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Planning healthcare is a complicated business, and no planning model is going to convince today’s operational managers just by getting the sums right. So models have to go much further, and paint a rich enough picture of every service so that managers can instinctively say “yes, that feels like life where I am”.

Gooroo Planner doesn’t only work out the activity and capacity you need – it also shows how to deliver it in compelling week-by-week charts, and even simulates the plan dynamically so you can watch it unfolding, patient by patient, over time.

Features

A whole host of features...

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

  • Visualise your plans in week by week profiles of activity, beds, theatres, clinics and waiting times.

  • Click-to-edit charting allows you to test different activity profiles interactively.

  • Shows total capacity and referral-to-treatment waiting times too.

  • Simulates elective plans patient-by-patient to show how waiting times evolve.

  • Clearly shows in compelling detail if patients are not being scheduled safely and fairly.

  • Shows how patient scheduling is influenced by each service's levels of clinical priorities, removals, cancellations and capacity.

Blog posts

Gooroo Planner upgrade: tactical activity planning for operational managers

  • November 26th, 2019

  • by Rob Findlay

Now you can edit week-by-week activity directly in the Profiling screen, and watch waiting times rise and fall as you work. This and other goodies in the latest upgrade.

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Planning healthcare in the ultimate detail

  • January 22nd, 2015

  • by Rob Findlay

You can already plan next year's capacity in one big lump. And you can break that plan down week by week. Now you can go even further, and model it patient by patient.

Transforming real waiting lists with better scheduling

  • November 15th, 2012

  • by Rob Findlay

Starting with a real consultant's waiting list, we show how a rules-based approach to patient scheduling can dramatically reduce waiting times.