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“We will share and proactively use data and intelligence in innovative new ways to improve the health, wealth and wellbeing of our local residents.
“Working across Collaborative Newcastle partner organisations, we’ll collate and analyse health and care data – including appointments, visits and admissions – for every person in Newcastle to help us identify people whose care could be improved.
“Using this information, we’ll work with individuals, communities and care teams to re-design, innovate and improve the services and support that we provide.”
“Even with great health and care services, healthy life expectancy in Newcastle is on average 5.5 years lower compared to the rest of England. A ‘one size fits all’ approach doesn’t work when planning health and social care services.
“In a recent survey, only 40% of high intensity users of health and social care services thought that their needs were being fully met. A holistic view is required in order to provide the truly personalised care which is needed to improve the health, wealth and wellbeing of the residents of Newcastle.”
Martin Wilson, COO Newcastle Hospitals and project lead for Duplication to Personalisation