Our impact

Through partnerships with NHS and non-NHS organisations, we continue to deliver against our stated purpose - supporting our customers to achieve the best possible outcomes for people, communities and populations.

Our impact in 2022

We are proud to have been able to support health and social care organisations over the past 12 months. Here are some of the key impacts we have made...

  • Tackling the climate health emergency with a best-in-class Green Plan - Delivered a joined-up Green Plan with Bath, NE Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire ICS outlining their three-year strategy towards Net Zero.

  • Digital technology to transform care pathways - Shared learning and impact of National Teledermatology Investment Programme (NTIP) in all seven NHSE regions. Engaged with 23 ICSs who were implementing digital dermatology solutions across care pathways.

  • Delivered Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs) across South West England - Dedicated governance and leadership secured the commitment and buy-in from Police, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCCs) and NHSE Commissioners in highly complex, sensitive and multi-organisational project. Procurement team recognised for award-winning work at 2022 GO National Public Procurement Awards.

  • Provision of Integrated Healthcare Services to Kent and Medway Prisons - Redesign of fragmented contractual infrastructure with NHSE in six Kent and Medway prisons to improve healthcare provision to an often forgotten and challenged part of society. Highly commended at 2022 National GO Procurement Awards.

  • Launched updated CReST children and young people mental health referral system management tool in partnership with NHSE - Outputs now enable rich discussions on current service provision, capacity, and planning for pathways and services.  Won the Innovation in Mental Health Award at the Health Business Awards Dec 22.

  • Our Digital, Data and Technology team stepped up delivery to meet demand - delivered £6.5m supplier contracts and enabled 97% of GP Practices in England to be able to consult online.  We supported:
    • 563 GP Practices
    • 30,017 GP staff
    • 46,646 devices
    • 27,289 IT users
    • 1,330 servers
  • Optimised immunisation uptake at a national and local level - Our programme management office contributed to:
    • 123 million COVID-19 vaccine doses
    • 24,144,000 infections prevented
    • 261,500 hospitalisations prevented by primary dose jabs
    • 192,900 hospitalisations prevented by booster jabs
    • 127,500 deaths prevented
  • Evaluated the success of pioneering Prehab4Cancer (P4C) programme - People who took part in P4C programme had better rates of survival after one year than those who didn't. More than £1,200 saved per person for those completing scheme because of reduced healthcare interventions. Bed days released from 1,000 colorectal prehab patients enabled 179 additional patients to access timely surgical pathways.

Read more about the impact we make in our customer success stories.

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