What is Public View?
Public View is an analytics service that connects hundreds of public data sources and presents them in an intuitive dashboard for fast paced environments, such as board meetings and performance review meetings.
Fusing healthcare expertise, innovative technology and creative design, Public View delivers simple, accurate, and fast insights, enabling NHS leaders to focus on where and how to improve their patient service delivery.
Public View automatically collects all published NHS data into a simple comparison dashboard, providing simple, accurate, and fast performance monitoring and benchmarking.
How does Public View work?
Public View works by automatically collecting data from hundreds of public data sources, which is then combined into a single, intuitive portal.
As a result, Public View subscribers can instantly identify areas that are high performing, progressing well, or are a cause for concern, enabling NHS users to review peer data and produce comprehensive board reports.
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Public View features to monitor and improve performance
Live display of performance against NHS standards and public metrics
Optimised for PC, tablet and phone including offline working app
Ranking, trend, change, delta, and SPC charts for all metrics
Pre-built peer groups including CQC, ICS members, and Oversight Framework
HCPS metric provides view of aggregate performance and CQC prediction
Easy self-registration and password management for unlimited users
Select from hundreds of KPIs to create your own scorecards
Add your own local data via excel upload or API
Fill implementation support including getting started workshop, videos, and comprehensive FAQ
“Public View puts our performance in context. It’s not just about the number of patients admitted or ambulances in holding, it takes those metrics and enables us to understand what it means. It enables us to see both whether our performance is improving or worsening and whether that is happening at a faster rate compared to other trusts. That kind of perspective is incredibly valuable”
“Public View provides us with context, by putting our performance in relation to others. It’s great for spreading best practices – if one team is doing a good thing we can connect them to those that are struggling. If we see a different hospital in our region doing better than us, we can try to connect with them and learn”
Benefits of Public View
Use as/ support board Integrated Performance Report (IPR)
Enable engagement across the organisation with unlimited users
Integrate benchmarking into your local dashboards using the database service
Use for data quality audit and ensure board reporting accuracy
View the full performance of any NHS provider or system
Compare performance against multiple customisable peer groups simultaneously
Use benchmarking and SPC tools to support quality improvement
Set custom peer-based targets and toggle between them instantly
View historic performance dashboards to 2008 using trackback feature
Compare specialty and sub-indicator performance in custom scorecards
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Find out more on Public Views’ features and use cases.
“We immediately liked it. Particularly the way it was able to show a uniform standardized dashboard. The solutions take some really quite complicated metrics and show them in a variety of formats that make them easy to understand. That, and knowing that data would be up to date and accessible as soon as it was released by NHS England sealed the deal for us.”
The go-to choice for NHS Trusts, Acute Hospitals, Mental Health Trusts, and Integrated Care Systems (ICS).
Having worked with numerous organisations within healthcare across the country, BCN Group has in-depth knowledge and experience in providing leading healthcare technology solutions.
BCN Group is in the unique position of being the only managed service provider in the UK with Public View service offerings. The numerous NHS trusts we work with have found measurable benefits in Public View supporting their Integrated Performance Report (IPR), as a comparison tool to benchmark performance in relation to other NHS trusts, as well as support quality improvement.