KENT AND MEDWAY PUBLIC HEALTH OBSERVATORY

Report
KENT AND MEDWAY PUBLIC
HEALTH OBSERVATORY
Natasha Roberts
Head of Health Intelligence
Setting the scene
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Setting the Scene
Making sense of the emerging
landscape
KMCS
HSCIC
DMIC
KCC
LAT
KMPHO
District
Councils
CCGs
PHE
NCB
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What do we do?
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Surveillance
Monitoring and evaluation
Annual Public Health Report
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment /
Needs Assessment
Health Equity Audit
Profiling
Library Services / Critical appraisal
Training
Opportunities
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Opportunity to take stock
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What we do and why?
Is it still relevant?
Can we do it better?
Instil an ethos of information and
data sharing
Data linkage
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Opportunities - continued
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Develop relationships/
Understanding of social care and
other LA functions
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An integrated approach to information
management
Wider determinants of health
Transport
 Education
 Employment
 Housing
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Challenges
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Safe transition
Ensuring that we have access to the
data at the right level at the right
time
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Data sharing
Information governance
Understanding who our customers
are and what they require
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Challenges - continued
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Data linkage
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IG
Data sharing
Data warehousing
Health to local government
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Organisational culture
Political [member] influence
Ensuring evidence based practice
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The approach
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KM IG transition group
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Information Assets
Safe Haven arrangements
Data sharing protocols
Contracts
IT and N3

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