We offer a range of bespoke services from data management, briefing, training, stakeholder management and engagement and value proposition.

  • Led on the development of the Hepatitis C Elimination Strategy across Greater Manchester which served as a critical foundation for the national Hepatitis C Elimination Strategy.
  • Developed the National 10 Point Plan for Nutrition and Hydration, a national programme to manage malnutrition especially in vulnerable adults, changing practice and behaviours across systems.
  • Developed new models of primary care internationally. In China we have worked across three provinces developing community service models for elderly care and in one province developing a GP pilot service. We are currently working with UN colleagues in India on developing new service models for Community Pharmacy.
  • Supported a major specialised medicine pharmaceutical company to develop its value proposition and associated interactive collateral for a market access and market growth strategy. The approach aligned its marketing of a DMT with the increasingly delegated responsibility for specialist meds at ICS level.

As a matter of course we provide comprehensive support for our clients in a range of areas such as strategic briefings, communications support, financial planning and analysis, programme and performance management and real time modelling and analytics support to name a few.

Driving transformation

Transformation requires a three-fold approach of driving awareness of the need for change, enabling that change and reinforcing what has changed. In the first case, understanding the current thoughts and behaviours, and highlighting unmet need, in the required contemplation is key. In the second case, enabling change demands identifying the opportunities for change and the key stakeholders in that endeavour. Identifying the level of support and resource required to make the change is also needed. Having committed to change, reinforcing and sustaining it through effective maintenance approaches, and optimising expectations and results is vitally important. As is a method of review.