Gooroo Planner doesn’t take sides. It lays out the pressures (and lack of pressures) just as it finds them, so that managers and clinicians can take decisions and set priorities in the light of the best available evidence.

But Gooroo Planner does more than give you a common language – it builds collaboration into the planning process so you can share your modelling with anyone, and control how it is used according to the situation.

So if you are doing collaborative work with close colleagues, you can give everyone permission to edit the master copy, and Gooroo Planner keeps an audit trail of changes so that everyone can see their effect on the bottom line. If you are sharing more widely, then you might give people permission to make their own local copies of the modelling and work on those instead. Or if you are sharing with a broader audience for information only, you can just let people look at the modelling but nothing more.


A whole host of features...

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

  • Share models with anyone.

  • Control whether they can edit the master copy, or make their own copy, or not.

  • Keeps an audit trail of edits.

  • Includes simple financial models for income and cost, to bring financial and operational planning together.

Blog posts

Sharing reports: now with better control and collaboration

  • March 20th, 2013

  • by Rob Findlay

Gooroo Planner has always had collaboration tools built-in, but now everyone can collaborate directly on the master plan.

Winter Planning – No Surprises?

  • July 15th, 2015

  • by Rob Findlay

A guest post by Jonathon Fagge, who has been through five winter planning seasons as an NHS Commissioner – three as a Director and two as CEO. He asks two big questions: how could it be done better, and why isn't it?