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Community trusts – unified data for shared care

In the NHS there is vast array of disparate data in different formats across the healthcare eco system. Community services are a prime example, with care given in multiple locations and by a wide variety of carers from district nurses to mental health professionals, to physiotherapists, GPs and health visitors…. Each of these groupings have their own data recording and output needs. 

At Insource we help improve operational performance and deliver shared care by providing quality, unified data that is normalised and standardised so healthcare workers can compare like-with-like. All reports and national returns can be automated, saving vast amounts of time, and this consolidated, single source of data enables the move from single entity, trust-based care to shared care across the community or an ICS.

Integrated community services and reporting

  • Unified data platform for joined-up patient care
  • Community and mental health input to shared care record
  • Managing performance with accurate data
  • Complete CSDS and Urgent Response Dataset
  • Population health and ICS data sharing
  • Collaborative partnerships with local authorities and voluntary organisations
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Sophie, Senior Business Consultant

Data is the new oil – and while the NHS has lots of data most of it is unstructured, or even bad data, with much duplication across disparate data sets in multiple formats with little or no reconciliation between each. What we need is a single consolidated version of the truth for effective decision-making throughout the hospital, across the community and ultimately the ICS.”

Lee Rickles, CIO Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

Sophie, Senior Business Consultant

Data is the new oil – and while the NHS has lots of data most of it is unstructured, or even bad data, with much duplication across disparate data sets in multiple formats with little or no reconciliation between each. What we need is a single consolidated version of the truth for effective decision-making throughout the hospital, across the community and ultimately the ICS.”

Lee Rickles, CIO Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

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Unified data platform for joined-up patient care

The Insource data platform provides a single, consolidated picture of each patient’s end-to-end journey, merged from multiple sources across the region, representing data from different organisations, and from different health and care professionals. This unified, fully validated source of the truth enables streamlined care, quicker handovers, less duplicated effort and reduces potential patient harm.

Community and mental health input to shared care record

This single, fully validated source of operational data provides automated input of community and mental health pathway data into the wider regional shared care record to enable professionals to deliver consistent, joined-up care whether the patient is in hospital, at a GP surgery or in any other care facility.

Managing performance with accurate data

The Insource data platform consolidates data from disparate source systems to deliver a unified source of near real-time data for operational management, analytics and reporting. Data accuracy is vital to underpin decisions in resource assignment, finance allocations and performance measures. The Insource solution shows patient pathways, highlights bottlenecks and enables trusts to get the right people to the right place to improve care.

Complete CSDS and Community Urgent Response Dataset

The automatic creation of Community Services Data Sets (CSDS) from the Insource unified data layer (UDL) requires zero manpower, saves untold time and effort, and ensures on-time, accurate submissions. Detailed Community Urgent Response Datasets for measurement against 2-hour and 2-day response standards are an integral part of the full CSDS submission.

Managing performance with accurate data

The Insource data platform consolidates data from disparate source systems to deliver a unified source of near real-time data for operational management, analytics and reporting. Data accuracy is vital to underpin decisions in resource assignment, finance allocations and performance measures. The Insource solution shows patient pathways, highlights bottlenecks and enables trusts to get the right people to the right place to improve care.

Complete CSDS and Community Urgent Response Dataset

The automatic creation of Community Services Data Sets (CSDS) from the Insource unified data layer (UDL) requires zero manpower, saves untold time and effort, and ensures on-time, accurate submissions. Detailed Community Urgent Response Datasets for measurement against 2-hour and 2-day response standards are an integral part of the full CSDS submission.

Population health and ICS data sharing

The core of any journey towards population health must begin with accurate consolidated data for analytics and trend identification. At Insource accurate unified data is in our DNA and our UDL enables the sharing of this data across the hospital, trust or ICS. Good data literally saves lives. Good data can provide input into shared care plans and a unified data layer is a vital platform for the establishment of effective ICSs.

Collaborative partnerships with local authorities and voluntary organisations

Whilst the vision of ICSs is to build collaborative partnerships to aid the whole care cycle from referral, to diagnosis, to treatment, to rehabilitation in the community, sharing of data across these services presents a huge challenge. At Insource we’re up for this challenge and already work with acute, community, mental health and independent providers and, in our housing business, with housing organisations and local authorities. So, we’re ready, are you?

Our data management platform unlocked

Our powerful data management platform, with its integral unified data layer (UDL), provides an accurate, complete data foundation across the hospital, trust, or Integrated Care System (ICS) for informed decision-making, operational management, and strategic planning. Our expertise covers trusts in all sectors, both specialist and general, NHS and private, and ensures you have an easily deployable platform that can be configured to meet any local needs and delivered in bite-sized modules to match your project objectives and budget.

And our UDL can be configured to meet single requirements or fully comprehensive goals. It provides partners with the daily, specific, patient-level activity data they need to implement trust-based applications that give in-depth analytics and accurate command centre overviews.

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