OpenAI partners with Faculty to help businesses use Generative AI
Unlock the full potential
of Decision Intelligence to
power your decision making
Decision Intelligence is revolutionising the way we deliver healthcare. From accelerating innovation in life sciences, from research to commercialisation, to optimising scarce capacity in hospitals and helping to keep more people well for longer.
Our blend of custom solutions and decision intelligence
technology is used every day to:
research in drug
efficiency in supply chains
and patient pathways
Proactively plan and
deliver patient care
Enable the safe
deployment of AI into
clinical and mission
Build the data
of internal teams
Helping hospitals make the right decisions for patients and staff
Tackle backlogs, efficiently allocate
resources, optimise daily decision making
and improve patient outcomes
Whether it’s a daily challenge like managing your available beds and scarce capacity to treat growing patient demand. Or a strategic change like joining up community, social and acute care to keep more people out of hospital. Your decisions are harder than ever – yet have never been so important. The status quo will no longer suffice.
Life science AI solutions, from research to commercialisation.
Enhance research, accelerate development
cycles, optimise manufacturing and
improve patient outcomes
Developing novel medicines and devices is becoming more complex, costly and taking longer. Whether it’s optimising research cycle times, improving clinical trial design, or getting better control of your inventory, Faculty have deployed AI-based solutions that help. Our Decision Intelligence frameworks help our life science clients to quickly find the most valuable ways to integrate AI-based technology into their business.
Winner of the Best Healthcare Analytics Project for the NHS at the
HSJ Partnership Awards 2022. Finalists in the HSJ Partnership Awards 2023.
“By using this leading technology developed with Faculty, we are helping to support frontline staff in their ongoing mission to save as many lives as they can by equipping them with the most accurate information.”
Chief Data & Analytics Officer at NHS England
“Pressures remain high, but staff are determined to address the Covid-19 backlogs, and while that cannot happen overnight, harnessing new technologies like A&E forecasting tool to accurately predict activity levels and free up staff, space and resources will be key to helping deliver more vital tests, checks and procedures for patients.”
NHS National Medical Director
“We had an absolutely critical partnership with Faculty during the pandemic response. They brought skills and expertise to complement the NHS, worked shoulder-shoulder with our team and encouraged bi-directional learning. Together we have achieved so much”
Deputy Director at NHS England and Improvement
“The Faculty and NHS teams’ co-development with frontline clinical and operational teams has been outstanding; and the online visualisation access is intuitive, far better than the Excel files and PDFs that are typically circulated. The NHS needs more of this sort of work.”
Director of Strategy at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS
“Faculty and the consortium have opened up vast opportunities not just for future AI adoption in the NHS, but for developers to build better performing and safer AI models, too.”
Head of AI Imaging at NHSX
At times of unprecedented crisis, we’ve partnered with healthcare systems at a national scale to ensure complex, the best intelligence-powered life-saving decisions.