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Are you winter ready?

12 October 2015

“The higher number of patients waiting to be admitted into a hospital bed from A&E than in previous years points not only to patients being admitted when they are sicker, but also to pressure on beds in other parts of hospitals. This leads to disruption in the flow of patients though A&E. Delays in discharging … Continue reading “Are you winter ready?”

Case study: Solent NHS Trust

1 March 2015

Solent NHS Trust commissioned beautiful information to provide an external review of the information team’s structure, strategy and work plan and to identify how the reporting framework could move from historic data analysis to the provision of real time intelligence.  We commissioned this work because of beautiful information’s success in developing real time intelligence within … Continue reading “Case study: Solent NHS Trust”

Consultant Outcomes

21 November 2014

Publishing consultant outcomes should be, well…simple, shouldn’t it?  We have the data, we have guidance on what to publish and we have the means to publish it, but in between there’s a whole spectrum of how to get this simple process wrong. Not least of all by getting the backs up of all our consultants … Continue reading “Consultant Outcomes”

The Age of Engagement

13 November 2014

Having worked in the NHS for nearly 9 years, I’ve often thought if there was job that I would like to do. The answer is (mostly), ‘I would love to be a Doctor’. Although this is probably a simplistic view, I just think being able to help people who need care is an amazing gift. I’m … Continue reading “The Age of Engagement”

The Analysis Mansion

3 November 2014

Data Architecture is often overlooked in informatics as something that is dull and ‘for geeks’.  Far too often the source and structure of the data is side-lined to focus on trends and reporting.  However, in my opinion (and it may well only be my opinion) if data architecture is improved, the analysis of information will … Continue reading “The Analysis Mansion”