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1. What are the existing barriers to data sharing in context of integrated primary care teams and what is required to address these (and whose job is it)?

2. What specifically can ICS leaders do to support primary care with data expertise, capacity and training?

3. How is data being used to deliver population health management, what different approaches to segmentation are being taken, and what’s the evidence around what works?

4. How radical should we be about data sharing beyond the NHS to help address wider determinants of health, and what are the barriers to this? 



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Top 10 questions that general practice managers would like know. Add your ideas to my list PLEASE

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IG and data governance - transform the mindset from "prevent everything" to "support change"

How can we gently work with data governance to stop them seeing their role as prison warders in a hjigh security jail. Towards one where there listne, encourage and support the usage of data form system change and improvement?  

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