There are currently two types of JSNA reports:
This report provides an overview of the current status and historical trend of various health and social care indicators within Wolverhampton. It aims to identify inequalities in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, deprivation and wards within Wolverhampton and compare Wolverhampton to national and regional average as well as our nearest neighbours (where data is available).
These are thematic JSNA reports which aim to undertake a more detailed review of a topic. This includes developing a comprehensive national and local picture of the topic based on available data including forecasting to suggest future needs of the population. It also includes a widespread programme of stakeholder engagements including service providers, service commissioners and the public. In addition, it includes a thorough evidence review to identify best practice. The aim of these reports is to identify gaps in service provision and knowledge to inform recommendations to bridge these gaps.
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The following section contains interactive JSNA reports to explore the data further.
Turning data into intelligence that is truly Joint and Strategic. Joint partners from across the City are bringing together data and linking records (e.g. golden record within Council, Insight shared care record across health economy). Strategic analysis must facilitate longer term forward planning – a shift away from descriptive statistics, towards predictive analytics, modelling, and population segmentation to shape the integration of new service models around people’s needs.
The following section contains evidence briefings to support decision-making.
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