Our dedicated mental health team are highly skilled in helping you to realise the art of the possible. We work with you to understand your challenges, develop tailor-made solutions and deliver efficiencies that fit the changing needs within the mental health landscape.
- We believe that mental health should be a priority
- We aspire to promote mental health and wellbeing, reduce stigma and improve outcomes for our populations
- We believe in equality of access to good quality mental health care for everyone
Using the Mental Health Services Data Set (MHSDS), together with population profiling, our modelling expertise provides you with insights to support your planning assumptions and demand response.
Enabling you to be confident that your system is appropriately designed and operating to deliver your performance at a system level. We use innovative approaches and high-quality project management to deliver sustainable change.
Delivering successful system-wide change and pathway redesign by collaborating with colleagues to respond to regulatory requirements at pace.
Understanding the challenges and developing solutions, reviews and evaluations to inform potential service redesign or remodelling. We support you to consider your progress against LTP objectives, inequalities in access, and demand and capacity requirements.
Our team’s thorough understanding of the health and social care landscape enables us to drive strategic transformation and harness the benefits from increased collaboration, for example across Provider Collaboratives, ICBs, ICS, Regional and National policy/objectives.
Using an assortment of methodologies to gather rich and viable data to support project delivery and service transformation. We have extensive experience in engaging with a variety of stakeholders, including, patients and members of the public, NHS colleagues, Local Authority, and VCSE.
Clinical quality and outcomes
Using the best available evidence to support planning and service improvement, our team work alongside frontline colleagues and commissioners to ensure the patient voice is included and outcomes are meaningful to the population.
Using workforce subject matter experts, we consider workforce profiles and respond to the changing needs of the mental health workforce. Examples include reviewing the skills mix, national workforce agendas and suitability of models to meet the needs of the service and to meet the population’s needs.
By comparing services, metrics and processes, we are better able to understand and inform best practice for you. Thorough data collection and analysis are carried out by our experienced colleagues.