Population Health Management - Dr Santhosh Davis
Dr Santosh Davis, GP Partner at Burnley Wood Medical Centre and Clinical Lead for Integrated Care East Lancashire CCG talks about the work that has been happening in the Burnley East Primary Care Network as part of the Population Health Management accelerated development programme.
EPIC event - Engage, Promote, Innovate, Collaborate
On 1 May 2019, more than 300 staff and volunteers from health and social care organisations across Lancashire and South Cumbria attended the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria EPIC event at Preston North End. The aim was to inspire and connect staff to come together and share their contribution to delivering safer, higher quality care for local people, patients, communities and the workforce.
Population Health Management - Matt Heys
Matt Heys, Business Intelligence and Data Science Manager at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay talks about how data from GP practices and acute hospitals is being used in Morecambe Bay to help predict whether patients may be at risk of depression, anxiety or a serious mental illness that isn't yet known. Further analysis of the data can then be used to predict whether people might be likely to attempt suicide or turn up at A&E at crisis point and tailor interventions, targeted to reach people before the event.
Digital stories - using social media to empower patients
Hear how Cath McLennan from Bay Medical Group is successfully using social media to promote health campaigns and practice messages - including a Smear Test campaign which reached more than 1 million people.
Population Health Management - Dr Sakthi Karunanithi
Dr Sakthi Karunanithi talks about progress with developing a Population Health Management approach in Lancashire and South Cumbria. This means understanding the needs of our community and working with clinicians, care providers and our community members to design programmes of care to help them live longer, happier and healthier lives.
Digital stories - Trinity Hospice and virtual consultations
Trinity Hospice, Blackpool talk about how they have used video links to run virtual clinics to connect with care homes. Staff from The Hamptons Care Centre discuss the positive impact this has had for residents and staff.
Stroke programme - Elaine Day
Elaine Day, Stroke Programme Lead for Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria on what the Stroke Programme will mean for local people and what she is looking forward to as it continues to roll out.
Stroke services - Jean Sherrington
Jean Sherrington gives her thoughts on the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria stroke programme, her role as Patient Representative and what she wants to see in the future. Jean also shares a message for all staff working in stroke services.