We provide health sector consultancy, programme management and policy advice, asking the right questions and bringing new ideas and ways of thinking to deliver projects, small or large. We are adaptable and have the flexibility to deal with changing conditions in even the most challenging environments.
We work with our clients and partners to build sustainable and effective improvements in health and social care, forming effective partnerships to deliver the right outcome.
What we do
Our global position brings multiple perspectives to the way we work with governments and health care providers to improve operational efficiencies, realise savings, uphold workforce standards and preserve front-line services.
We combine international best practice, understanding of cultural context and close collaboration with partners, clients and donors to guide progress towards healthier communities worldwide.
Supporting the Government of Pakistan to improve the health sector
We are promoting safe motherhood practices to improve maternal and child health in Pakistan through a mini drama series in Urdu, Sehat Zindagi ('Health is Life'), one of the communication initiatives provided by the Technical Resource Facility (TRF) that we are managing for DFID and DFAT. After the closure of TRF in 2015, we will be working on a new project, TRF+, supporting the health and nutrition sectors of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa through technical expertise and capacity building services.
Reaching the missing three million people living with TB
Under the fourth wave of TB REACH grants, 33 new projects are starting to implement more innovative techniques for detecting TB in 24 countries worldwide. We will continue our role of supporting and evaluating these programmes to ensure funding continues to reach the missing three million people living with TB.
Training for over 2000 caregivers in South Africa
The Thogomelo project aims to care for and protect vulnerable children by providing psychosocial support for their caregivers and promoting caring organisational environments to foster their wellbeing.
We’re involved in pioneering programmes in Turkey, which aims to procure 30 health care centres using private finance, and in Canada, where four major hospitals will be commissioned through public-private partnerships.
Digital image sharing saves 38% cost
In supporting the procurement of a single service that allows digital clinical images to be shared across NHS Wales, we led all commercial and contractual negotiations on behalf of our client. Our specialist clinical financial modelling support was critical in securing value for money. The Picture Archiving and Communications Solution (PACS) delivered £16 million in savings, representing a 38% reduction in current spend.