The future of data in healthcare – WHJ


Looking back at how technology and data have changed the landscape of our lives over the past two decades is quite astounding. From how we interact with our families and friends to how we carry out our daily duties - the digital boom of the 21st century has revolutionised every corner of our lives.

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The integration of data into our personal decision-making has been so universal, that we no longer see it for what it is. Why are we not using data to help drive our business decisions?


Have you asked yourself how much of what you do is a data driven decision? Matt Thompson explores why we struggle to use data in our work lives

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WEBINAR: Overview of data-sets in England and how they can be used for Real World Evidence


Discussion around the established and evolving NHS datasets being utilised to generate Real World Evidence to support outcomes research. The webinar will also focus on a selection of disease-specific datasets and how organisations can use them to support their research and value stories.

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Moving the bell curve


Moving the bell curve Simon Swift of Methods Analytics on how data-driven, clinically-led service improvement work can detect fluctuating standards of care in unique populations.

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How the UK data system can help the development of international healthcare systems


“By using this data all health systems can be better at what they do” Says Simon Swift Data Expert at World Health Journal

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Simon Swift appointed Data Correspondent for the World Health Journal


Simon is the Managing Director of Methods Analytics, a data science and AI business with a healthcare specialism. He is focused on improving the use of information so decisions are based on evidence rather than anecdote and whim.

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PRESS RELEASE: The DHSC has selected Methods Analytics to support Medical Examiners


The Department of Health & Social Care has awarded Methods Analytics, working with colleagues across Methods Group, the contract to deliver a new digital service supporting the roll-out of Medical Examiners to scrutinise non-coronial deaths. This service will improve the quality and accuracy of the Medical Certificate of Cause of Death, national data on avoidable mortality and contribute to improved patient safety.

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Artificial intelligence to help CQC spot care failures


Artificial intelligence will help the Care Quality Commission to identify care failures and help target inspections where the risk is highest.

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We’re on NHS England’s new Health System Support Framework


Methods Analytics are excited to have been appointed to NHS England’s new Health System Support Framework, both alone and in partnership with other commercial and NHS organisations.

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