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Healthcare consultancy

 
#1 Healthcare consultancy
14/06/2011 05:40

tryxey

Hi

Just wondering if anyone knew of other players in the healthcare consultancy market other than the big 4?

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#2 RE: Healthcare consultancy
14/06/2011 14:25

rc to tryxey (#1)

Mouchel have a healthcare practice within the MC business line, which unusually includes clinicians.

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#3 RE: Healthcare consultancy
14/06/2011 16:16

plasma to tryxey (#1)

PA have got a pretty big Healthcare Advisory team - they have a diverse range of backgrounds and work on UK and International projects.

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#4 RE: Healthcare consultancy
14/06/2011 17:54

fred to tryxey (#1)

Depends what you mean by consulting I suppose but a range are:-

Accenture - (they left uk health in the main a few years back when pulled out of the then NPfIT 500 or so tuped to joining CSC (duped sounds better I think)) but kept bits of that and still have small presence

Atos - big in outsourcing (scotland) and have smaller consulting business - a lot of people have left in past year I believe

Capgemini - small techical and consulting teams <10 combined many left recently also

PA have some but again shrunk in size in the past years (believe they competed with Atos to see who could lose the most medical records on a data stick)

BMS, serco, logica, steria all have health divisions mainly OS / techie

CSC - the stuff they got from ACN but behind schedule and currently contract being re-negotiated down

BT also do OS stuff nationally and in London

Of big4 probably Delloites have more in Scotland little else where and KPMG (do stuff in London but on hold Pause)

The Michelle (Mouchelle) stuff mainly came from CSC prior to all the ACN people being tuped into them so they dont do as much now (this was Hedra stuff which Michelle acquired)

There are several niche players - mental health strategies and some others offering Lean, departmental stuff.

If you are more specific around "type of consulting" might be able to help further

Fred

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#5 RE: Healthcare consultancy
18/06/2011 00:47

tryxey to fred (#4)

Thank you all for your answers, very helpful

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#6 RE: Healthcare consultancy
27/05/2012 17:37

qwertyking to fred (#4)

Depends what you mean by consulting I suppose but a range are:-

Accenture - (they left uk health in the main a few years back when pulled out of the then NPfIT 500 or so tuped to joining CSC (duped sounds better I think)) but kept bits of that and still have small presence

Atos - big in outsourcing (scotland) and have smaller consulting business - a lot of people have left in past year I believe

Capgemini - small techical and consulting teams <10 combined many left recently also

PA have some but again shrunk in size in the past years (believe they competed with Atos to see who could lose the most medical records on a data stick)

BMS, serco, logica, steria all have health divisions mainly OS / techie

CSC - the stuff they got from ACN but behind schedule and currently contract being re-negotiated down

BT also do OS stuff nationally and in London

Of big4 probably Delloites have more in Scotland little else where and KPMG (do stuff in London but on hold Pause)

The Michelle (Mouchelle) stuff mainly came from CSC prior to all the ACN people being tuped into them so they dont do as much now (this was Hedra stuff which Michelle acquired)

There are several niche players - mental health strategies and some others offering Lean, departmental stuff.

If you are more specific around "type of consulting" might be able to help further

Fred

Hi Fred,

If you're still about do you have further specific info around health consultancies that specialise in efficiency etc?

Thanks

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#7 RE: Healthcare consultancy
27/05/2012 20:21

fred to qwertyking (#6)

Yep still around

Main players I know of are;-

delloite:

Capgemini:

Pwc:

GE:

Kpmg

PA: and

Atos

There will be some niche players also but these are the main

Players on frameworks in the UK so have more than the odd client if you are looking at potential employers

Fred

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