Skip to content

Don’t solve the wrong problem really well

The focus is on the design of cognitive architectures for display the reasoning processes involved; these can be developed for clinical, managerial or policy oriented priorities.

The objective here at all times is never to solve the wrong problem really well.

Example architectures:

  • positioning medicines within the patient’s treatment journey and linked to payer and clinician decision making
  • payer insight and priority setting
  • detailed analysis of the patient’s treatment journey within and through care systems to identify both clinical and managerial reasoning
  • strategy and policy development to develop policy options. approaches to old problems
  • the structure of provider networks and interlocking enablers and constraints.

All work is confidential and clients’ names are not released.