Population Health Management involves using the 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. As an approach, it uses data to design new ways of offering patients care proactively, before they need to go the NHS with a problem and helping them to improve their health and wellbeing preventatively.

This also involves making sure that all health and care staff in south east London have access to the information they need to make the best possible decisions for the people they care for and to support people to get more involved in their own care. The Coalition aims to do this by:

  • Raising awareness of population health management as a new way of working across south east London and its successes to date, including lessons learnt from the Wave 2 NHS England and Improvement (NHS E & I) Population Health Management Development Programme
  • Highlighting the benefits of population health management and why population health management should be adopted as a way to work;
  • Producing content that tells the story of establishing population health management as core way of working for the south east London operating model;
  • Promote services and tools being developed to enable population health management as a way of working.

Recent achievements

At our recent Population Health Conference we showcased some fantastic real-world examples of how a Population Health Management approach with data was used in our local communities:

Further information

You can find out more about what Population Health Management involves and how it can help in this explainer video, from Dr Jonty Heaversedge, Clinical Chair and Lead for Population Health at South East London Integrated Care System:

News, stories and events

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust moves exits System Oversight Framework 4

NHS England moves Trust from SOF 4 to SOF 3

06 Dec 2022
Tal Rosenzweig appointed as Director of Voluntary Sector Engagement and Partnership

We are delighted to confirm that Tal Rosenzweig has been appointed as the new Director of Voluntary Sector Engagement and Partnership for the South East London Integrated Care System (ICS). This is a new role and is one of the first of its kind in the country. It was developed with voluntary, community and social […]

30 Nov 2022
“Delivering care in the best possible way for every individual.” Dr Toby Garrood, Joint Medical Director.

Dr Toby Garrood is the Joint Medical Director of South East London Integrated Care System (ICS), a post he shares with Dr Jonty Heaversedge. Here he tells us about his role and thoughts on the ICS.

22 Nov 2022