Unleashing the power of analytics as part of a wider programme to catalyse change.
The NHS is facing many challenges, particularly ensuring the right patients get the right interventions at the right time and ensuring systems are joined up to improve patient flow and deliver efficiency. The NHS and social care generate exponentially increasing amounts of data, yet few organisations exploit this data to its full potential to support quality improvement, financial sustainability or service change. CF combines our proven track record in leading change in health and care with our deep analytical capability, to support change across the full spectrum of our work supporting health and care.
We can deliver solutions across the full spectrum of analytics, from extracting and processing big data, through generating insights to using those insights to engage with the most senior of leaders. This approach is laid out below:
We can tailor our approach and support to your specific needs. The case study section gives some examples of our work.
Our web based tools to support demand, capacity and flow planning in health and care systems continue to expand their functionality.
Our Analytics tools
The tool supports a strategic approach to managing UEC demand, capacity, flow and performance. By integrating system data into a ‘single version of the truth’, it reflects interdependencies and enables joined-up planning. Using a cloud platform, users can forecast demand, test different assumptions, and see the impact on system performance.
Read more here.
At the heart of any integrated care strategy is an understanding of the local population. Our web-based analytical tool allows Practices, locality, CCG or STP teams to understand the differences in levels of resource consumptions by cohort, supporting the development new care models, enrolment of patients, and the capitated payment.
Read more here.
Our Analytics business has been recognised at the 2018 HSJ Partnership Awards, we won the award for Best Provider of Healthcare Analytics. The judges said that “this is a novel, comprehensive, evidenced and mature product which gives mental health equivalence to physical health for quantifiable data to support service optimisation.” Read more about it here.
We were shortlisted for the HTN ‘Health Tech Newspaper’ awards for innovation across health and care in the categories of ‘Impact of the Year’ and ‘Best Use of Data’
If you are interested about the work we do in our analytics service line, contact Ben or Scott for more information.
Ben Richardson Scott Bentley