Healthcare Consultancy

Get the processes and tools to deliver better care more efficiently

Are you looking to define a new data strategy or improve an existing one?

Our strategic and technical consultancy is ideal for you.

With more than 20 years’ experience working across all health economies, we understand your requirements and constraints like no one else. We have expertise across the data management landscape, from legacy data to emerging trends and Big Data.

We’re therefore uniquely placed to act as a sounding board and make considered recommendations – always with an achievable roadmap and realistic, sustainable outcomes.

Our consultancy focuses on the three key ingredients: people, process and technology. We work with you to identify opportunities to streamline and automate, with the goal of increasing productivity and efficiency while using data to improve patient care.

As a result, we empower you to achieve more with less, get your data working more efficiently, free up your analysts to analyse and relieve pressure on your overstretched resources.

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‘It can be very easy for a project to progress without having proper foundations, which can only spell trouble later during a project. Insource helped us to avoid such a situation.’
Janet King, Director of Informatics, Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

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FUTURE-PROOF YOUR DATA STRATEGY
STREAMLINE OPERATIONAL PROCESSES
GAIN SUSTAINABLE CONTROL OF YOUR PATHWAYS
GET MORE VALUE FROM YOUR EXISTING SYSTEMS AND PEOPLE
IMPROVE DATA CONSISTENCY AND RELIABILITY
ENSURE COMPLETE CONTINUITY OF REPORTING

Case Studies

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A selection of our clients

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