Mapping the Analytic Workforce: Taking a whole system approach from data to insight
PHE ePoster Library. Dellar J. 09/12/19; 274390; 193
Mrs. Janine Dellar
Mrs. Janine Dellar
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Abstract Introduction
As integrated care systems (ICS) develop, staff from multiple organisations need to work together to transform health and care. A significant focus for system transformation is population health. Analytical staff are key to providing the insight needed for population health and system transformation. PHE, NHS England and Surrey Heartland ICS teamed up to develop a tool to map analytical workforce capacity and capability.
Method
PHE developed a framework setting out the requirements for population health analytics. It identifies the knowledge and skills needed to support a data-to-decisions journey. This framework underpins the tool to map the existing skills and capacity in population health intelligence across local partners. The tool was piloted with analytical teams in Surrey Heartlands ICS, with the learning from this phase was incorporated into phase 2 pilots. Five ICS areas participated, testing different approaches to using the tool, which will be used to refine it.
Results
37 teams have been interviewed covering 382 analytical staff. Findings to date indicate that across the entirety of any ICS system there are: an impressive range of capabilitiesno single team should be expected to do everythingcapability within the system could be used before looking for outside supportan area of future focus should be upskilling the customersConclusion:The tool provides a tested way to understand system-wide analytic capability and capacity. It is useful for starting cross-system conversations, understanding of ICS analytical strengths and weaknesses, and developing opportunities to discuss how teams can work together. External funding details
Abstract Introduction
As integrated care systems (ICS) develop, staff from multiple organisations need to work together to transform health and care. A significant focus for system transformation is population health. Analytical staff are key to providing the insight needed for population health and system transformation. PHE, NHS England and Surrey Heartland ICS teamed up to develop a tool to map analytical workforce capacity and capability.
Method
PHE developed a framework setting out the requirements for population health analytics. It identifies the knowledge and skills needed to support a data-to-decisions journey. This framework underpins the tool to map the existing skills and capacity in population health intelligence across local partners. The tool was piloted with analytical teams in Surrey Heartlands ICS, with the learning from this phase was incorporated into phase 2 pilots. Five ICS areas participated, testing different approaches to using the tool, which will be used to refine it.
Results
37 teams have been interviewed covering 382 analytical staff. Findings to date indicate that across the entirety of any ICS system there are: an impressive range of capabilitiesno single team should be expected to do everythingcapability within the system could be used before looking for outside supportan area of future focus should be upskilling the customersConclusion:The tool provides a tested way to understand system-wide analytic capability and capacity. It is useful for starting cross-system conversations, understanding of ICS analytical strengths and weaknesses, and developing opportunities to discuss how teams can work together. External funding details
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