Ethos plan a significant contribution to the population health improvement agenda. We will achieve this by co-developing a digital Learning Health System – Symphonia. We aim to overcome the traditional human barriers to change by providing health communities with a new generation of collaborative place-based transformation capabilities.
Simulation is used to translate multi-source intelligence and knowledge into digital prototypes of healthcare systems. A risk-free test environment is created where transformation teams can make collective decisions which reflect the dynamic complexities of modern change programmes. Two previously unattainable goals become a reality:
- Securing system-wide consensus and ownership of local transformation plans
- Continuously learning from each other’s success and changing/adapting over time.
Digital technology can then make these capabilities available – scaleably and cost-effectively.
Digital technology can unlock the power of system-wide knowledge and continuous learning to drive system-wide transformation – locally and regionallyNational Clinical Lead for the RCGP Centre for Commissioning