Monmouth joins forces with PROMs2.0

We’re delighted to announce that Monmouth and PROMs2.0 – a pioneer in the operational use of patient outcome measures in the NHS – have agreed to work together more closely.

Over the past four years, PROMs2.0 has shown that using outcome measures in clinical practice can achieve operational and financial savings whilst personalising care for individual patients.  Reductions of up to 90% in unnecessary follow-up outpatient attendances; enabling increased capacity and flexibility from virtual clinics and helping to drive and safer, more responsive clinical practice.
“Adding Monmouth’s skills in implementing and scaling up the use of outcome measures in operational practice adds a new dimension to our offer,” said Bibhas Roy, founder of PROMs2.0 who is also a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Central Manchester NHS Foundation Trust.  “We have had much success in building the clinical and patient case for using outcome measures operationally.  Now, with Monmouth’s expertise, we are able to offer the service at a national scale and deliver those benefits much more quickly.”
“We want to help NHS clinicians and managers deliver the right care to patients, when they need it – and also avoid the worry, cost and waste of visits to hospital when it’s not necessary,” said Andrew Lawrence, Monmouth’s Managing Director.  “Over a dozen Trusts have already worked with PROMs2.0 to map a whole basket of outcome, experience and satisfaction measures onto the clinical journey and work out how using these scores operationally can inform and optimise each individual patient’s journey.  We’re really excited to be enabling other NHS providers to do likewise.”
“Using and seeing immediately the results of validated outcome measures enables patients to have more insight into and more control over their treatment(s), provides evidence of the impact of clinical decisions and enables providers to better focus resources on patients most in need.  We have an excellent opportunity to make much better use of our valuable clinical capacity and make real savings for NHS Trust customers.”

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