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The UK’s health and care systems are facing enormous challenges.

Unprecedented demand is fuelling diagnosis and treatment backlogs, while the increasingly complex needs of an ageing population mean traditional models of health and care delivery simply don’t work anymore.

We believe there is a different way.

By supporting front-line staff and patients to make more of new technologies, we can shift the focus from reactive to preventative healthcare; speeding up diagnoses, treating and preventing more conditions in the community, and levelling up access to health and care services across our villages, towns and cities.

We have proven experience delivering innovative, connected solutions for health and care settings :

Learning Network

The network brings together clinicians, policy makers, innovators and providers from around the country to discuss key challenges facing the sector

Connected Ambulance

Transforming paramedic services in a 5G-enabled Connected Ambulance

Assisted Living

Delivering fully-remote GP consultations and assessments for patients in care homes

In-building connectivity

Advising NHS Digital on guidelines to ensure all new NHS hospitals factor in Connectivity by design

Assisted Living

For elderly or vulnerable patients, it is not always possible to travel to GP surgeries for appointments, while time pressures on healthcare providers mean home visits to monitor ongoing conditions can be challenging to fit in.

In conjunction with five local care homes, we proved that greater use of connected diagnostic tools can help GPs view and record clinical information and check vital signs remotely, in the same way they would face-to-face, helping safeguard patients during the pandemic, improving access to GPs and opening up the possibility of remote ward rounds in hospitals.

In-building connectivity

We believe improving connectivity and making smarter use of technology offer way more opportunities to improve patient care. As such, we owe it to patient and clinical communities to make sure all new buildings used to deliver health and social care services are designed with connectivity in mind. WM5G recently advised NHS Digital on the guidelines it should put in place to ensure all new NHS hospitals come with connectivity built in from day one, reducing barriers to patients and clinicians benefiting from new health technologies and providing the infrastructure we need to release efficiencies across the piece.

We Offer :

Consultancy and support on digital strategy, transformation and implementation

Experience implementing remote monitoring and diagnostic solutions

Help for organisations exploring the digital technologies underpinning delivery model transformation

Specialist advice for organisations building in connectivity to power technology solutions

Agnostic market engagement services for digital solutions that support virtual wards and assisted living solutions

Design, implementation and co-ordination of Learning Networks

Your Health and Care team

Jayne Rooke

Jayne Rooke

Health and Care Sector Lead

Jayne believes we need to change the way health and care services are delivered, making it easier to keep more people safe and well without the need to physically be in hospital settings. With over 20 years’ experience in the healthcare sector, she is inspired by the passion and enthusiasm of her fellow healthcare professionals and loves spending time working with different organisations to help solve problems and deliver on their aspirations to improve patient care. Her helicopter view of various health and care organisations allows Jayne to bring like-minded people together to share learnings, informed by a critical mass of experience that accelerates innovation, avoids known pitfalls and removes duplication from the process. With a product and solution agnostic approach, her goal is to help service providers develop systems that talk to each other and use real-time data to inform decisions, giving staff, patients and the wider public confidence they have all the information they need to support the very best patient care. If Jayne could put one thing in Room 101, it would be the tendency to exclude patients, clinicians and staff who have to use technology on day-to-day basis from product and system design, preferring a co-design approach to product/solution development.

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John Vesey

John Vesey

Health and Care Sector Lead

John believes health and care must be rooted in fairness and equality and that technology has a role to play shaping our future healthcare systems. Excited by the opportunity to support healthcare workers and those receiving care to understand their options, he is inspired by the opportunity to help all parties make better use of technology to improve services. John’s strong experience in metrics and performance management, combined with a keen focus on ensuring each technology or system deployed is useful and delivers real improvements, mean he is passionate about the importance of co-designing services and deploying technology iteratively, assessing what is and isn’t working to evolve systems as required. If he could put one thing in Room 101 it would be factory models of  health and care where everything becomes taskified or rule based. Instead, John believes creating a ‘learning care system’ – one which embraces outcomes, shares and makes sense of data and procures solutions that integrate with others by default – is key to creating a system that is accessible to all, and which constantly improves and remains useful.

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Adrian Smith

Health & Social Care Solutions Lead

Adrian believes technology holds the key to revolutionising healthcare, improving patients’ experiences and shifting the dial from reactive to preventative care. With a passion for education and training, he works closely with a wide range of health-related organisations, spotting opportunities and bringing partners together to deliver game-changing interventions. If he could put one innovation in Room 101? The motor car and, along with it, the ambulance(!), which “supports an over-centralised approach to delivering acute care, much of which could be better supported in the community.

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