In this session explore case studies that demonstrate the transformative power of data in managing population health within the ICS and ICB frameworks. Learn from real-world examples how strategic use of data is driving improved outcomes, efficiency, and patient care across communities. A vital session for those interested in data-driven population health.
Managing Director, Primary Care Analytics
With over a decade of experience in General Practice, Conor is Managing Director at Primary Care Analytics and CIO at Taurus Healthcare, where he leads on digital and data initiatives across Primary and Secondary Care. He has a proven track record of delivering innovative and impactful solutions that enhance PHM, operational efficiency, and clinical quality.
Lead Client Service Manager, Health Economics Unit
Dr Achut Manandhar
Senior Data Scientist, NHS England
Dr. Achut Manandhar, PhD is a Senior Data Scientist at NHS England. He leads a data science team that focuses on developing operational tools, building DS capabilities, and promoting DS best practices. Previously, he has developed DS technologies for detecting landmines, improving drinking water security, and predicting migration and displacement.
Chair: Dr Phil Waywell
Director of Digital Partnerships, Health Innovation Yorkshire & Humber
As Director of Digital Partnerships for the health and care system in Yorkshire and Humber, Phil is focused on ensuring data infrastructure and assets are used to their full potential to inform decision-making, thereby improving patient access, experience and outcomes.
Phil is leading on work with regional and national stakeholders to develop a blueprint for partnerships between health and care organisations and commercial partners that deliver mutual benefit and ensure an appropriate share of any resultant value. Phil has particular expertise relating to real-world evidence, information governance and the operation of Trusted Research Environments.
October 31 @ 11:45
11:45 — 12:30(45′)
Achut Manandhar, Conor Price, Dr Phil Waywell, Sophie Hodges