Five Steps to Population Health Management

Population health management helps commissioners identify and quantify the drivers and outcomes for addressing local population health, and it has a significant role in commissioning for value.

Sollis believes patient-centred care strategies based on the needs of local populations provide the key to better population health management. A range of tools and processes available to commissioners and clinicians provide the evidence base and the insights (those lightbulb moments) to inform service transformation and monitor value through outcomes. Read More…

Accountable Care and Population Health Management

The current challenges facing the NHS are known and well documented. We live at a time of increased healthcare costs driven by an ageing population and a growing burden of chronic conditions, a key feature of which is multi-morbidity. Multi-morbidity is the new normal.

Integrated Care Systems meet these challenges head on. In this model networks of providers — collaborating with commissioners — establish a new operating model for the delivery of healthcare designed to improve health outcomes for populations and individuals, provide a better patient experience and reduce costs. Read More…

Understanding Variation in Activity and Expenditure

With the pressure of commissioning for value comes the need to understand the current and future health needs of your local populations. Risk adjustment and case-mix are tools that can help CCGs set budgets or capitation rates and evaluate provider performance. Read More…