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Keeping you updated with all the latest coming out of D&D and healthcare analytics.

Orlando Agrippa Q&A: Using AI to improve hospital management

Healthcare-focused data analytics firm Draper & Dash has deployed its software in over 20 public and private hospitals across the UK, US and Australia. The company’s artificial intelligence (AI)-powered analytics platform uses machine learning techniques to predict patient flow and demand for hospitals and healthcare providers, delivering significant cost savings...

Medicines Optimisation – Transforming One of Healthcare’s Biggest Spends

by Orlando Agrippa In 2018, 47.6% of hospital spending was on drugs, a higher percentage than ever before and this is growing. With almost half of hospital spend being allocated to medicine, pharma represents the biggest area of expenditure for healthcare across the globe. It’s therefore vital that this spend...

Transforming and optimising healthcare: The disruptive approach

by Orlando Agrippa Orlando Agrippa, founder and CEO of healthcare analytics company Draper & Dash writes about how data can be used by pharma companies to demonstrate value. Healthcare constitutes the world’s largest financial spend, so when it’s not operating as efficiently and effectively as possible, its transformation is vital. Patients...

Healthcare AI pioneer Draper & Dash appoints Natalie Douglas to redefine medicine optimisation

Source: www.bdaily.co.uk The highly respected healthcare entrepreneur and investor joins the board of a technology company poised to revolutionise medicine optimisation using artificial intelligence and machine learning, as it has already with patient flow. London, 20th June 2019: Healthcare data analytics innovator Draper & Dash announces the appointment of entrepreneur...

Welcome Natalie

Healthcare data analytics innovator Draper & Dash announces the appointment of entrepreneur and pharmaceutical industry specialist Natalie Douglas as non-executive director to drive its ambitions to transform how medicines are deployed for the benefit of patients, physicians and hospitals....

The Art of the Possible: The Role of the Private Sector in Supporting RTT Recovery

“The provision of workforce and capacity has become one of the most challenging issues for healthcare. With the National Health Service experiencing one of the worst A&E waiting times in recent years and significant referral to treatment access standards, insourcing has become a really valuable delivery pipeline for leaderships teams...