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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

The problem with annual planning

  • August 14th, 2017

  • by Rob Findlay

In theory, the NHS has highly sophisticated processes for finance and activity planning. In practice they are rather less polished. So here are two changes that would transform planning for the better.

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?