The Power of Sustainability
About our partners
Bart’s Health NHS Trust is committed to delivering world-class healthcare and to ensuring the Trust remains fit to do so both now and in the future.
The trust is the largest NHS trust in the UK and is passionate about sustainability, working hard to develop new initiatives and effect positive change within their 5 hospital sites and workforce of 15,000.
Bart’s Health NHS Trust understands that they need to embed a culture that enables early adoption, adaptation and innovation to be driven throughout the organisation and into the core of the health services we deliver. In order to reach the highest number of stakeholders possible we were commissioned to create an explainer video for them
Sustainability in the NHS is about delivering high quality patient care for all and ensuring we can do so today, tomorrow and for years to come. It’s the small changes to the way we work that can make a huge difference.
Watch the film to find out how Bart's Health NHS Trust have inspired actionable change and relieved pressure on resources, making them go further, resulting in a total saving of £9.2M p.a and 48,511 tonnes of CO2.
E-Therapeutics are an Oxford, UK-based company with a unique and powerful computer-based drug discovery platform and a specialised approach to network biology. They wanted us to make them a video that describes how their network-driven drug discovery ("NDD") methodology allows them to discover new and better drugs in a more efficient and effective way.
American based health platform InTouch Health asked us to create an explainer video to show medical professionals the power of Enterprise 2.0, and the way it can bring them closer to their patients.
Find out how Barts Health NHS Trust lowers their impact on the environment and delivers better patient care through Sustainability.
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