Industry: Healthcare & life Sciences
Region: Northern Europe
Helping NHSX to enhance and optimise the GDE Blueprinting programme
Atos helped NHSX to optimise the sharing of replicable digital solutions across the NHS landscape. NHSX, through GDE Blueprints, is helping transfer vital knowledge to providers so they can give their staff the technology needed to improve outcomes for patients.
With 150 Blueprints already available via a digital platform, NHSX wanted to move to a strengthened and sustainable Blueprinting model that meets the dedicated needs of developers and users. With the need to test and enhance the accessibility, effectiveness of Blueprints as a critical learning and innovation tool, Atos and NHSX identified challenges in four key domains; strategy and products, reach and scope, communication and adoption, and a collaboration platform.Download customer story
The team devised, tested and implemented an optimised knowledge-sharing model. Atos Consulting worked in close partnership with NHSX to survey the 1,700 registered users, review the digital platform and user experience, define the value proposition, pilot the model with nine NHS trusts before launch, and devise an Atos NHS Capability Model describing the core capabilities of a digital hospital or healthcare organisation. NHSX uses this to identify any gaps in the Blueprinting library and develop a pipeline of future Blueprints to generate a comprehensive resource for users.
The revamped Future NHS Collaboration Platform is a fast-growing repository providing over 1,700 users globally with access to over 150 Blueprints and 2,300 individual artefacts. The new Blueprint products are in action in health and social care to improve health outcomes for patients and increase staff productivity and experience – most recently in rapid response to Covid-19, for instance, to expand remote patient consultations, remote care voice recognition and online collaboration.
Governments and corporations are moving fast to develop novel solutions to address the pandemic situation, such as introducing contact tracing apps by governments1 and initiating new collaborations between corporations2.
Rapid developments in high performance computing, edge technology and artificial intelligence are creating new opportunities to accelerate research and deliver innovative solutions into frontline healthcare.
The Spanish Ministry of Health and AENA choose Atos to manage the health control form process for all passengers flying to Spain
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, has been chosen by the Spanish Ministry of Health and the Spanish airport operator AENA to manage the key health and travel information of all passengers flying to Spain.