People Technology Results
We are Elective Care Data Visibility and Accuracy Specialists providing recruitment, patient waiting list management and software solutions that improve NHS performance, create sustained, tangible change and build lasting knowledge, resource and capability.
Source Group provides a complete validation solution on an outcome-based payment model – a set fee for a defined number of records validated, paid upon achievement of project deliverables.
Waiting List Management
Source Group assists NHS organisations improve patient care, reduce the risk of clinical harm and minimise patient waiting times through optimising waiting list management.
Source Group is the UK’s only CPD accredited referral to treatment (RTT) training provider. Our tailored training programmes are available online or in a classroom setting – or a combination of the two.
BI as a Service
With our highly skilled and experienced development team we can create full data warehouse builds, business intelligence and process management applications, from inception to specification, from specification through to build, testing and on to production.
Web Based Learning
Source Group's web-based learning product ensures staff can develop a better understanding of 18 weeks RTT and are able to make the correct decisions when capturing data on hospital systems, helping trusts reduce pathway backlogs, resolve data quality issues and improve performance.
Data Quality Benchmarking
Source Group’s Data Quality Benchmarking service has been specifically designed to be easy to use, requiring no technical knowledge. All of our Benchmarking Services are provided via the cloud, with remote data upload and have been specifically designed to be easy to use.
Clear PTL- complete patient pathway management solution
Clear PTL Cancer Management
“Their in-house RTT expertise also provided me with the assurance that their service delivery would meet the Trust's high standards”.
Marc Farr, Director of Information at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust