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The number of patients waiting for treatment has increased by an exponential rate across the pandemic. This and a raft of associated factors continue to affect patients’ physical and mental wellbeing.

We're in this together

As a member of the NHS family, we understand how to join the most complex dots across the NHS so we can all work better together. This unique knowledge enables us to offer fast and effective support for systems, commissioners and providers to explore the key challenges and recognise the opportunities that lie ahead across elective care:
  • System recovery governance design
  • Elective care recovery planning/support
  • Care model and pathway redesign
  • Pathway productivity improvement
  • Diagnostic transformation
We can collaborate to provide services for solutions including:
  • Digital Innovation
  • Quality in Clinical Improvement
  • Reducing Health Inequalities
  • System Integration
These solutions help connect people, patients and services with health and social care providers to prevent communities from getting ill, tackle population health inequalities and improve outcomes.

Taking a multi-dimensional approach

We recognise that no one solution will remedy all the key areas of challenge in front of us. This is why we collaborate across the health and social care landscape to support local, regional and national systems, commissioners and providers to deliver effective, long-term restoration and recovery.

This multi-faceted approach gives us local and regional insights that add value to system-level thinking. This supports national restoration, recovery and long-term financial stability, improved workforce and patient wellbeing, and helps collaboration to reduce the NHS carbon footprint.

We aren’t afraid to do things differently, which is why we are open to any approach that enables convenient access to services and health information for patients, improved collaboration between service providers and backs the NHS workforce wellbeing.

Please get in touch for information or advice to help you on the path to recovery.