enlighten your patients with diabetes information prescriptions

Posted on 29-Jun-2018 15:27:45

It costs the UK £8 billion a year to treat the preventable complications of diabetes. Over 4 million people are living with diabetes in the UK. Better self-management will make an enormous difference to a patient's well being.  If these patients can learn how to manage their illness better, they will reduce the strain on GP practices.

When you treat a patient with diabetes, you can issue them an 'information prescription'. 

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Population health - a proactive strike on the age of NHS pressure

Posted on 23-Jun-2018 07:57:59

Traditional primary care services are reactive. A patient feels unwell or experiences symptoms that cause them to visit their GP. During the patient consultation, the GP may make a diagnosis, request tests or refer to a specialist. We accept this approach to healthcare, but with the pressures facing the NHS, we should be looking for alternatives.

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Reimagining general practice. A quick start technology guide.

Posted on 08-Jun-2018 11:30:51

We're heading towards a perfect storm. We're living longer, which means more of us live with at least one long-term condition. We're putting more demand on NHS services, but the NHS is under increasing pressure, and there is a shortage of GPs. The situation is not sustainable. Something has to change, and we must reimagine general practice.

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[Digital Health Guide] Better care for long term conditions

Posted on 16-Jan-2018 07:33:53

Over 22% of the UK population has at least one long-term condition. That's more than 15 million people with conditions that have no cure. Managing these patients' chronic diseases for the rest of their lives will be expensive. There's a human cost too. How does living with one or more long-term condition impact a patient's quality of life?

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A beginner's guide to population level healthcare.

Posted on 26-Oct-2017 10:52:01

Population level healthcare is a modern approach to improving patient health at scale. Analysing health data allows service providers and commissioners to combat local health challenges. How does it work?

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Share Vision+ templates for consistent care across GP networks

Posted on 14-Sep-2017 14:12:43

Federated services are a cost-effective way of offering shared healthcare services across a GP network. But how do you make sure care is consistent across all GP practices and clinicians?

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How to get started with Vision's GPSoC health improvement tools

Posted on 04-Sep-2017 15:49:18

Vision has a range of clinical decision support templates and advanced data entry forms. The common goals of these intelligent healthcare solutions are to encourage:

  1. more efficient use of GP time
  2. fast and simple health improvement, targeted at specific cohorts

They are all available centrally-funded for GP practices in England. Find out how to get them and start using them.

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People are living longer with frailty. Find them all.

Posted on 22-Aug-2017 16:06:09

A recent study written by Newcastle University and published in The Lancet asks if late-life dependency is increasing. The study reports that older people are living longer with substantial care needs. Most will live in the community and need collaborative health and social care.

How can GPs make sure they know about every frail person?  This is the fundamental first step to putting appropriate care plans in place.

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