Accountable care and population health systems are increasingly being established to improve health and social care services across entire geographies, and to deliver better outcomes for people. Whole-population, outcomes based approaches to commissioning, require a more extensive review and understanding of the population segmentation models available.
Nov 2016 (Revised Dec 2018)
This report covers principles behind segmentation, different ways to segment, segmentation vs stratification and a review of whole population segmentation models.
Nov 2016 (Revised Oct 2018)
This report evaluates the Bridges to Health segmentation model and its application for population health management and outcome measurement. It describes the model in detail and an approach to the practical implementation of the model.
OBH offer segmentation data analytics for entire health system populations to provide population health insights. Suitable for Integrated Care Systems (ICSs), Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Sustainable Transformation Partnerships (STPs).
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A national data-driven approach to population segmentation has been developed to support Population Health Management (PHM) outlined in the NHS Long Term Plan.
Part A: View the National Bridges to Health Segmentation Dataset Reference Guide (v3.0 20220930), which provides the background, definitions and Segmentation Dataset output delivered as part of this initiative.
Part B: View the descriptions and data definitions for all conditions referenced in the National Bridges to Health Segmentation Dataset (v3.0 20220930).
An exploratory analysis into the likely accuracy of date of diagnosis by condition in the National Bridges to Health Segmentation Dataset. This can be used to help inform and interpret results of incidence analyses conducted on the National Segmentation Dataset.
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