We understand and engage with health and social care, driving improvements into patient pathways and flow.

SurgiQ makes clinical pathways more effective, less invasive and easier on patients, their families, and healthcare teams, allowing priority based scheduling of both cancer and non-cancer patients, providing real-time tracking and Artificial Intelligence tools with ability for dynamic reporting and planning of the entire patient journey from GP referral to post-treatment hospital discharge.

Equality responsiveness.

We have created transparent pathways, designed to meet patients', providers' and commissioners' needs. We are deeply committed to collecting evidence, spreading gold-standards and best practice.

SurgiQ by numbers.
£ 100k
per surgical service saved / year
1 FTE
per surgical service recovered / year
+20%
operating theatre efficiency
33,856
new patients managed per year
198,891
patients managed so far
 

What our community says about us.

SurgiQ and Barts have piloted solutions to prioritise, streamline and audit surgical pathways, on cancer and non-cancer patients. The SurgiQ dashboards allowed live tracking information on waiting times, breaches, demand for surgery, clinical outcomes and service effectiveness and efficiency. Staff surveys showed that SurgiQ is user friendly and able to track the progress of the patient pathway, giving ready access to meaningful patient information for the scheduling and planning of pre-assessment and theatres, useful to support the prevention of breaches. The study also measured potential efficiency increases and time savings. SurgiQ is partner with Barts and QMUL in further and wider projects on surgical audit systems.

The Royal London Hospital, London, UK

At Galliera Hospital in Genoa, a reference regional hospital for geriatric care, SurgiQ manages surgical waiting lists in traceable and cooperative manner. The platform allows to share among the surgical team members all relevant information about the pathway in real-time and has improved the process management notably. Patient’s rights are protected by the unique prioritisation algorithm, which allows to schedule activities accordingly with patient’s urgency class and maximum waiting time. SurgiQ has also contributed to the delivery of a new care model supporting a Nurse-managed Ward, reducing costs and optimising bed occupancy and patient flow across different level of intensity of care.

Galliera Hospital, Genoa, Italy

Bambino Gesù is the largest paediatric hospital and research center in Europe, with connections to leading international centers in the sector and a staff of almost 3,300. The adoption of SurgiQ brought in several benefits, ranging from a fully paperless and computer based waiting list, to its centralised management to improved guarantees in terms of equity and transparency. All actions on relevant data are tracked, data is audited and the prioritisation system is now a shared tool which helps staff schedule patients for surgery.

Bambino Gesù Child Hospital, Rome, Italy

Certifications.

SurgiQ has an Information Security Management System certified by RINA in compliance with the standard ISO/IEC 27001:2013 in designing and delivering software solutions in the healthcare market.

ISO/IEC 27001:2013