Population Health Management – explained

28 Nov 2023

Population health management (PHM) involves using data we hold about our patients and communities and their health requirements to plan how we deliver the best, tailored care for our local population. Its applications range from the personal, to the population level. In order to build momentum around the adoption of PHM in south east London, we have to make sure people understand what it is, and share best practice in how to apply it.

We have recently produced a short animation which explains what PHM is, and the benefits it can bring – you can view it here.

Cartoon illustration of six people of different ages, genders, ethnicities, and religions, each holding one of the boroughs of south east London.

For more information, and to join the next community of practice meeting in January, see our Population Health Management page.