They remain contactable via email, mobile and Teams. This will not negatively impact our client commitments or service levels but we will prioritise urgent support request from our NHS Trust clients. Thank you for your understanding.
Dear NHS Clients & Partners
We know it’s a tough time for everyone and especially NHS Trusts and their staff.
We also know your priorities are changing and the workload increasing. If we can help with surge project management, urgent changes to systems, quickly build new apps, generate new reports, create business intelligence or develop new integrations or fixes then please get in-touch and we will respond and help as best we can.
We will work with you and other partners as necessary and prioritise delivery over the paperwork. If we can’t help, we will find those who can.
With thanks to all NHS and Care staff – Brendan Dunphy, CEO
Founded in 2006 as Genisys Consulting Ltd., we specialise in improving decision-making through the smart use of internal and external data. We partner with clients to design and build Big Data, Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Analytics applications in the healthcare, education, retail and other sectors. Clients include Wellcome Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, University of Oxford/Said Business School and American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS). We have an exclusive off-shore partnership with the Center for Business Intelligence & Analytics in Pune & Mumbai, India. Founded by Dr Nitin Patel and Prof. Mayank Shah in 2004, together we have completed more than 50 projects since 2010.
Our rigorous requirement and management disciplines mean we can often offer fixed price appplication development
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We help with Strategy, Management & Technology, filling gaps in technology capabilities, reducing costs and accelerating solutions development
Our on-shore/off-shore model means we can access scarce talent and take advantage of cost & time differences between the UK & India
TOOLS & PLATFORMS
A full range of Microsoft and Open Source skills and tools, including our own self-service platforms initially developed for the hyper competitive Indian market
We help clients identify insights from their data assets
We help clients get business value from their transactional data assets. We use our DATASPRINT™ workshops to help them launch a pilot data initiative or develop a comprehensive roadmap to becoming a data-driven organisation. We also help to develop the data Governance & Management processes to ensure security & privacy and we support the use of tools such as Alteryx to make data accessible to all users.
We use Microsoft tools such as .Net and SQL Server and Open Source to build cost-effective and increasingly intelligent applications that meet the needs of end-users and improve decision-making. We employ agile and collaborative development approaches to help users engage and deliver what they need. We can often do this for a fixed price. And we provide as an outsourced service.
We develop data-rich visual business intelligence applications using Microsoft and Open Source technologies for healthcare, education, retail and other sectors. These applications help inform and ease the decision load and drive better outcomes for clients, their users, customers or patients. Tools include Power BI and Tableau.
advanced data analytics
We help clients develop actionable insights from complex data and adopt AI. We free clients from many data engineering and integration tasks and reliance on scarce and expensive expertise. We are technology agnostic and provide Python, Microsoft Share Point, Azure ML, SAS, MySQL, Pentaho and R resources. We are developing our own ‘Analytics-as-a-Service’ (AaaS) platform in partnership with domain experts to lower the entry-point for our client’s and bring advanced operational analytics to more users in our target sectors.
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Q: How to create a committed team in one of the most competitive of tech cities? A: Recruit talented women returning to work and support their career goals! Our Pune, India office focuses on advanced Analytics and building the INSIGHT platform for ‘On Demand’ analytics for the Retail, Fashion and Finance sectors. The challenge of
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With increasing pressure on income and student numbers maybe its time for Higher Education institutions to take a long hard look at outsourcing their application development & maintenance activities? At 20-40% of the overall annual IT budget, application development & maintenance is one of the most difficult to resource & manage, especially in an era
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Recorded a few years ago at Exponential Medicine 2016 by the founder of AIMed, Dr. Anthony Chang, MD, MBA MPH. It is still a great introduction to the opportunities and challenges of making better use of data and adopting AI and ML in healthcare. We are proud to be a part of the AIMed community
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The Spanish edge: Reinventing healthcare around patients Spain is widely regarded as having one of the world’s best healthcare systems. Can a series of experiments in ‘value-based’ care make it even better? Report of a Science|Business Healthy Measures conference, Barcelona 2018. “I’m not sure Spain excels in all areas of science, but in healthcare it
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This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed The following are notes penned by an AIMed Europe conference attendee, who listened intently as Dr Anthony Chang and other experts in the field of medical artificial intelligence explained how the emerging paradigm of medical AI would be powered
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This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed The digital world is not a new one, its just been slow arriving in healthcare. ‘What can be digitised, will be digitised’ is an old mantra. Atoms are converted into bits because information proxies of reality are cheaper to
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This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed Use of IT systems today varies across specialities with some more open to and active users of systems and data to inform decision-making, others more reticent. Just because systems are available does not mean they are consistently by all
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This post was written by Brendan DUNPHY, CEO of C-BIA Consulting and first published on AIMed In much of Healthcare, data is present but stranded, unloved and unused. It does not carry the burden of knowledge and decision-making it often does elsewhere. In some clinical scenarios it is more akin to a waste by product,
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Al Med by Brendan Dunphy, CEO at C-BIA Consulting Ltd. First published at AIMed in response to OPINION: AI will lead to job losses in NHS radiology. There is nothing new to the discussion of job losses in medicine, especially in radiology, as new technology has been impacting jobs and professions for thousands of years
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Data is moving from being scarce and difficult to process to being abundant and easy to use The ODI was co-founded in 2012 by the inventor of the web Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Artificial Intelligence expert Sir Nigel Shadbolt to advocate for the innovative use of open data to affect positive change across the globe.
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Big Data: jam today, jam tomorrow or no jam at all? What is it, Where is at & so What? “You couldn’t have it if you did want it,” the Queen said. “The rule is, jam to-morrow and jam yesterday – but never jam to-day.” “It must come sometimes to ‘jam to-day’,” Alice objected. “No,
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