Population Health and Health Inequalities Clinical Lead
NHS North East London
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The North East London Integrated Care Board (NEL ICB) is recruiting a Population Health and Health Inequalities Clinical Lead to support one of its key priorities to address health inequalities in North East London.
Sitting across the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Strategy and Transformation Directorates, the Clinical Lead will have expert knowledge of population health, health inequalities, and inclusion health to support the strategic development, planning and delivery of the NEL ICB population health and health inequalities programmes at a sub-regional level. The Clinical Lead's leadership will drive forward systematic and structural change to improve the health outcomes of the population of North East London, supporting the NEL ICB's overarching purpose to "work with and for all the people of North East London to create meaningful improvements in health, wellbeing and equity."
Main duties of the job
The Clinical Lead, using a data informed approach will set clear strategies and outcomes based on the needs of the NEL population and the ICB's transformation priorities. Working with across the NEL system, the Clinical Lead will work with place-based partnership clinical directors, and health inequality and inclusion health leads to deliver meaningful improvements to health and equity for the NEL population.
The NEL ICB is looking for a dynamic, flexible and resilient individual who is able to challenge and collaborate effectively to ensure the safe, effective and robust delivery of services.
NHS North East London Integrated Care Board (ICB) was formed on 1 July 2022.
We are an exciting new organisation putting the needs of communities at the heart of our commissioning arrangements.
We are working with local people and partners across health, social care and the voluntary sector in innovative ways to improve health and wellbeing for all our communities. Our key priority in the next year will be to develop closer integrated and collaborative ways of working with all our partners to implement our Out of Hospital Strategy.
We can only do this with great staff who are encouraged and supported, which is why we invest in them, listen to them, make sure we are representative of our populations and that we foster their health and wellbeing.
Please note that all vacancies will be subject to a 6 months' probation period in line with the Probation Policy.
Key AccountabilitiesYou will undertake the following duties and responsibilities:
Lead the clinical and / or care input into the NEL population health and health inequalities programme by providing advice, recommendations, and challenge grounded in clinical and/ or care expertise for the planning and re-design of pathways or service transformation
Work closely with the programme and place leads to understand, and support and develop programmes, to improve health equity and address barriers to access for health inclusion groups
Lead the development of strategies to reduce health inequalities, and advocate for delivery and prioritisation across NEL
Work with London and regional colleagues to support the development of a NEL approach to population health, health inequalities and inclusion health
Support the development and implementation of Health Inequality funding in NEL and the reporting and evaluation of health inequality schemes
Be the public face of clinical and/ or care led service transformation and improvement and advocate for patients and residents on health inequality and inclusion health issues
Build wider clinical and/ or care networks across primary, community, secondary and tertiary care and, exemplify collaborative working with all providers and commissioners of health and care services including Local Authority and public health.
Please see the attached Job Description for full duties.
Education / Qualifications
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