Hacking down data silos: developing an analytic community of practice
PHE ePoster Library. Denotti A. Sep 10, 2018; 221386; 287
Ms. Alessandra Denotti
Ms. Alessandra Denotti
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Abstract We have created an analytic community of practice in order to better understand data held within health and social care organisations in Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership. As an innovative approach to generating intelligence we are now preparing for the first of three “Hackathons” to be held in July focusing on cardiovascular disease. This event will see decision makers and analysts working together to generate sophisticated and visually exciting displays providing useful insight.The visualisations will layer aggregated datasets describing health needs and service provision which are to be used to better inform decisions about further integration of services and changes to local care pathways within Surrey Heartlands.We are developing the analytic workforce across partner organisations so that there is improved and consistent ability to use data visualisation tools. To achieve this we are training the analysts and have set up an online collaboration platform to share tips and techniques, upskill new users and encourage joint learning and working between the local authority and CCG participants.We will evaluate the training to assess its impact on both the skills of individual analysts, and in fostering a local community of practice. The “Hackathon” will be assessed and the whole co-production process evaluated to see if it is a more effective and efficient way of informing decision making compared to our traditional approaches. Learning from this evaluation would be shared at the conference. External funding details This project is part of the Health Foundation's Advancing Applied Analytics programme.
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