Bringing together world class analytical and digital teams to help improve healthcare in the UK
Our ambition - healthcare analytics with a digital twist
We are working in healthcare analytics in two main spaces; secondary care mental health and in large joined up data sets (e.g. One London LHCRE). Our experience across primary and secondary data means that we are well placed to answer the bigger questions on Transformation and Organisational Design.
The 'digital twist' is that we are looking for opportunities where we can build digital solutions - ie going beyond the analytics. And in 2020 we've reacted to the Coronavirus Crisis by building HelpMyStreet.org - showcasing our capabilities.
Using data to improve mental health
Mental Health is a huge issue in this country in both the primary and secondary care setting.
At Factor 50 we work with Trusts to use their data to make better informed decisions; from Organisation Transformation to the assessment of various Interventions.
An integrated view is key
Health and Social Care are starting to be lead and organised in a more joined up way.
And at Factor 50 we bring our experience of both primary and secondary care data to:
work on patient centric integrated data projects (e.g. LHCREs)
and also look to involve both primary and secondary care data when evaluating strategies and making recommendations to Trust leaders.
2020 update: HelpMyStreet.org
Our response to the Covid Crisis :- a national platform to make it safe and easy to help your neighbour
Until March 2020 we were happy working with our healthcare partners. Then this Coronavirus Crisis hit. We wanted to do something meaningful to help the situation.
We spotted that street level volunteer groups (= Mutual Aid Groups) were popping up all over the place, but were using whatever technology they had to hand (whatsapp, facebook, excel). None of these were ideal - none checked ID, none managed tasks, none looked after data.
So we created HelpMyStreet - a non-profit platform for the whole country to use, to make it safe and easy to help your neighbour.
It was a huge team effort, driven itself by volunteers to make it happen. It is LIVE and already supporting campaigns (e.g. face coverings), charities (e.g. Age UK) and communities.