You’ll likely already know that tackling health inequalities is one of NHS England’s top 10 priorities for 2022/23, as outlined in its 2022/23 NHS England operational planning guidance, specifically:
Continue to develop our approach to population health management, prevent ill health and address health inequalities – using data and analytics to redesign care pathways and measure outcomes with a focus on improving access and health equity for underserved communities.
This inequalities focus is front and centre as integrated care organisations develop their plans and strategy over the next year. Whilst ICS’s have responsibility for planning and funding, care integration for health improvement will happen at a local level – so knowing the local situation of your clients and partners is essential for providing support to identify, engage and help tackle disparities.
And any attempt to support your NHS customers in their aim to improve health outcomes will need to start with a healthy respect for the data and the evidence. Quantis allows you to translate healthcare data into actionable insight so you can align your strategy with their priorities.