Jagdeep works within the Integration Analytics team which undertakes analyses to support integrated planning by defining and profiling cohorts of the population. He also works on a variety of projects across a wide range of sectors requiring descriptive analysis, data modelling, evaluation and analytical consultancy.
Jagdeep has worked in the NHS for over 10 years and has experience within the field of analytics across national, regional, commissioning, acute and mental health provider settings. He has experience in managing and delivering collaborative projects working with academic institutes and private sector organisations.
He has spent earlier years of his career working on a variety of analytical projects supporting commissioners and providers. His work involved, amongst other things, conducting quantitative needs assessment by assessing current needs and estimating future needs and using modelling techniques to estimate the impact of a variety of primary care initiatives on acute utilisation.
Jagdeep developed a keen interest in quality improvement during his time at the West Midlands Quality Observatory where he played a key part in delivering GP Quality Profiles for every GP Practice in England. He has also provided analytical support directly to the National Quality Board executive team during the NHS transition period between 2011-2012 and has developed methods for quality surveillance which led to a publication in the British Medical Journal for Quality & Safety.
Most recently he has lead a collaborative project exploring machine learning methods and assessing real world application to develop a risk stratification model for Mental Health as part of the National Test Bed programme. He has also provided practical support to wave 1 Integrated Improved Access to Psychological Therapies sites across England on how to conduct local evaluations. As an analyst Jagdeep is a keen advocate of using robust analysis to support decision making processes. He strives to ensure that his analysis or advice can be used to support real change.