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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
Our web based visualisations of NHS datasets is disrupting the analytics market. It allows systems to understand cause and effect within their health economies and test hypothesis in real time by interacting with the data through drop down menus
Overview of Innovation:
Our vision is to give every NHS system leader in England a clear picture of the end to end journey for the populations they serve. At the same time we aim to save the NHS £millions by disrupting the market for low level analytics!
The challenge currently faced by all healthcare leaders is a lack of insight and meaningful, consistently-reported analysis regarding the position and performance of the healthcare system. This lack of insight hampers the efficacy of the strategic and operational planning process and the scope and effectiveness of monitoring and oversight.
This challenge sits in the context of masses of existing publicly available healthcare data. Data that’s time consuming for providers to prepare but underutilised due to its format, shape and local capacity and capability.
Our vision is to make VUIT.ONLINE, our information and insight portal, available across the entire NHS in England. The tools we’ve developed allow users to interrogate data across an provider, CCG, ST or ICS quickly and efficiently in a way which informs decision making and allows the impact of interventions to be validated using existing national datasets.
VUIT.ONLINE re-configures, combines and visualises NHS and other national datasets in a way that allows them to be used to understand system and provider performance and demand in context.
Our front-end combines different datasets to create insights not available from any one alone, for example combining DTOC data with hospital bed-base to understand the effective scale of the DTOC issue, or comparing RTT data with consultant workforce to contextualise waiting list trends.
By doing this we can support system leaders to gain a deep understanding of cause and effect related to key strategic issues within their ICSs and model the impact of decisions they may wish to make to address those issues.
All this is achieved with data which is consistent across all providers, layered from multiple data sources and, most importantly is instantly available, at the national, regional and place based level for comparison and analysis through an online portal.
The impact of VUIT.ONLINE is not just the creation and availability of new insights from data, but the speed at which it can be manipulated to test hypotheses.The financial viability of VUIT.ONLINE comes from its ability to deliver this with an absolute lack of in-house or procured analytical or BI resource in the form of consulting and CSU costs which currently run into many millions.
Stage of Development:
Close to market - Prototype near completion and final form may require additional validation/evaluation and all CE marking and regulatory requirements are in place
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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
Prodlytic is a low cost, scalable tool to provide analytics and insights into how users are using your software and Apps or to investigate big NHS datasets.
Overview of Innovation:
Prodlytic – Analyses information via auto-tracking everything your users do (Staff or patients) whilst using your App or software. No more guesswork, coding, or painful waiting around for data to instantly understand user behaviour, problems with navigation or software, assisting you to make better, faster decisions about the user or your software.

Prodlytic supports instant retroactive analysis, each time a user interreacts with the Software/App the event/action is logged. Thus all events are recorded from the time when ‘Prodlytic’ is added to a system up to the last tracked interaction is displayed.

Thus from adding one line of code to your products and you can answer:
  • When did the user login/sign up to use or access our product/service?
  • How many active minutes do they spend with us? Or how long did it take a user to enter an answer or respond?
  • Where do they spend the most time? Where do they spend the least? What proxies predict this behaviour?
  • How did they navigate or in what order did they select items?
  • How does their behaviour change over time? Are the delays to answering questions, taking long or this changed since last time?
  • When or where do they stop using our service? Highlighting the potential for a follow up or possibly needs a red flag to the clinical team?
 This technology has been used by leading car manufacturers to understand how their in car entertainment (ICE) is being used and by TV set top box providers to understand viewing and selection habits.
 
Hence are you making the most of your user data?

Do you Analyse the usage of your Apps or software.
We can provide information in a simple to understand way from your existing software tools and systems via Dashboards and reporting systems. To improve patient support and engagement to understand where they and staff have difficulties or delays in using your software. Which will help you in either amending and improving the systems and processes or indicate that the user needs help – training or medical.
 
Thus allowing greater efficiency and user satisfaction.
 
We can help you look at what kind of data do you have and what kind of data should you have? Our products can deliver a data strategy or AI (Artificial Intelligence) / ML (Machine Learning) strategy to supercharge your data-informed organisation.
 
Prodlytic offers these tools out of the box, cheaply and scalable.
 
Thus helping organisations turn data into actionable insights
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Mental Health: recovery, crisis and prevention / Advanced diagnostics, genomics and precision medicine / Clinical trials and evidence / Digital health / Innovation and adoption
Benefit to NHS:
The Prodlytic tools allows a NHS organisation or clinical team to understand the issues in using or engaging with a digital platform and will give an insight into their users. Whether that’s to:
  • Identify patient and staff usage – when and how often and for what purpose
  • Understand issues related to using the software.
  • Identify patients that may be indicating clinical problems or changes to their condition due to the usage analytics. Such as:
    • Delays in entering data and changes over time to this behaviour e.g.: If the App asks ‘How are you feeling?’  and they take a long time to indicate ‘OK’ or significantly longer than previous then this may indicate that things are not OK or they are struggling to answer. 
Thus patients can be flagged for investigation or intervention, prior to them calling or recognising that their condition has changed. Leading to improved outcomes and potentially saving money where intervention has ensured that an A&E visit or other catastrophic event has been avoided.
Costs related to the time for staff or patients to use software can be noted and any sticking points highlighted for review. 
Greater values can be gained from insights into use and external effects etc. and related costs can be achieved by combining data from multiple sources, or aggregation of data from different systems, analysis of complex information into meaningful reports or dashboards.

We are aware this will require gaining various NHS data governance permissions to do this work and will work with organisations to ensure they are fully compliant.

Note: This Meridian submission is only looking at single data sources, additional benefits can be gained from multiple data sources or utilising it within data repositories.
Initial Review Rating
3.00 (2 ratings)
Benefit to WM population:
Better data-informed decision making leads to better clinical outcomes for WM patients - and a better working experience for NHS staff both outcomes will lead to cost savings.

The true value and range of actual benefits will depend upon the number of applications and systems Prodlytic is applied to.
Current and planned activity: 
Not NHS active at present 
 
We are looking for organisations to work with to demonstrate the value and benefits of our technology in improving the users experience, the performance of their software and to gain insights into the valuable information they have and have access to but have not yet realised it. 
 
By using our analytics to spot trends in an automated way, we could help prevent patients mental health deteriorating, saving repeat visits, reducing costs and improving patient experience.
What is the intellectual property status of your innovation?:
Proprietary closed-source codebase owned by D4Software with some open-source contributions published and more planned.

Prodlytic follows industry best practise and is subject to regular third party security audits. Our codebase is totally private. Open-source contributions to some parts of the system are correctly licenced where applicable.
 
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
high
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
0-6 mon
Ease of scalability: 
Simple
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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
ProReal was built using 3D gaming technology, this evidence-based immersive platform helps people create a visual representation of how they experience a situation so they can explore different perspectives, visualise futures & solve problems
Overview of Innovation:
ProReal’s innovative technology provides its users (clients, service users, patients) with a safe, secure & confidential visual way to describe how they experience the world. With support & facilitation users can label strong feelings & name issues, as well as articulate hopes & concerns all of which are critical for building resilience & supporting recovery.

Independent research shows that the use of the software is associated with emotional & cognitive responses, reductions in psychological distress & building of empathy & insight.

The ProReal platform helps people create a visual representation of how they experience a situation so they can explore different perspectives, visualise futures & solve problems. Clients enter a secure, virtual landscape & add avatars & props to create representations of real-world scenarios.

Clients experience increased self-awareness & rapid empathy building leading to improved relationships. Costs are reduced by enabling faster & more effective change & communication without the need to travel. Its use is associated with significant reductions in stress & self-criticism & is being used by a growing number of health & social care organisations.


ProReal features:
  • Avatars: unlimited number of avatars available
  • Symbols: a selection of symbols/props to represent various aspects of a client’s world (eg elephant, minefield, clock, mirror etc)
  • Environment & sessions: naming function provides meaning & context
  • Views & functionality: views from avatars & roaming camera provides different perspectives
ProReal benefits:
  • Faster & more effective change
  • Actionable insight
  • Reduces costs
  • Increases self-awareness, self-confidence & self-expression
  • Increases engagement
  • Associated with reductions in stress & self-criticism
  • More effective communication of vision, priorities & values
  • Rapid empathy building & improved relationships & trust
  • Convenient
  • Secure, password protected login & encrypted data

ProReal continues to work with clinicians & academics & in particular NIHR MindTech to explore the use of its software with a range of disorders & clients including adults with personality disorder, young people with anxiety, depression, trauma & eating disorders.

Our product development is underpinned by extensive & ongoing clinical & corporate research & end-user input.

This means the benefits of our software are evidence-based by independent & rigourous evaluation & meet the needs of our users. Discover more about our evidence-base here.


 
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Mental Health: recovery, crisis and prevention / Digital health / Innovation and adoption
Benefit to NHS:
£9.49 billion was planned to be spent by CCGs on mental health services in 2016/17 – up from £9.15 billion in 2015/16. This amounts to 13.1% of planned CCG spending, up from 12.5% in 2015.16 Figures for individual CCG areas can be found using NHS England’s Mental Health Five Year Forward View Dashboard.  This does not account for all spending on mental health services, because specialised mental health commissioning is the responsibility of NHS England rather than CCGs.
 
Independent research shows that the use of the software is associated with emotional and cognitive responses, reductions in psychological distress and building of empathy and insight.
 
ProReal tailors its services to a wide range of organisations and service user needs to help them to find the right digital solution to accelerate change and improve engagement.
 
ProReal’s avatar-based therapy is a flexible and cost-effective solution. Having completed two research studies funded by SBRI Healthcare (an NHS England funded initiative to develop products that address unmet health needs) it has been proven to be effective with adults and young people. Click here for more information. As at March 2018, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust are using/have commissioned ProReal for use with service users.
 
The software has been designed to be very easy to use - most clients learn how to use it in the first 5-10 minutes. For those using it with others in their work, most people require 15-20 hours of training, much of which is practice time. Online training is delivered via three webinars, reading material, reflective practice/assignment work and a formal assessment at the end. Face-to-face training is also offered for groups.
 
A suitable laptop or desktop computer (Windows or Mac are fine), an unrestricted internet connection and permission to install the software on your device is required. ProReal can be accessed 24/7 online via a secure login providing flexibility, convenience and increased access for clients to do self-help online.
 
ProReal provides many benefits from accelerated insight to better engagement of all which help to reduce costs.

Initial Review Rating
5.00 (1 ratings)
Benefit to WM population:
There are an estimated 4.032 million people in 2014–15 living in the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA). The population is culturally diverse with over 22% from Black & Asian Minority Ethnic communities, ranging from 2.3% in Cannock Chase to 42% in Birmingham.
 
Nearly a quarter of adults living in the WMCA are experiencing a mental health problem at any one time. The risks of poor mental health are not uniformly distributed across the WMCA population. They are influenced by social, economic & physical environmental factors & social inequalities in particular.
 
The aggregate economic & social cost of mental health problems in the WMCA is estimated at around £12.6 billion in 2014–15 equivalent to a cost of about £3,100 per head of population.
 
Mental ill health is estimated to cost the NHS nearly £2 billion a year in the WMCA. Only about half of this represents the direct costs of treatment & care for people with diagnosable mental health problems. The other half arises mainly because large numbers of people with long-term physical conditions such as diabetes & asthma, also suffer from depression or anxiety & this greatly increases the costs of physical health care.
 
Following the successes of the use of our software in commercial settings we had long been of the opinion that it could be beneficial in a healthcare capacity as well. To begin our investigation of this theory we secured funding from NHS England’s SBRI Healthcare programme as part of their initiative to find new technology solutions to unmet mental healthcare needs. This ‘Phase 1’ contract allowed us to conduct a pilot study using the ProReal software with a small group of adult offenders who were residents of a therapeutic wing of a category B prison in the north of England.
 
Over the course of 7 weeks our therapeutic intervention at this Serco managed prison consisted of 6, hour-long, group sessions lead by a qualified counsellor on the prison staff who we trained in the use of the ProReal software.
 
Results indicated that using our software improved participants’ capacity to elicit emotional responses & initiate further cognitive processing – both fundamental aspects of improved mental health. The study also produced good preliminary indications that using the ProReal software helps reduce psychological distress & improve general wellbeing. In addition participants reported enhanced levels of self-expression, new insights, development of empathy & the ability to build stronger relationships.
 


Current and planned activity: 
We would like to connect with the WMAHSN Mental Health Innovation Network to help to drive the adoption of ProReal across the region.
 
If you would like copies of our completed evaluation reports or to find out about our ongoing research please contact us.
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
Very high
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
N/A
Ease of scalability: 
2
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Innovation 'Elevator Pitch':
Our expert people and advanced health analytics reveal insights from complex data that enable health & care professionals working across the West Midlands to make better decisions for the patients and populations they serve.
Overview of Innovation:
Sollis and the world-renowned Johns Hopkins University have collaborated to produce a population health analytics platform that helps health & care professionals transform services for patients and populations.
 
Sollis Clarity and The Johns Hopkins  ACG ®System is a person-focused case-mix system that captures the multi-dimensional nature of an individual’s health. It considers the total disease experience of each patient, including the implications of co-occurring disease, encouraging a holistic view of the patient rather than the management of specific diseases or episodes.
 
Sollis Clarity supports:
  • Case Finding - Patient level risk stratification
  • Resource Management - Case-mix risk adjustment and benchmarking
  • Population Health Needs Assessment - Population level risk stratification
  • Fair Shares Budgeting - Capitated budget setting
 
Sollis Clarity delivers robust business analytics and data management to identify and analyse populations across the continuum of care to help health & care providers and commissioners get a precise understanding of patterns of mult-morbidity across populations and its relationship to utilisation, costs and outcomes.
 
Sollis Clarity delivers insights into the morbidity patterns of different populations, supporting population health management, service transformation, integrated care and, ultimately, better outcomes for patients.
 
Sollis Clarity goes beyond patient level risk stratification. Risk stratification at a population level helps the health economy — providers and commissioners — analyse and minimise the progression of diseases and the exacerbation of co-morbidities. When combined with the ACG System it is a comprehensive family of measurement tools designed to help explain and predict how healthcare resources are delivered and consumed.
 
Sollis Clarity provides the evidence base to support:
  • Planning and service re-design
  • Clinical decision making
  • Outcomes-based commissioning
  • Risk stratification and predictive modelling
  • Population profiling / segmentation
  • Case-mix adjusted benchmarking
  • Integrated multi-disciplinary care
To view Sollis - Nigel's Story - click here.
To view UK Healthcare data analytics for NHS CCGs - click here.
To view The Proactive Care at Brighton & Hove - click here.
To view Population Profiling at NHS Slough CCG - click here.
To view Using Data to Gain Greater Insight - click here.
Stage of Development:
Market ready and adopted - Fully proven, commercially deployable, market ready and already adopted in some areas (in a different region or sector)
WMAHSN priorities and themes addressed: 
Long term conditions: a whole system, person-centred approach / Wealth creation / Digital health
Benefit to NHS:
Population health analytics delivers an evidence base (insights from data) that supports large scale health & care service transformation. It is an essential component of any Population Health Management strategy and as such underpins the journey to a fully fledged Accountable Care System (ACS).

The Sollis Clarity health analytics platform is a modular system with mix-and-match components to help you achieve your healthcare analysis and commissioning/budgeting requirements.
 
Population health management helps Health & Care stakeholders identify and quantify the drivers and outcomes for addressing the needs of local populations.
 
Led by directors with decades of NHS experience, Sollis analytics software and professional services have been used to analyse data on nearly half the population of England. We believe patient-centred care strategies based on the needs of local populations provide the key to better population health management.
 
Sollis Clarity is helping several CCGs in the UK to implement new reporting and service planning initiatives.  To view examples of ‘Service Transformation: Stories from the CCG Frontline’ summarising how CCGs are using the insights provided by Clarity Patients and ACG® System analysis for service planning and transformation – click here.
 
The Sollis Clarity health analytics platform has two distinct but complementary solutions — Clarity Patients and Clarity Finance — address population health management and financial analysis respectively.
 
Clarity Patients, combined with the Johns Hopkins ACG® System, provides a comprehensive family of measurement tools that helps explain how healthcare resources are delivered and consumed. It supports new commissioning models such as Commissioning for Value, Outcomes Based Commissioning and Year‑of‑Care Commissioning. It delivers analytics that provide insights to support health & care interventions and innovation and it will help you track the success — or otherwise — of those innovations over time.
 
Clarity Finance provides contract management and activity costing with multiple tariffs, giving you business critical evidence on which to base commissioning decisions. It enables you to store and compare different versions of cost and volume type tariffs as well as non-activity tariffs, such as year of care or outcome based currencies, to give you insights on the most effective commissioning decisions.
Initial Review Rating
5.00 (1 ratings)
Benefit to WM population:
Knowledge of the risk profile of the region’s population (based around a population segmentation approach) will help Health & Care stakeholders across the West Midlands commission and deliver appropriate preventative services that will drive positive health outcomes for the 'at need' populations of the West Midlands. 

Through the innovative use of information technology to identify patients most in need of an intervention (impactable patient cohorts) Sollis Clarity helps to identify patients who could most benefit from earlier, better informed health care interventions.
 
The Sollis population health analytics platform allows the patient population to be risk assessed to provide timely, evidential data to all members of a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT), to include clinicians but not limnited to them. This enables MDT members to provide focused levels of care to specific groups of patients, reducing the risk of a patient’s condition worsening due to it being identified early so assisting MDT members in identifying and improving the care of at-risk patients.
 
Much can be achieved through the acquisition of primary care, secondary care, community care, mental health, prescribing and social care data. It can provide a rich understanding of how healthcare resources are delivered and consumed and by whom. Such analysis can aid an understanding of whether scarce resources are being deployed to those population groups in greatest need.
 
It is important that any population health analysis should focus not on single disease conditions, but on the burden of multi-morbidity observable in a local population.  Population health programmes that have the best chance of success will be those that demonstrate an understanding of the importance of multi-morbidity and its impact on the local health and care economy.
 
Using data to identify early healthcare interventions can provide significant benefits to patients, particularly those with long-term conditions. Providing the functionality to make real time decisions based on clinical evidence will improve outcomes for patients.
 
Sollis exist to help our customers deliver better patient outcomes, better patient experiences at an affordable cost and are wholly focused on the delivery of insights that will help deliver a sustainable and transformed health and care system in the West Midlands.
Current and planned activity: 
We are currently providing analytics support to thirty (30) plus Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) nationally as well as nine hundred (900) plus GP practices and a number of NHS Vanguards, principally Multispecialty Community Providers (MCPs).

We would like to engage with health and care professionals involved in the development and evaluation of New Care Models throughout the West Midlands who want to use evidence based data to understand patterns of multi-morbidity and its relationship to utilisation, costs and outcomes. We are particularly interested in engaging with Sustainability & Transformation Paernerships (STPs) and emerging Accountable Care Systems (ACS).
What is the intellectual property status of your innovation?:
Sollis owns all Intellectual Property (IP) for the following software applications:
  • Sollis Clarity (Population Analytics Platform)
  • Sollis Clarity Patients
  • Sollis Clarity Finance
 Johns Hopkins Health Care (JHHC) owns all Intellectual Property (IP) for the following software:
  • ACG® System
 Also:
  • ISO9001
  • IG Toolkit Certified
Return on Investment (£ Value): 
high
Return on Investment (Timescale): 
3 years +
Ease of scalability: 
2
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