Health, Social Care and Wellbeing

We are helping local partners transform health and social care.

The integration of health and social care services – and their connections to employability and poverty – have led us to transform our engagement in this area.

We work with policy makers and service providers to design, review and evaluate services in health and social care.

Our recent clients include Audit Scotland, Scottish Health and Social Care Partnerships, NHS and Clinical Commissioning Groups across the UK.

We also work with charities such as Macmillan and through our grant programmes invest in programmes that  improve health, wellbeing and social inclusion.


Evaluating health programmes

We provide independent evaluation of health and social care services across a variety of needs and conditions. Including measuring the cost benefit of interventions and the effectiveness of new innovations that engage service users.

Designing frontline services

We work with service providers to redesign their services, drawing on the experience of service users, service providers and best practice.  We provide helpful visualisations of service models alongside frameworks to measure their effectiveness.

Investing in health and wellbeing

Rocket Science works with funders and commissioners to invest in programmes that improve people’s health and wellbeing. We have particular experience supporting healthy activities for older people, minority groups and people with disabilities.

Recent Projects

Review of Glasgow Youth Health Services

In 2017, we reviewed the youth health services in Glasgow provided by the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership. This included reviewing current provision and recommending a new delivery model.

Bristol Living Well With and Beyond Cancer

We reviewed services for those in Bristol affected by cancer. This included a cost-benefit analysis of the savings to commissioners of an integrated package of support

Get Moving

We supported the Greater London Authority to invest in a programme of  support for older people aged over 50 who were inactive.  We designed and managed investment to small grassroots groups to run community based activities.

Check out our blog on how to use cost benefit to support early intervention!

Read the independent evaluation of the Get Moving pilot