Transformation Analyst

Alliance for Better Care Ltd.

The closing date is 29 June 2022

Job summary

Ageing Well Programme

The shared purpose of this multi-agency programme is: To work together on transformational projects across our organisational boundaries, sharing best practice and expertise and keeping the patient at the centre so that care for people as they get older is preventative, holistic, has less hand offs and enables them to live at home as long as possible and die well.

The purpose of this role is to provide analytical support to the programme, both overall steering group and projects and enable those working in the groups to achieve their desired outcomes.

Main duties of the job

A particular focus in this role is working with our multi-organisational teams who are trying out changes to enable them to measure the impact they are having and use this information to make further improvements.

This is a specialist role and the post holder will need to have some experience of measurement for improvement but will have access to training and support to develop this skill.

About us

Alliance for Better Care CIC (ABC) is the federation of 44 East Surrey, Crawley Horsham and Mid Sussex GP practices, established in 2014, and comprising twelve Primary Care Networks. ABC is a Community Interest Company.

ABC’s mission is to transform how people manage their health in their community so that we all live happier lives

Our core values are:

  • Innovation
  • Honesty
  • Care
  • Inclusivity
  • Delivery

We have grown rapidly over the last three years and are seen as industry leaders in how we develop and transform our communities through Primary Care Networks and deliver high quality clinical services at scale, ensuring that no one is left behind.

We live out our value of inclusivity in the way we work with our partner organisations and our recognition that patients interact with multiple organisations throughout their lives, the more closely we can work together, the better the experience they will have.

One element of this is how we work with our partners in the East Surrey Place to transform health care for our population. ABC lead the Ageing Well working group in this respect and are therefore hosting project management and analytical support for this work stream.

This is a fixed term role for 1 year.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Main Duties and Responsibilities


Work with the Project Manager and clinical leads to ensure the correct data is gathered for KPI reporting and is presented in a meaningful way to the working groups, steering group and PMO.

Measurement for Improvement

Support those leading on improvement projects in both establishing baseline data and measuring for improvement throughout the course of the project and presenting data.

Use and teach key skills such as Statistical Process Control to aid teams understanding of when significant change has been achieved.

Population Health Data

Work with the East Surrey Place PHM Programme Lead to ensure the programme and all elements of delivery make full advantage of PHM data and tools.

Support teams specifically in gaining confidence in use of GraphNet, liaising with the central team in Surrey Heartlands as required.

Data Modelling

Aid development of data models for key elements of the transformation programme including impact of changes in patient pathway such as virtual wards on activity levels and financial impact.

Identify data interdependencies with other programmes and highlight accordingly. This to be done in consultation with and supported by CCG Finance / BI teams.

Liaison with partners

Linking with the CCG and providers involved in the programme is key to this role, key relationships are as follows:

  • CCG: Head of Transformation and Delivery, Place PHM Programme Lead, Senior Programme Lead, Head of Primary Care, Clinical Leads
  • First Community: Chief Operating Officer & Ageing Well Programme Director, Head of UCR, Transformation Lead
  • SASH: Integrated Discharge Team Lead, Geriatricians
  • All members of the Ageing Well Steering Group and Teams

Special Working Conditions

The post-holder is required to travel independently between practice sites (where applicable), and to attend meetings etc. hosted by other agencies.

The post-holder may have contact with body fluids i.e., wound exudates; urine etc. while in clinical practice and therefore should be immunised against common infectious diseases and Hepatitis B.

Health Clearance

Health clearance is required for this appointment including an Occupational Health questionnaire and if required attend for a consultation prior to appointment.

Disclosure and Barring Service Checks (DBS)

A DBS check and disclosure will be required before appointment for all posts with access to children or vulnerable adults or where the post holder has access to patient information.

Confidentiality and Disclosure of Information

In the course of your normal work you will come into possession of confidential information concerning patients, ABC and its staff. This information should always be treated according to the practice’s and ABC’s confidentiality policies. Any inappropriate disclosure may be subject to disciplinary procedures.

Raising concerns

Staff may on occasion have genuine concerns about healthcare matters and ABC endorses the principle that these must be raised in a responsible and appropriate manner, and in accordance with the Raising Concerns at Work Policy.

Data Quality/Security

The post holder is responsible for ensuring that he/she maintains the integrity and quality of both computerised and manual data.

Acceptance of Gifts and Hospitality

The conduct of staff in the health service should be scrupulously impartial and honest and in this context any offers of gifts or hospitality should be discussed with your manager, prior to acceptance.

Codes of conduct and professional standards

All staff must adhere to any codes of conduct or professional standards set by the appropriate regulatory bodies/professional bodies. It is the post holder’s responsibility to ensure they are familiar with these requirements and maintain their professional membership to the relevant body.

Risk (managerial and supervisory staff only)

Managers are responsible for implementing and monitoring any identified and appropriate risk management control measures within their designated area(s) and scope of responsibility. Full details are set out in ABC’s Risk Management Policy.

Health and Safety

All staff are advised that, under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and associated legislation, it is the duty of every employee to take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of other people who may be affected by their activities at work, and also to co-operate fully with ABC and others in connection with any arrangements to satisfy the statutory duties and responsibilities under the Act, including undertaking appropriate mandatory and health and safety training.

Infection Control

All staff must at all times be aware of their responsibilities for ensuring infection control and to maintain hygiene standards in accordance with infection control policies and instructions.

Personal Property

ABC is unable to accept responsibility for articles of personal property lost or damaged on its premises whether by burglary, fire, theft or otherwise and staff are advised to insure against all risks.

Equal Opportunities

Equality of opportunity is an integral part of ABC’s recruitment and selection process and recruiting managers must ensure that they comply fully with ABC’s Equality & Diversity Policy. ABC aims to ensure equality of opportunity for all irrespective of their age, colour, creed, ethnic or national origin, marital status, nationality, physical or mental disability, race, religious belief, sex or sexual orientation.

No Smoking / Vaping

Smoking or Vaping by staff, patients and visitors, will not be permitted anywhere on ABC or practice premises.


Staff must wear their identity badge at all times to assist in maintaining the security of the organisation; be observant, and not afraid to enquire of people as to their business in the hospital. Any suspicious behaviour must be reported to your line manage.

Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults

ABC as an employer is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults at risk of harm and expects all employees to share this commitment. If the post is one that involves access to children and vulnerable adults during the course of their normal duties, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be required. All employees have a responsibility for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults in the course of their daily duties and for ensuring that they are aware of the specific duties relating to their role.

Job Description Agreement

This job description is intended to provide an outline of the key tasks and responsibilities only. There may be other duties required of the post-holder commensurate with the position. This description will be open to regular review and may be amended to take into account development within the Practice. All members of staff should be prepared to take on additional duties or relinquish existing duties in order to maintain the efficient running of the Practice.

This job description is intended as a basic guide to the scope and responsibilities of the post and is not exhaustive. It will be subject to regular review and amendment as necessary in consultation with the post holder.

Please see the full job description for further information.

Person Specification



  • Maths and English GCSE A C
  • Higher level qualifications in relevant area showing ability to analyse date



  • Minimum 1 years experience of data analytics and reporting
  • Experience of using Microsoft packages i.e., Excel, PowerPoint, dashboard and database software eg Power BI and/or open-source alternatives, SQL and clinical systems i.e. EMIS / SystmOne
  • 1 years experience of working in a Health setting



  • Self-motivation
  • Adaptable
  • Full driving licence

Skills & Knowledge


  • Excellent data presentation skills
  • Knowledge of C++ or alternative programming language is an asset for some of our tasks, but for the right person can also be learnt on the job

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Alliance for Better Care Ltd.


Horley Health Hub

120 Victoria Road




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For questions about the job, contact:

Emily Dennett

Date posted

15 June 2022

Pay scheme



£32,934.82 to £39,360.15 a year depending on experience


Fixed term


1 years

Working pattern

Full-time, Part-time, Flexible working

Reference number


Job locations

Horley Health Hub

120 Victoria Road




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