The National Health Service has been under intense pressure throughout the pandemic to make the best of its resources and people
Many systems and processes that have served well over many years, have been tested beyond their capacity, some have demonstrated remarkable adaptability and tenacity.
We agree that achieving the five goals set out to guide technology and systems development will deliver significant benefit throughout the NHS. However, this will only be the case if the goals can be delivered to a sufficient quality and in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Where appropriate Responsiv follow our “Jigsaw Adoption Methodology” to build adaptable solutions for emergency services and large, disparate organisations that need to fund and benefit locally while building a national capability.
The principles that guide our work with NHS organisations are
Keep it simple: Keeping it simple means that solutions should be intuitive to operate, leverage existing skills, and solve one problem at a time. Each solution is considered to be a building block that is assembling a national solution based on delivering local value.
Be Effective: Solutions must satisfy the immediate needs while assembling a cohesive and consistent solution. Consider the national need as well as the local problem.
Be Distinctive: Responsiv “specialise” in on-time delivery to a defined quality. We believe in sharing delivery risk and providing thought leadership as well as working as a team.
University Hospital Birmingham
The solution provides a foundation for new process development, including bed and patent discharge management, expenses, learning applications, work related incidents, and more...
NHS Supply Chain
Sussex Healthcare Trust
NHS General Strategy
To empower the person (and where appropriate their carer) to maintain their own health, manage their illness or recovery, and interact with the NHS in a way that improves convenience and effectiveness for the individual and their clinical team.
Integrate the Health and Care System
Better Management Information
Build the Future
A secure network infrastructure that protects patient data from user carelessness and criminal cyber attack, ensuring the availability of critical systems in an NHS that is now dependent upon information technology to function, as was shown by the recent global cyber attack.
A patient security layer that enables a patient to securely identify themselves and access the information the NHS holds on them, gives them the ability to control the circumstances under which the NHS can access their data, and makes it possible them to see who has accessed their record and thereby assure themselves that their wishes are being honoured.