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Seeing further ahead

With a few extra sessions, the service managers swear they can cope with the bed pressures and meet the targets this month. But are they on course for next month, and the month after? How can you tell? Can you assure the Board?

Treat more patients for less money

Here are three practical things you need to do to make it happen.

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Blog posts

Why does the NHS always need extra capacity?

  • July 28th, 2015

  • by Rob Findlay

Is the NHS always short of capacity because it's always short of money? Perhaps not. Waiting list initiatives and a reliance on 'extra' suggest that something else is going on.

Planning a hospital for constant capacity – a worked example

  • March 16th, 2016

  • by Rob Findlay

In principle, we can plan the hospital to smooth out expensive peaks and troughs in capacity. In practice we need to apply some common sense too.

Modelling complex patient pathways

  • January 7th, 2016

  • by Rob Findlay

Clinical pathways don't always run in straight lines. Here is how you can model even quite complex pathways quickly and easily using Gooroo Planner.