The Healthcare Transformation Tracker is a market intelligence and planning tool offering fast and easy access to healthcare transformation priorities and objectives, key personnel and organisations specific to your business; enabling you to gain richer insights and engagement with your customers.
As sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) become integrated care systems, and an increasing number of clinical commissioning groups form working alliances, keeping ahead of the ever-changing NHS is fast becoming a full-time job in itself.
To help you, Wilmington Healthcare has produced the Healthcare Transformation Tracker.
The Healthcare Transformation Tracker gives you unprecedented access to the latest developments and insight into how the NHS landscape is changing at a local level.
Take the time and stress out of data collection, analysis and reporting by combining the Healthcare Transformation Tracker with other data sources:
Stay on top of the new arrangements for procurement and changes to product use under GIRFT
Understand each commissioning area’s aspirations and keep abreast of their developments and priorities to position your offering effectively
Understand the changing stakeholder map as decision-making units cross territorial and care sector boundaries and virtual groupings crop up
Understand how NHS transformation affect budgets, formulary decisions and procurement
Truly engage customers by understanding their operating models, needs, language, priorities and objectives
Compare local health economies and identify those with the greatest capability to adopt change – optimise your efforts around your most profitable customers
Identify market opportunities and unmet needs and focus your territory key account plans with confidence
Locate and contact key decision makers and influencers within the NHS
Pinpoint relevant information from key NHS plans quickly and easily to help you define opportunities and inform conversation
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