Case studies

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Is North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS FT's business intelligence fit for purpose?

To overcome a lack of information on Business Intelligence (BI), we looked at an organisation-wide strategy for North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS FT. They needed to ensure that their BI was aligned to the business and meeting the strategic goals for the hospital both for today and for tomorrow.

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Leading communications and engagement for BOB ICS

Using consistent messaging and sharing good practice, our communications and engagement team helped to minimise the impact of COVID-19 across Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West (BOB). Establishing a communications network and coordinating a system-wide COVID-19 response resulted in clear messaging between key stakeholders and the general public.  

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Integrated urgent care improvements driven by new system-wide contract

Delivery of urgent and emergency care (UEC) services in Hampshire, Isle of Wight (HIOW) and Surrey Heath was fragmented with separately operating 111 contracts. To meet the national requirements to join up the system a new type of contract was introduced, with the support of the SCW contracting team. The aim was to provide a more integrated experience and a better service for patients. 

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Executive coaching for BOB ICS Senior Leadership Team

We were commissioned to provide 1-2-1 coaching for executive and senior leaders to enhance their impact in leading the change and development process. Over half of the Senior Management Team (SMT) leaders took the opportunity for executive coaching support and many chose to extend the coaching relationship after completion of the original sessions.

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Supporting Cancer Alliance to deliver early diagnosis programmes

To help meet the NHS Long Term Plan objective for 75% of all cancers diagnosed at an early stage, we created user-friendly reporting solutions. These offer easy accessibility and usability in the context required for Primary Care Networks.

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Building an integrated strategy to deliver person-centred care in Kent and Medway

Kent and Medway ICS Partnership’s core objective was to deliver integrated person-centred care. Social inequalities were a particular focus. They needed advanced intelligence to achieve this. Only through the use of integrated data would they find the insight they needed. Insight to focus on their challenges of wellbeing, prevention, and targeted personal care models.

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Co-producing a system leadership development programme to deepen STP/ICS collaboration

Working with the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Sustainability & Transformation Partnership (BNSSG STP), we co-produced a system leadership development programme to help them tackle their most wicked system problems. 

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Developing a prostate cancer dashboard

In 2020, South West Cancer Alliances commissioned SCW to create an online data entry tool and to develop their prostate cancer dashboard in a Power BI format. The purpose is to improve current prostate cancer diagnostic pathways and reduce variation across the South West of England.

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Helping Greater Manchester exceed the 85% national vaccine uptake target

Our IMS Regional Improving Immunisation Uptake Support Team helped Greater Manchester Partnership identify housebound individuals who required delivery of the COVID-19 vaccination at home, helping them achieve an overall uptake percentage of greater than 90% in age groups 70+.

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How did Northern Lincolnshire and Goole (NLaG) NHS FT deliver its digital ambitions?

To help NLAG to overcome its financial crisis, we were commissioned to develop a strategy to show how digital transformation could take them into a high quality, sustainable future.

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Rolling out free blood pressure checks in community pharmacies

Cardiovascular disease is recognised as a silent killer, with 4.8 million people living in the UK undiagnosed. The condition is highly manageable with medication. Looking for a way to combat this lack of awareness, NHSEI wanted to test a new model of care. Community pharmacists would provide free blood pressure checks for those over 40. People with hypertension would then be referred to their GP for management.  

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Improving personalisation in maternity care

To deliver the national Maternity Transformation Programme (MTP) NHSE/I looked for appropriate partners. SCW was asked to support the development of their personalisation and choice workstream.