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 Health and social care 

 Supporting current operations  and  delivering future change  through the adoption of digitally enabled Integrated Care 

Innovation and improvement

Data and

insight

Finance and

automation

Integrated care

systems

Ways we can work with you:

  • Strategic direction setting and decision support: We will help determine your future service strategies, care models, service design, technology requirements and delivery plans.

  • Selecting the right solutions: We can support in the procurement and selection of your future solutions, through expert procurement and commercial and domain support.
     

  • Delivering the solutions: We enable the successful transition to future solutions through the management of effective programmes; that assure the technical delivery and support the effective adoption of new business processes.
     

  • Delivering business benefits: We ensure the benefits to your business of any new solution are fully realised; by supporting you to deliver effective business change and adoption of business process improvements.

 Visit out Integrated Care Hub 

 in partnership with Integrated Healthcare Properties 
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 Our publications 

Getting the most out of video-calling applications


Covid-19 is placing increased pressures on vulnerable chlildren and adults, while also significantly impacting the way social workers are able to interact with them. In this guidance, we have laid out best practice measures for virtual communications during the Covid-19 lockdown measures, as well as a handy checklist for practitioners and social workers. Read the full guide here




How AI meets social care: Introduction


Produced in association with Socitm, this guidance addresses four key issues with respect to the adoption of AI technologies in social care. How AI meets social care will be a useful resource for all those considering how to best harness the opportunities presented by AI, to stimulate conversations, and to make the case for these technologies being a key enabler in improvement.




How AI meets social care: Trust


Produced in association with Socitm. At the heart of all good relationships lies trust. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the realm of social care, a sector in which trusting relationships are critical to achieving the most beneficial outcomes for service users. The first in our series of four guides on 'How AI meets social care', this guide considers how to build trust in advocating and introducing AI.




How AI meets social care: Professional practice


Produced in association with Socitm. Human interaction, observation, relationships and decision-making are integral to the performance of social work. AI technologies provide a tool to augment and enable more personalised and effective care, rather than to replace those working within it; discussed in the second of our four AI guides.





 Our work in health and social care 

Getting the most out of video-calling applications


Covid-19 is placing increased pressures on vulnerable chlildren and adults, while also significantly impacting the way social workers are able to interact with them. In this guidance, we have laid out best practice measures for virtual communications during the Covid-19 lockdown measures, as well as a handy checklist for practitioners and social workers. Read the full guide here




How AI meets social care: Introduction


Produced in association with Socitm, this guidance addresses four key issues with respect to the adoption of AI technologies in social care. How AI meets social care will be a useful resource for all those considering how to best harness the opportunities presented by AI, to stimulate conversations, and to make the case for these technologies being a key enabler in improvement.




How AI meets social care: Trust


Produced in association with Socitm. At the heart of all good relationships lies trust. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the realm of social care, a sector in which trusting relationships are critical to achieving the most beneficial outcomes for service users. The first in our series of four guides on 'How AI meets social care', this guide considers how to build trust in advocating and introducing AI.




How AI meets social care: Professional practice


Produced in association with Socitm. Human interaction, observation, relationships and decision-making are integral to the performance of social work. AI technologies provide a tool to augment and enable more personalised and effective care, rather than to replace those working within it; discussed in the second of our four AI guides.





 Health and social care 

 key service areas 

Data

Integrated Care

Systems

Technology

Enabled Care

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Have a question or would like to know more about our 2021 Graduate Programme please get in touch here.

Our Health and social care lead, Russ Charlesworth, will be happy to help answer any of your questions about Health and social care!

 Who to contact 

 Russ Charlesworth, Health and social care lead 

SOCITM ADVISORY LIMITED

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