I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Paris X in 2001 and after a couple of years working in Sales and Marketing in Paris and Amsterdam, I moved to the UK where I comp...
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In this article we look at how a strategy, developed with data-driven modelling at its core can help health leaders choose the right path to sustainability. However, the concepts are equally relevant to many other sectors as well.
The case for change at the National Health Service is not breaking news. Long-term underfunding has put all aspects of the health service and its workforce under severe strain. An aging and growing population is causing the cracks to widen. This beloved institution – one of the world’s largest organisations – faces the need for significant reform unless the central funding model is going to change. Key to reform is solid evidence and insight from the significant volumes of data the NHS generates on a daily basis.
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