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“Yes, I know we treated more patients than last year. But the question is: was it enough?”

You can always have the answers to hand by automating Gooroo Planner. Then your favourite demand and capacity planning scenarios refresh regularly and automatically, returning week-by-week planning profiles for your business intelligence system to share.

Gooroo Planner also connects to Insource’s Health Data Enterprise solution, so you can automate your planning without writing a single data query. Or we can help you create the data extracts directly from your own systems – it’s up to you.

Features

A whole host of features...

With every one of the benefits Gooroo offers there's also a whole host of features worth mentioning

  • Planner API automates your regular planning.

  • Set it to refresh your planning whenever you like - every quarter, every month, or every week - so your planning is always up to date with the latest developments.

  • Can run overnight with no human involvement.

  • Returns week-by-week, month-by-month, and overall plans for every service, ready for collection by your usual business information systems.

  • Full range of planning scenarios available - run all the scenarios you need.

  • Automatically shares the results with your choice of colleagues.

  • Connects to Insource’s Health Data Enterprise for consistent, automated analysis.

Blog posts
Robot typing on keyboard

Automating Gooroo capacity planning – your way

  • March 17th, 2015

  • by Rob Findlay

We've created a powerful new app that runs on your server to automate Gooroo. Here's how to use it.

Why planning should be part of performance reporting

  • May 17th, 2016

  • by Rob Findlay

Most performance reports tell you what happened, but not whether it was enough. That's a pretty big omission, and the only way to fix it is to have a plan and track your progress against it. What does that look like? And how do you actually do it?

The perfect partners: whole-hospital planning without breaches

  • April 21st, 2016

  • by Rob Findlay

Lower costs, more activity, and less fire-fighting. That's the power of planning electives and non-electives together, to achieve access standards for both, right across the hospital.