Research service for NHS and life sciences
The importance of research within the NHS and wider healthcare sectors cannot be underestimated; the drive for innovation improves the health of the population and creates wealth in the UK by supporting productivity savings across health care delivery, increased growth in the life science industries and encourages the adoption of new technology and services within the NHS. The NHS Five Year Forward View, Accelerated Access Review and Life Sciences Industrial Strategy all promote the need for innovative ways of delivering improved healthcare and collaborative methods of working to support high quality research across all healthcare providers. Working within a thriving culture of research, innovation and education in turn leads the way for improvements and efficiencies as well as opening up opportunities for better clinical care.
IHS Associates have excellent, proven and trusted experience of delivering research across the therapeutic areas and within the NHS, academia, non-NHS providers, Life Sciences and SMEs and are able to support your needs from early concept to market. We pride ourselves in offering a pragmatic and bespoke service, dependent upon your individual needs. When dealing with IHS our clients can be reassured of our responsive, accessible and flexible approach; with our aim to deliver cost-effective and time-efficient client tailored solutions.
Our clients include:
Biotechnology and Medical Device Industries
NHS clinical teams
SMEs in healthcare industries
Our research service supports every aspect of the research and innovation pathway and can be adapted to your specific requirements:
Protocol Development and Support
Feasibility & Site Selection
Research Management and Governance
Academic Research Development
Non NHS Providers
Bespoke and individual support
Research Service for NHS and wider healthcare sectors
Our expert knowledge and existing partnerships with Life Sciences and the NHS enable us to foster collaborations and increase commercial research across all therapeutic areas and providers; to offer world class research opportunities to patients, develop further training and to embed research into core NHS activities.