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Population health and implementation

Our overarching aim is to improve population health, patient safety and reduce inequalities through high-quality research, education, partnerships and large-scale implementation of change across Greater Manchester.

 

The Population Health and Implementation Domain aims to improve health outcomes in a region known to have considerable health needs.

The population of Greater Manchester has very significant health needs resulting in considerable increases in demand for public services at a time when there is increasing pressure on budgets.

Local authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and NHS provider organisations need to be able to identify and implement affordable interventions which improve population health and reduce inequalities, whilst also improving quality and maximising efficiencies in healthcare. This is a significant challenge which we aim to address through the Population Health and Implementation Domain.

Our overarching aim is to improve population health, patient safety and reduce inequalities through high-quality research, education, partnerships and large-scale implementation of change across Greater Manchester.

 

Collectively, Health Innovation Manchester delivers healthcare to over 2.8 million people.  A significant proportion of the population of Greater Manchester live in our localities in Salford, Central and South Manchester, and we also have two tertiary trusts which provide specialist mental health and cancer care in the region. As such, we have disproportionate influence on the regional footprint and a responsibility to aggressively innovate to prevent illness and improve the quality of services we deliver.

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