budget impact model (BIM)

Imagine being able to present a tool that clearly shows the benefits of your product, is well received by the NHS, is visually attractive and readily compliant…

case study
case study

budget impact model (BIM)

Our award winning BIMs process complex information and present this in an easily digestible format.

We work with you to optimise your story, blending product and environmental knowledge with our understanding of health economics – all of our models are completely bespoke.

The structure of the story takes into consideration the time limitations of customer calls, by providing the option to go through each phase with a minimal amount of clicks, whilst offering additional pages should more information be requested.

The design is reflective of insight gathered from our NHS customers – a preference for visuals over a tabular list – to enable easy presentation in their internal meetings.

NHS customers also like the option to have a PDF data export, as well as a locked-down version, to be able to present internally and this platform provides this.

Our BIMs are intuitive and easy to use, and we also provide ongoing training and support.

insypher. therefore. clarity.

budget impact model (BIM)

Situation: patient access to treatment for our client’s therapy area continues to be a challenge in the UK – the service is under incredible pressure due to the volume of referrals, hospital capacity and limited access to nurse support.

Task: the company wanted to create a BIM in 2 months to support an ‘In Year Service Development’ (IYSD) proposal for NHS England in the estimation of the potential budget impact of including their high cost medication as an option, alongside other available treatments.

Action: the creation of a fully integrated BIM which combines multiple data sources and presents it in an easily digestible format. The BIM allows for segmentation and forecasting through bespoke geographical selection, whilst outlining the clinical benefit for patients and overall cost savings of treating patients with this product.

Result: since the introduction of the BIM, 90% of the 35 priority trusts in England have the product on formulary and the Blue Teq High Cost Drugs System has opened up in the South West of England. In addition, market access approval has been gained from the Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Board just 10 weeks post-HTA.

insypher. therefore. clarity.