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    Reach a capacity increase to achieve 85% Pre-Covid Efficiency Levels

    According to The Kings Fund, Covid-19 is the greatest challenge that the health and care system have faced in living memory, so it is essential that the lessons learned from this experience, either from the rapid progress made in digitization and transformation the provision of services, the extraordinary contributions of millions of employees and volunteers, or the deficiencies and inequalities that were highlighted become the platform for sustainable transformation that allows being prepared for health crises of this kind simultaneously allowing to return to the levels of time and care that were had before the pandemic or even exceeded.
     

     
    That is why now, with the 2021-22 priority plan, to try and address the issue not from the analysis of what happened in the health sector, where care professionals responded with the highest dedication and outstanding skills, but from proactivity seeking the incentive for productivity and the development of constant improvements that are replicable to any hospital or NHS trust.
     
    More than a year after the start of this pandemic and having treated more than 390K people with COVID-19 and 275K following their cancer treatments, the challenges to restore the previous levels of care are still present, being the surgical waiting lists the predominant indicator of the metric, for which 5 priority areas have been developed where efforts and investments will be focused.
     
    This priority plan emphasizes the fact that to achieve these goals or objectives and restore service and delays, it will be necessary to do things differently, joining forces through strategic partnerships and with great dedication to digitization and building on what we have learned during the pandemic to transform the delivery of services. That is why the government has agreed with an overall financial settlement for the NHS providing an additional £6.6bn + £1.5bn for Covid-19 Costs and £1.5bn funding has been allocated for elective recovery.
     
    “Providers should maximise the use of and potential benefits of e-rostering, giving staff better control and visibility of their working patterns, supporting service improvements and the most effective deployment of staff. Providers are asked to show how they intend to meet the highest level of attainment as set out by our ‘meaningful use standards’ for e-job planning and e-rostering.” NHS 21/22 P&OPG
     

    Building on what we have learned during the pandemic to transform the delivery of services

     
    It is at this point where IoT-RTLS technology plays a critical and priority role in the development of processes with high-performance workflows that go beyond restoration, reaching transformation points never seen before in the health sector.
     
    In this NHS document, they also mention that “over the next 2 months they will explore with system leaders and Independent Sector providers evolved mechanisms for effective working, contracting and planning to establish how we can most effectively use Independent Sector capacity to support recovery over the next two to three years” and, in conjunction with the new standards in patient flow management, solutions such as ORVital® provide unique and crucial support for the transformation of the Surgical Block, improving backlogs, obtaining indisputable Data and building Management Intelligence for hospitals to go further than goals.
     
    In pursuit of this transformation, the NHS mentions in the document again that they will seek support systems that can identify and develop innovative and transformative approaches to restore activity to pre-pandemic levels, with mechanisms to ensure that the knowledge generated can be applied across the NHS and, MYSPHERA® is, without a doubt, one of the strategic allies in 50+ hospitals where the efficiency of the surgical blocks has reached figures ranging from +15% to + 40% depending on the type of procedures performed providing acute data for process-automation thru maximum patient-journey visibility on real-time for decision making.
     
    If you are interested in knowing how we can achieve these numbers and the operating model of our system so that your institution can apply to the 120% fund of tariff rates scheme, please do not hesitate to request a video call where we will show you in real-time the demo of ORVital® and, we can support your institution building a tailor-made business case and a simulator of your further performance: info@mysphera.com

    By: Mireya Lázaro

    07/04/2021

    MYSPHERA