Smart Solutions for Healthcare
Our solutions are designed to improve disease management by accelerating patient access to appropriate services and treatment, with the aim of improving the care and outcomes for patients.
We achieve this by providing the NHS with a systematic, consistent, and sustainable innovative solutions to identify patients and manage the patient journey.
At Star OUTiCO Healthcare Solutions, our team have a unique set of skills and insights which enable us to support clients achieve brand objectives.
- Clinical systems expertise to support the NHS to utilise the functionality of clinical systems to improve patient management.
- Strong commercial focus provides us with an in-depth understanding of working with the pharmaceutical industry. We understand your challenges from a clinical and commercial perspective.
- We work in the NHS, providing us with a deeper understanding of the needs of your customers.
Clinical system technology and NHS processes sit at the heart of all our offerings.
We offer a comprehensive range of healthcare solutions that leverage our clinical systems understanding, which include Intelligent Systems Insights Workshop & Consultancy, Patient Identification & Management, Care Pathways & Formularies Solutions and Transfer of Care.
Our solutions trump anything else out there. As such, we are the long-term partner of choice for many in the market.
Yes. Our solutions are compatible with the three major clinical systems used in the UK, which cover over 99% of GP practices.
All of our solutions are delivered remotely without the need for an on-site visit, making them a highly cost-effective and sustainable solution.
Our solutions are delivered via Primary Care practices, PCNS or LHEs such as CCGs, and implemented by the practice pharmacists or GPs. Implementation of our solutions can also be supported by a virtual clinical resource, if required.
Yes. We do not remove any patient-identifiable information from the site. All of our solutions use the inherent functionality of the clinical systems.
Yes. Our solutions can work in Secondary Care, although with the variation of clinical systems used, or even the absence of a system altogether, a bespoke approach to implementation is often needed.