Population health management help in enhancing the patient health outcomes of a defined group of individuals by applying strategies and interventions so that care can be delivered securely and cost effectively. Even though health care organizations have a large amount of data, information powered care can be provided in real time only if value is provided to this data and it is made accessible to the physicians at the point of care and value is provided to this data.
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The European Public Health Conference 2023 presents an innovative International Webinar uniting diverse participants from academia, healthcare, research, policy, and more. The event anticipates valuable insights and surprising discoveries to advance the field of Public Health. The conference invites contributions from varied areas, fostering knowledge exchange. With a broad audience, it promises a platform for collaboration and idea sharing.
As reimbursements shift from volume based to value based, healthcare organizations are becoming more responsible for providing the resources necessary to meet the needs of a given population. Aligning quality of care with the appropriate level of care and services becomes pertinent to healthcare organizations’ bottom line. It is imperative for healthcare leaders to develop programs that offer underserved communities an opportunity for a healthier tomorrow. Several pioneer organizations have developed population health improvement models such as Accountable Care Organizations that force them to take responsibility for the beneficiaries they are serving. As the acuity of care increases, healthcare leaders must coordinate equitable care and properly address social determinants of health. The focus is no longer treating patients, but proactively keeping patients out of the acute healthcare setting and providing care in the community. Developing population health management into a tangible measure continues to be a challenge for all healthcare organizations across the country. How to properly reduce costs while improving the quality and access of care in communities that lack the resources and education to care for themselves and prevent acute health issues and substantive chronic disease continues to be a major hurdle in population health adoption.
The European Public Health Association (EUPHA) and the European Public health Conference (EPH) are pleased to invite you to the 15th EPH conference. Co-chairs of the Conference are Reinhard Busse and Verena Vogt. Strengthening health systems: improving population health and being prepared for the unexpected. The theme of Berlin 2022 is ‘Strengthening health systems: improving population health and being prepared for the unexpected’. In the past years, we have learned from the Covid-19 pandemic that infectious diseases know no boundaries. Although we have seen the successful development of vaccines, we have also seen with the spread of the Delta and Omicron variants around the globe that these vaccines have not yet been available to everyone. At the conference, we want to explore ways in which the public health community can rally around the WHO health system framework to bring about better population health. The growing health inequalities around the globe leads to a simple conclusion: Europe must take on a more active role in global health. This includes taking a stand on expansive issues such as planetary health, climate change, environmental degradation, water and food security, migration, gender, and poverty. Europe must use its knowledge and influence to balance out market forces, expand regulatory oversight and create socially responsible systems for health, especially when it comes to the distribution of vaccines and essential medicines.
Digitalization is a key area where recent developments require us to exchange ideas and come up with new approaches. The past decades have seen significant developments in data collection and processing capacity as well as eHealth applications. We need to ensure that the vast amounts of data generated are well protected on the one hand, but also being available and usable for public health interventions. We want the discussions at the 15th EPH Conference to contribute to resilient health systems, universal health coverage (UHC), a well-trained and highly qualified clinical and public health workforce, and governance structures that take a stand and shape health systems globally.
Medwide will be hosting “International conference on Public Health and Healthcare Management in 2022. This exciting event is scheduled during September 19-20, 2022 at Osaka Japan . To bring many Prominent Speakers, Professors, Deans, Surgeons, Physicians, Medical and Industrial Professionals, Young Researchers, Student Delegates and Business Delegates, along with information-packed Workshops, will fill the agenda. Public Health-2022 will provide a wonderful forum for you to refresh your knowledge base and explore the innovations in Public Health and Health Care Management.
Public Health-2022 will provide a wonderful Conference will strive to offer plenty of networking opportunities, providing you with the opportunity to meet and interact with the leading scientists and researchers, friends and colleagues as well as sponsors and exhibitors. The theme of the Conference “Prevention and Control of Disease through Promoting and Monitoring Healthy Behaviors” will underpin the need for collaboration and cooperation of individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. It aims to promote awareness and enhance research aiming in developing solutions for the various public health challenges encountered.
Population Health is an approach that aims to improve physical and mental health outcomes, promote wellbeing, and reduce health inequalities across an entire population. A relatively new approach called Population Health Management (PHM) is helping the NHS understand our current, and predict, our future health and care needs so actions can be made to tailor better care and support with individuals, design more joined-up and sustainable health and care services and make better use of public resources.
PHM is a partnership approach across the NHS and other public services including councils, the public, schools, fire service, voluntary sector, housing associations, social services, and police. All have a role to play in addressing the interdependent issues that affect people’s health and wellbeing. For example, adults and children who live in cold, damp housing may be more likely to develop respiratory problems over the next 20 years because their lungs are affected by the mould spores in their homes. If we improved their housing now, by working with partners such as, local councils and housing associations, they may not end up with various health conditions in the future which can result in poor quality of life (conditions like asthma, chest infections, and other respiratory problems) and could avoid the need for multiple health and care services.
Implementing population health management services is a key focus within the NHS long term plan and is supporting ICSs’ to understand the areas of greatest health need and match NHS services to meet them. These solutions are becoming increasingly sophisticated in identifying groups of people who are at risk of adverse health outcomes and predicting which individuals are most likely to benefit from different health and care interventions, as well as highlighting health inequalities. Our upcoming conference aims to provide updates and clarity on this developing strategy and share best practices and outcomes from across the NHS Ecosystem.
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