Leeds North Clinical Commissioning Group - Seeing the wood for the trees: The Leeds Health and Care Intelligence Hub
The Leeds Intelligence Hub was created to integrate local data from the fields of health and care.
A range of data sources and a small team of analysts provide insight into how services work across the city. A citizen engagement project was carried out which people could join in with in several ways including social media and by attending events.
The hub has informed system-wide decision making such as development of a community beds strategy for the city that recognises changes in demand from an aging population.
The hub has advised the development of Better Care Funded initiatives to ensure system benefits are achievable, realistic and account for best practice.
It has provided systems intelligence to senior leaders from across the care economy, helping highlight insights into how the system behaves, including a notable reduction in the numbers of patients accessing acute-based unplanned care since early 2013.
The trust said these insights were helping instigate discussions with system leaders about how the health and care system could be further transformed to realise the city’s ambitions to become the best for health and wellbeing.
Judges said the initiative “wowed” them with its innovative angle on partnership working. It also praised the trust for making data “sexy” and “central to decision making”.
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