HCCG and The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (“THH”) have experienced on-going pressure at the front end of the urgent care system for some time.

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We have worked with a number of Acute Provider Trusts & CCGs undertaking formal capacity modelling to help them understand bed base requirements and the impact of proposed changes to patient flows.

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The Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) program was initially developed to address a range of observed and undesirable variations in Orthopaedic Surgery.

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Methods Analytics designed and developed tools and research required to execute a data driven market access strategy, successful engagement and continued growth in market share.

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We use the latest predictive modelling, AI and statistical methodologies to bring meaning to data, together with our national patient level data assets, working with you to inform decisions and drive improvement.

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GP Access required a new data architecture, to enable storage of an existing data set and the ability to upload data from GP practices from a variety of clinical systems.

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The CCG was overloaded with datasets, spending a lot of time collating data from various sources for analysis. They required assistance in navigating the vast flows of data that the NHS generates & had a requirement to access this data through an online platform & automated reports.

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Sanandco developed a device that monitors patient vitals easily without the need to enter any data manually.

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The core aims for this project were to deliver an information portal which will support the delivery of quality assurance across all aspects of NHS England’s specialised commissioning by providing evidence and insight to decision makers.

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HCCG and The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (“THH”) have experienced on-going pressure at the front end of the urgent care system for some time.

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Sanandco developed a device that monitors patient vitals easily without the need to enter any data manually.

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The Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) program was initially developed to address a range of observed and undesirable variations in Orthopaedic Surgery.

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Methods Analytics designed and developed tools and research required to execute a data driven market access strategy, successful engagement and continued growth in market share.

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Methods Analytics designed and developed tools and research required to execute a data driven market access strategy, successful engagement and continued growth in market share.

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We were asked to work alongside the DVLA’s existing MIBI team to collaboratively develop functionality through a series of Proof of Concepts (PoCs) that would enable the DVLA to build a Strategic MIBI Data Platform.

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DE&S needed to design, develop and implement a self-service reporting capability to provide analysis of key business data sets across the organisation.

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Sanandco developed a device that monitors patient vitals easily without the need to enter any data manually.

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The aim of the project was to migrate all relevant data from the legacy system without any degradation of Kent Police’s operational capacity.

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The CCG was overloaded with datasets, spending a lot of time collating data from various sources for analysis. They required assistance in navigating the vast flows of data that the NHS generates & had a requirement to access this data through an online platform & automated reports.

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We use the latest predictive modelling, AI and statistical methodologies to bring meaning to data, together with our national patient level data assets, working with you to inform decisions and drive improvement.

Learn More

The core aims for this project were to deliver an information portal which will support the delivery of quality assurance across all aspects of NHS England’s specialised commissioning by providing evidence and insight to decision makers.

Learn More

GP Access required a new data architecture, to enable storage of an existing data set and the ability to upload data from GP practices from a variety of clinical systems.

Learn More