- Steve Laitner
This session will cover all you need to know about Population Health Management (PHM) and how it can support your work. We will cover the essential elements of PHM, both in terms of the data and atypical elements, and also the service redesign which needs to follow.
We will use real examples from primary care across the NHS and show how you can use the incredible data which sits in primary care and across the health and care sector to deliver more personalised, proactive care (and better reactive care too) to better meet the needs of different groups in out communities.
The session will cover:
- What is PHM?
- How is it different from public health?
- Risk Stratification
- Cohort selection
- Service redesign
Steve Laitner is a practicing GP in St Albans, Hertfordshire and a freelance health consultant. After public health and clinical leadership roles in the NHS at local, regional and national levels he moved into the world of healthcare consulting.
Steven supports a number of NHS organisations, healthcare providers and health-tech start-ups with their clinical strategies, partnerships and delivery.
Given his clinical and public health foundations Steve has a particular interest and expertise in Population Health Management (PHM) and has recently supported the NHS England Place Development Programme using PHM approaches.
He also has a passion for shared decision making (previously the national clinical lead), long term conditions, patient empowerment, patient leadership and service redesign. He also has a particular interest in patient access and brought in “telephone triage” into his practice about 15 years ago.