More on the Population Health Concept (King’s Fund / BBC News / Deloitte Centre for Health Solutions)

Summary

The King’s Fund sees population health as being key to reducing health inequalities and achieving better health outcomes locally. Their vision of population health involves four pillars:

  1. The wider determinants of health.
  2. Behaviours and lifestyles.
  3. The places and communities where people live.
  4. A more integrated health and care system.

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Reference

Buck, D. Baylis, A. Dougall, D. [and] Robertson, R. (2015). A vision for population health: towards a healthier future. London: King’s Fund, November 2018.

There is also an Executive Summary.

Concurrent Developments?

Possibly of interest, regarding healthy lifestyles and the prevention agenda:

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Reference

Pym, H. (2018). How do we incentivise people to be healthier? London: BBC Health News, November 28th 2018.

Around 90% of people have at least one unhealthy trait, according to Health Survey for England.

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Most adults living unhealthy lifestyles. London: BBC Health News, December 4th 2018.

Transitioning to PHM Approaches in England

Successful implementation of population health management (PHM) is likely to involve embracing information technology, and leadership models involving new ways of working and shared culture.

“In the UK, there is a growing consensus that if health care is to be sustainable it must shift its focus from treatment of ill health to prevention. Moreover, maintaining and improving the population’s health requires a greater focus on the wider social determinants of health”.

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Reference

The transition to integrated care: population health management in England. London: Deloitte LLP (“Deloitte”) / Deloitte Centre for Health Solutions, March 2019.

“The Deloitte Centre for Health Solutions is the research arm of Deloitte LLP’s Life Sciences and Health Care practices”.

March 2019 King’s Fund Update

Further summary information:

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Reference

What does improving population health really mean? [Online]: King’s Fund, March 29th 2019.

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