We help clients develop a clear vision of how they want to deliver healthcare; one that is driven by efficiency, patient experience and clinical best practice.
Using robust modelling tools, we turn raw data into a sophisticated analysis of what the demand for healthcare is in a given community, contrasting this with the existing capacity to determine where the gaps exist.
We review and develop our client’s approach to healthcare delivery, considering, amongst other things, clinical best practice, future technologies, financial constraints and organisational preference. We focus on increasing effectiveness and minimising potential anxieties throughout the patient journey.
The output of demand and capacity analysis and development of the Model of Care is a determination of what infrastructure is needed to address the gaps in the provision of healthcare. Our resulting activity model and functional programme describes the required systemic and unitary healthcare capacity.
Our modelling tools review in detail the existing healthcare estate; we map how services are configured across one or more sites and model different options for reconfiguration. This opens up the possibility of realising efficiencies and maximising potential return on investment.
To complement the development of the Model of Care, we establish the organisational structure, identifying necessary roles and skill-sets required to support clinical delivery.