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|STPs using ‘RightCare approach’ to tackle bed shortages
|There are plenty of other long term conditions which need better detection and monitoring...
eg diabetes, COPD, CHD, hypertension, arthritis etc...
Multimorbidity is a problem within the NHS..
"People with long-term conditions now account for about 50 per cent of all GP appointments, 64 per cent of all outpatient appointments and over 70 per cent of all inpatient bed days."
|Porky, the interesting point is how TLY got the contact or contract, did they approach the practice or was the practice referred by the CCG...
Usually I would expect the CCG to highlight medical conditions and inform the practice on how to improve the detection of them...
wasn't that what the QOF system was for? improving detection and giving the practice the incentive to improve and report...
If the practice was referred to TLY by the CCG then there is the possibility of further referrals for the CCG's other practices...according to East Suffolk CCG, there are over 50 in their area..
Exactly ..... Foot in the Door ...... Suffolk new footprint ....
Contracts just keep coming ........ Small .. Medium , all we need is a couple of large jointed contracts which will come in time ...... So what have we got to look forward too............ Contracts .. Aquisitions ..more Contracts ..More Aquisitions = Even More Contracts ...|
|The rns is actually really good news...
The contract is at GP Practice level not CCG level. There are some 7,500 GP practices in England and just over 200 CCGs...
Stowhealth Practice has some 17,500 patients so I think £45k for the 1 practice is a good contract value... after the initial training to better detect AF, how many patients are likely to be needing continuous health coaching on AF??
There are also the opportunities to cross sell other services and provide clinical coaching for other long term conditions.
There is also the possibility that Suffolk CCG will want to implement the scheme in other practices within their area...
|Solid rise in revenue from £580k to £3.7m... on the back of acquisitions... and these being largely coming in H2... so a full year of revenue from the acquisitions should be a lot higher...
However, don't know cash position nor expectation on profit..
I would also like an update on Myclinicalcoach; numbers subscribed to date, feedback etc..
Still heading in the right direction with their add and build strategy... I don't mind it being slowing. I'd rather that than the BoD rush in and buy acquisitions for the sake of it...|
|Yes indeed a solid update. I think everything is on track for Bob Holt to build an empire, albeit relatively slowly.
I see Cenkos are still alone on the bid after the rise this morning, although the next price is now 56p from Shore Capital so it is looking slightly stronger!
|Solid update today,quiet here even with Bob Holt as chairman.|
|Nobby, still no target price from Cenkos...
|There was another largish buy yesterday (25k). It seems someone is slowly building a stake and is the reason Cenkos are maintaining the 56p bid.
|NHS study finds mobile app improves management, quality of doctor visits for people with Parkinson's Disease
health coaching... instead of follow ups every 6months...improving care between clinical consultations...
“These findings suggest that the PTA (Parkinson’s Tracking App) can be useful in improving outcomes and processes of care in people with PD (Parkinson’s Disease), similar to results seen in other chronic conditions such as diabetes and asthma,” the study authors write. “Given that typical follow-up of patients with PD by clinical care teams in the UK occurs approximately every 6 months (by consultants or nurse specialists), this finding suggests PTA is useful in improving care for a significant period of time between clinic consultations.”
|New West Physicians Deliver Health Dialog's Award-Winning Decision Aids to Patients
Shared Decision Making (SDM) is huge in US.
"Data show that people who use Health Dialog's SDM programs tend to choose less invasive care, have better outcomes when they choose surgery and report being happier with both their care and their provider."
"Payers, patients, physicians, professional societies, government and patient advocacy organizations have praised the power of SDM to help people make better, more informed healthcare decisions,"
"SDM programs provide evidence-based, unbiased information on treatment options and condition management to support more informed dialog between physicians and patients."
|Aquisitions ..... Performance Related Payments ...... Excellent Aquisition Strategy....|
|Just another observation. When Cenkos became the joint broker late last year I was wary because this scenario often is the prelude to another fund raising. However, looking on level 2 it has been Cenkos who have been driving the price up recently and aggressively on the bid all the time. For example currently they are alone on 56p with the next best bid at 52p. That is the exact opposite you would expect of a broker who is looking to raise money.
Incidentally they only started as a MM for TLY when they became joint broker. Previously there was just the 3 MMs which is not really enough to get a sensible spread.
Just IMHO of course...
|sikhthetech what about all the buying yesterday before the Rns looks a bit fishy or not..............|
|The Mcap is £11m.. If the BoD can back up their strategy with solid figures and outlook, as well as showing cash is not burning then the share price will take care of itself...|
|It is worth pointing out that TLY had over £2.9 million at the interims. So even after the £400k purchase of Optimum in November and the associated extra payment at the end of 2016, there will still be a healthy cash balance for any imminent acquisition. Since all the acquisitions are profitable, they should have burned much less cash in the second half, although clearly they are investing in infrastructure such as IT.
|sikhthetech NO buying today and all the buying done before the Rns so would you say that looks like maybe insider trading...|
|Footprint and Revenue....Gathering Pace...|
|Your fake links in the header STT still there hope thats not a fast one on new punters|
|Another contract..This time a 'new' £130k contract and for About Health'...Good start to the new year...|
|so no placing yet but was there insider dealing with the buys in the last few days???
19 January 2017
Totally plc ("Totally", "the Company" or the "Group")
About Health wins new GBP130,000 contract with Harrogate and District Clinical Commissioning Group for Referral Management Services
Totally plc (AIM:TLY), the provider of a range of out-of-hospital services to the healthcare sector in the UK, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a new GBP130,000 12-month contract ("the Contract") with Harrogate and Rural District CCG ("the CCG"), through its subsidiary About Health Limited ("About Health"), a community based dermatology services company and provider of Referral Management Services ("RMS") under contract to the NHS since 2009, to provide RMS to the CCG. Revenues for the Contract are scheduled to commence later this month.
Wendy Lawrence, CEO of Totally, said, "I am pleased to be able to report another significant opportunity for About Health, whom the Group acquired in June 2016 as part of our progressive buy and build strategy. The quality of About Health's referral management services continue to be a key differentiator in this market and underpins its success supporting NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups to improve the healthcare of their local populations.
"We are pleased with the progress being made by our operating businesses and feel we are in a strong position to benefit from a healthy pipeline of potential contract opportunities going forward. I look forward to updating the market further as we continue to build on our vision of becoming one of the leading providers of out-of-hospital care in the UK.|
|Yes - every little helps!|