EN1: Collaborating for Improvement – thinking differently about improving population health
We are convinced it is time to think differently about how we improve population health. For too long we have got stuck behind traditional organisational and professional boundaries, and the consequence has too often been fragmented services, poor experience of care and waste.
In this interactive workshop we will focus on the essential ingredients for change – the power of relationships, the value of making connections and collaborating to improve health and healthcare.
After this session, participants will be able to:
- Think very differently about what is needed in the future to transform how we deliver and enable healthcare in our changing populations
- Reflect on the learning from the session as to how it might apply within their own system of care
- Take home some ideas and approaches that they can use to engage around this topic with patients, colleagues and citizens
Bob Klaber, Associate Medical Director (Quality Improvement) & Consultant Paediatrician, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust; UK
Dominique Allwood, Consultant in Public Health and Senior Improvement Fellow, The Health Foundation & Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust; UK