Careers in General Practice in Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire
Role title: Population Health Analyst
Location(s): The post holder will have an office base at Osprey Court in South Bristol but will be regularly required to work at GP practices across the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
Terms and conditions: The post holder will be employed by One Care (BNSSG) C.I.C
Salary: Pay band E - F £31,633 – £36,723 depending on experience
Contract: Permanent 37.5 hours full time (part time/flexible working options considered)
Background: One Care is the GP federation that represents and supports practices in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG). Established in 2014, we have 77 member practices and 19 Primary Care Networks (PCNs) across the area who provide healthcare for around 1 million patients. Our vision is to enable general practice to survive and thrive. We are a Community Interest Company, focused on delivering benefit for our practices.
We offer direct support to practices with many different aspects of running their day-to-day businesses through our Practice Support Team. We also support practices to work at scale at PCN, locality and BNSSG-level, holding contracts on their behalf as required and offering relevant expertise in areas such as digital, analytics and communications. We work closely with our practices to amplify their voices in discussions and decisions about the delivery of healthcare in our area.
PCNs have a key role in the integration of health and social care services and delivering improved care for patients, as set out in the NHS Long Term Plan. To develop and strengthen their network, PCN clinical leaders and managers are increasingly being asked to think more strategically and work in ways that require different skills sets.
Alongside ensuring the effective management and delivery of contracts and services at scale, clinical leaders and managers must ensure their services and workforce reflect the needs of their population, reduce health inequalities and are aligned with wider national and local priorities.
There is a system commitment to embed population health management (PHM) as a core enabler in building our combined system strategy as an integrated care system (ICS). The post holder will be required to provide support by generating, analysing, interpreting and presentinganalytical outputs.
Job profile: The post-holder will provide intelligence services to PCNs and their practices. Using a range of analytical techniques and research methods,the post-holder will monitor and evaluate the delivery of services and assess population health needs to support strategic decision making.
The post-holder will be part of the One Care Business Intelligence team and work closely with PCN clinical leaders and managers, and system partners.
The postholder will be supervised by the Head of Business Intelligence and work closely with clinical leaders and managers, and system partners across BNSSG on different projects.
They will be responsible for a range of different projects, working with different external stakeholders (clinicians, care professionals and other analysts), to deliver analytic tools that are of a high quality and can be used to improve patient care
The post holder will need to work proactively, to develop strong working relationships internally and externally and will need to be a very capable communicator, in order to represent the One Care and provide expert analytical input.
To apply please email your cv and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm 31st May 2022.