Acute Care2019-02-07T14:17:27+00:00

Acute Care

We have a track record of supporting our customers to effectively respond to operational and in-year challenges and designing and delivering strategic responses to wider system challenges.

In our health economy, acute care providers are the cornerstone of secondary and tertiary care. They continue to face quality, financial, demand, estate and workforce challenges that need to be addressed in the short term, whilst simultaneously they are working with system partners to transform service provision and ensure long term sustainability of the health and social care system.

Clearly, this is adding to the already difficult balancing act between meeting in-year targets, running daily operations, workforce and financial challenges, and strategic planning.

How can we support you?

Attain has a track record working across the health and care sector supporting its customers to effectively respond to operational and in-year challenges, in addition to designing and delivering strategic responses to wider system challenges.

We work across the health and care sector, with individual organisations and across partner organisations, on various clinical and care priorities.

Our services will help you address your pressing delivery priorities:

  • Patient flow – operational performance, winter planning, activity shift and outreach

  • Demand modelling and management – demand and capacity modelling, scenario modelling, risk stratification

  • Workforce – modelling, design and development

  • Clinical networks, service and pathway redesign – including analysis, business case development and delivery of transformation

  • CIP planning and delivery and cost base analysis

  • Corporate function design and planning – estate optimisation and procurement and contract management

Our services will help you address your strategic priorities:

  • Whole system strategy, partnership and leadership development, including brokering and facilitation

  • End to end population, activity and performance analysis (strategic planning to delivery)

  • Whole system clinical model development, across acute providers and between acute providers and their wider health and local authority partners

  • New payment models

  • Strategic workforce analysis and design

  • Strategic estate optimisation

Breaking the deadlock, start somewhere…

Effective Transformation is:

  • Driven by clinical population need
  • Founded on system partnership, to foster integrated and personalised care

  • Based on the principles of integrated care and partnerships – shared outcomes, budgets and risk

  • Deliverable, manageable and measurable