Our Products

Our technology enables mental health services to work in a more joined-up way, helps predict unplanned care risks earlier and empowers service users with solutions for co-producing their own care plans. 

We help teams work across a range of settings and scenarios, from hospital/acute care, clinical teams, multidisciplinary team meetings, community teams, leadership and management teams and service user driven planning.

Products

Management and Supervision Tool (MaST)

A powerful and easy to use dashboard, which analyses data and information from multiple sources to inform decision-making based on service user needs and the likely resource required to provide safe and effective care.

What is MaST?

When Can MaST help me?

Risk of Crisis (RoC) Algorithm

An algorithm which uses retrospective data from the Electronic Health Records to produce a propensity score which determines the likelihood of using crisis services within the following 28 days for any given service user at a given point in time.

By using the propensity scores, service users can be grouped into cohorts to understand the resources that may be required to support them as well as applied across a population to explore skill mix planning.

*Crisis is defined by the need to access services such as a community crisis team, an inpatient facility or any other urgent care service (e.g. place of safety, A&E liaison, street triage)

What if you could predict crises?

My Journey

A digital care-planning tool that facilitates a model of care that moves from ‘doing to’ to ‘doing with’. My Journey enables healthcare professionals and service users to capture information together, using the service user’s language. This allows service users to have greater influence over their care and access to clear and easy to understand copies of their coproduced plan.

The managing my warning signs tool was developed with kind permission of the authors as an enhanced digital version of the card sorting tool by Birchwood et al (Birchwood, M., Spencer, E., & McGovern, D. (2000). Schizophrenia: Early warning signs. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 6(2), 93-101. doi:10.1192/apt.6.2.93)

Digital Pathway Analytics

Our digital pathway analytics (in development) aim to provide a simple dashboard view of delivery of care compared with defined, evidence based clinical pathways.

This will enable services to monitor adherence to pathways and respond quickly to variation, to improve safety and effectiveness particularly during transfers of care.

Making it happen

Making it happen: Implementation and training services.

OHS works with healthcare organisations to tailor the solution and adopt the approach that will be most appropriate for them. Our approach is built around 5 simple steps:

  1. We develop a deep understanding of the local context to enable successful adoption and uptake
  2. We work with teams to adapt the solution to meet local context
  3. We support front line staff with on line and face to face training and coaching
  4. We enable teams to embed into normal ways of working
  5. We monitor, evaluate and adapt to enable a continuous cycle of learning.