We have been very pleased to play a part in the production of a major new report from multinational professional services network PwC on tech-powered healthcare.
The report is based on 12 months of in-depth research by PwC experts into the future of technology in the NHS and has led to a strategic approach to improve patient outcomes across the health and care sector.
We were called in to help refine the text, ensuring the findings and recommendations were presented in a lively and readable way to get the vital messages across.
Our senior consultant Andrew Weltch revised the content on Getting the Culture Right, Getting the Money Right, Getting the Skills Right, and Getting the Partnerships Right, as well as a section on Patient Stories and other text.
He also adapted the text into a series of blog posts and edited other material as part of the project.
Jo Gibbons, Head of Health Industries Marketing at PwC, who commissioned the work said:
“It was great working with Andy. He really got to grips with our project and our thinking as well as our house-style and delivered exactly what we needed, when we need it. I’m looking forward to working with him on future projects.”
The COVID-19 pandemic forced much of the health sector to adopt technological solutions very quickly in 2020, overcoming previous barriers because of the urgency. The report analyses the lessons learned from this experience and points ways ahead to improve outcomes for patients and for those working in the sector.
PwC states is purpose as “to build trust in society and solve important problems. It is this focus which informs the services we provide and the decisions we make”.
You can read the full report here.
Weltch Media’s expertise has been much in demand in London this year: As well as working on PwC projects, City, University of London praised our high quality work, and the reliable (and “always cheery”) service. We have also been working with London South Bank University on internal communications for staff and students.