In our work with customers across the public sector we have learned a crucial lesson: that the success of any organisation is directly linked to its leadership, governance structures and the quality of their decision making processes.

To achieve the NHS mission of "Quality Care For All" in a large and complex structure under increasing pressure and scrutiny requires high-performing boards and management teams.

The NHS is facing unparalleled challenges from a growing and ageing population, advances in technology and medical treatments and from changes in public policy and funding.

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Case Study

Read about the implementation and use of Decision Time within the East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust.

At Decision Time we provide simple governance tools that help Healthcare leaders to drive effective meetings, focus on strategic goals and manage organisational risks, allowing you to concentrate on matters that affect the nation’s well being, instead of grappling with paperwork and spreadsheets.


Contact us today to find out how our Meetings, Risks and Goals platform can help you to provide high quality patient-focused Health and Social Care services.


"Before the arrival of Decision Time Meetings I would have started preparations three days in advance of Corporate Management Team and Trust Board meetings. It was essential to print and read all the documents in advance of the meetings, such was the importance of their content. The software now provides me with access to review papers much earlier than was previously the case. It has also increased the time I have to prepare, as I can access papers at any time of the day or night”

Geraldine McKay, Director of Acute Services, WHSCT

"I no longer need to stay late in the evening to print and prepare meeting packs. Aside from eradicating overtime needed for creating and distributing meeting packs, Decision Time Meetings freed up time to allow the administrative and support staff to focus on other areas of valuable work."

Shane Jarvis, Committee Coordinator,
East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust