Global healthcare models

Case Studies:

Health Transformation and Improvement


Agile e-learning delivered to 20,000 Registration Authority staff

In four months, escalla turned a potentially complex training challenge into a self-managed and affordable solution. NHS Digital were vocal in how much they enjoyed escalla’s products, professionalism and customer care."


Health Transformation and Improvement in KSA with Ada'a Health

"escalla has been working alongside Ada'a Health on a health transformation and improvement leadership project to deliver technical skills in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This project has been a part of our Healthcare Academies and Learning Programmes."

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Supporting Healthcare Reform in Egypt

“escalla have found working with Healthcare UK and the Department for International Trade to be straight forward and beneficial. The advice of how to trade in the region was incredibly useful and they also brokered meetings when in-country funding partners were needed."

- Siva Singh, Global Healthcare Director, escalla.

Ministry of Health

Global Sepsis Challenge

"Sepsis in Saudi Arabia is recognised as being a key contributor to an estimated 64,000 deaths every year. To address this, we put together an improvement programme, outlining new systems and processes for sepsis treatment and recognition, which has the potential to save 32,000 lives every year." 

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Junior Doctor Induction Training

"Since our partnership, not only have RHN’s 600+ staff enjoyed 24/7 online reporting, pushed their compliance rate from 67% to 90%, and seen their mountain of spreadsheets become a thing of the past; they’ve also been given the essential basic computer and online-working skills to become confident with their current IT systems, and prepared for the upgrades of tomorrow."

St George's Healthcare

Junior Doctor Induction Training

"With over 6000 staff, and 500,000 patients, ‘negative service impact’ during their upgrade was a phrase that St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust wanted to avoid at all costs. So, to make sure patients were kept safe and systems running smoothly, over 150 floorwalkers gave staff 24-hour, 1-to-1 training and support – from initial roll-out, right through to business as usual."