Analytics specialist forges partnership to deliver solutions to healthcare sector

June 12, 2023

VUIT COO Adam Townsend working with Marianne Davey, Head of Academy at the Black Country Integrated Care Board.

VUIT COO Adam Townsend working with Marianne Davey, Head of Academy at the Black Country Integrated Care Board.

A North Staffordshire data analytics specialist that is helping the NHS save money and providing a vital service to healthcare providers has joined forces with three other innovative businesses to showcase its expertise.

VUIT has formed the Integrated Improvement Partnership (IIP) with Develop ConsultingClick2 learn and Innovative Online Products in order to provide comprehensive data driven population health solutions, from evaluation to implementation.

The new partnership will be unveiled when the four companies exhibit at the NHS ConfedExpo2023, which is taking place at Manchester Central on June 14 and 15. It is expected to attract around 5,000 people, the majority of whom are healthcare leaders and managers.

VUIT, based at Keele University, has created a unique online portal with customisable visuals providing masses of health and social care on anything from A&E activity and performance to deprivation and mental health.

It was only launched in May last year but has already won contracts with organisations including Black Country Integrated Care System and Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust.


VUIT Chief Operating Officer Adam Townsend said: “The opportunity for VUIT to be part of the IIP partnership has come at such a pivotal moment for us as a business.

“To know we can offer a suite of solutions, from trusted partners, across all the key areas of support our growing customer base requires gives us huge confidence for the future.

“The fact that, as founders of VUIT, we began our journey in healthcare consulting with Develop, and have remained in close contact with them as VUIT has grown, means the relationship is already really mature operationally.

“Our joint offer to the NHS now speaks to the whole breadth of the significant challenges it is currently facing around resource and demand.

“The need to deliver services within an incredibly tight financial envelope, not to mention the lack of clinical and medical staff, means that the requirement for transformation of services and delivery of partnership driven preventative activity has never been greater.

“IIP can help NHS organisations make sense of this, at pace with the VUIT diagnostic tools, support their teams with consultancy and advice and train them through their primary care and wider provider landscape.”

Original article from the Daily Focus.

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