A Health iQ Christmas Gift

It’s that time of the year again. 
You can almost smell it in the air. 

The heating is on a timer, festive takeaway cups appear, we’ve ticked off Halloween and Bonfire Night and now all roads lead toward the Christmas and New Year festivities. 

It's also a time when teams, both at head office and the field, reflect on the year just gone. Importantly the focus is inevitably on how they can make the most of their access activities and interaction with healthcare professionals to drive change, adoption and uptake.

This is where Health iQ come in with a Christmas gift that could really help.
 
A Simulation model can be a significantly useful tool in demonstrating the value that your products can offer.
 
If you’re looking to get a fast start for 2018, arming your field force with a Simulation model from Health iQ could be the perfect combination to ensure you avoid the January blues and make significant inroads into your 2018 targets. 


Health iQ's unique Simulation offers you custom-made, animated models that simulate real-life scenarios in healthcare and is designed for deep engagement over pathways.

Perhaps you have a product that offers improved health outcomes, more efficient healthcare delivery, better throughput or simply lower costs.

Maybe the picture is too complex to immediately make a case for change.

Health iQ's bespoke Simulation offering can help you engage partners in healthcare such as CCGs, Provider Trusts, STPs, Vanguards etc to highlight the true value your product offers and plot the path for change. 
 
Imagine you could now
 
  • Visually model any scenario from departments to pathways to entire health economies. 
  • Transform any kind of data model from budget impact models to cost calculators to resource allocators. 
  • Feed the model with your own validated real world data then simulate how the static data interacts with the model over time and even make changes 'on the fly'. 
  • Prove a compelling case for change and prototype potential solutions so payers and decision makers can be convinced of the need to act.