MCO helps healthcare organisations collect and analyse the outcomes that matter to patients. Watch our overview to see how.


How does it work?

"Outcomes are the results people care about most when seeking treatment, including functional improvement and the the ability to live normal, productive lives."  ICHOM, 2016                             

 MCO collects and reports relevant outcome measures from patients throughout their care according to local requirements. 


  • Patients enter data
    • via desktop, tablet or smartphone
    • in-clinic, on the ward or at home
    • tailored to condition, treatment and stage of treatment


  • Clinicians may, if required, review results in real-time to
    • validate accuracy of treatment details  
    • personalise care for individuals
    • monitor long-term progress


  • Healthcare organisations have new information to ensure high value care and
    • identify meaningful clinical variation across whole service
    • review current and historical analytics broken down to any level
    • ensure high patient engagement though real-time uptake metrics


It is now possible to systematically measure the actual results of treatment in order to ensure high quality care for all patients.



UK & International Accreditation

MCO is accredited by the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) to help  UK private hospitals meet the requirements set by the Competition & Markets Authority to collect and publish outcomes data.  

In 2014, MCO were one of the first four suppliers to be accredited by the International Consortium of Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM). ICHOM are aiming to publish Standard Sets covering more than 50% of the global disease burden by 2017. 
MCO are  proud to be an ICHOM Technology Affiliate.

  • "MCO are unusual in being led by a former clinician who understands the challenges of delivering high-quality, cost-effective IT systems in healthcare and who clearly has a singular focus on helping to solve the challenge of systematic outcomes measurement."
    — Professor Richard Schilling, London Atrial Fibrillation centre
  • "The digital-first approach taken by MCO engages patients in the process of measuring outcomes, allows data to be used to inform clinical decisions and allows our members to cost-effectively expand the scope of collected data as necessary."
    — Matt James, Private Healthcare Information Network
  • "Patients have the right to know how good (or find out how bad) their surgeon is and it is only through the innovation and hard work of companies like MCO that this information is starting to become available."
    — Mr Richard Sinnerton, London Upper Limb Unit
  • "I am impressed both by their commitment to patient engagement in the process of measuring outcomes and on real-time clinical utility of collected data."
    — Mr Giles Stafford, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sport Hip London



Dr Tim Williams | CEO

Tim worked in the NHS as a doctor and healthcare management consultant before founding My Clinical Outcomes in 2011 to help bridge the gap in patient-centred data available to inform clinical care. He undertook Prof. Michael Porter's Value-Based Healthcare 2014 seminar at Harvard Business School (HBS) and attended the 2nd and 3rd annual ICHOM conferences at HBS, presenting MCO as a certified supplier at the latter in 2014.  He is committed to addressing the need for cost-effective digital technology to support the widespread adoption of Value Based Healthcare.



Sally was a financial trader in the City of London by background, before becoming an account director at Data Explorers, a financial data and software company providing sensitive benchmarking information to large investment banks and hedge funds. More recently Sally was COO of Userly, an outsourced technical partner for high-end startups. She joined My Clinical Outcomes to apply her specialist mix expertise to help address some of the technology challenges of healthcare.  




Kulvinder is the former CTO at the Map of Medicine where he was responsible for software development and service delivery in domestic and international markets (specifically in the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions). He is focused on product innovation strategies, ensuring successful roadmap delivery, ensuring the security and scalability of the underlying architecture in accordance with international governance requirements, and leading the in-house technical team.


Loren joins MCO having worked with us as a research and analysis intern since 2014, while he completed a BSc in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Edinburgh and an MSc  in Global Health at UCL. He was awarded the Chadwick Trust fellowship at UCL to research community perceptions of a family planning program in a remote region of Northern Kenya. Loren is interested in the ever-growing application of technology as a tool to help address challenges in global public health.


Rob has designed and implemented numerous enterprise systems across a variety of domains including corporate risk, insurance, life sciences and human resources. Rob is passionate about software craftsmanship and is pushing forward technology at MCO to leverage the core platform for new opportunities. Before entering industry in 2003, Rob completed a PhD in Artificial Intelligence at Reading and still enjoys growing artificial neural networks for clustering, classification and novelty detection. 

kam banwait | creative DEVELOPER

Kam is a front end developer with an eye for design & growing experience in UX. He’s worked for various organisations helping them implement new ideas & projects from paper to fully working products. Advising on best practices & accessibility, Kam’s focused on designing & developing with a mobile first approach.




Sukey has a background in retail financial services, having worked in compliance and as a senior mortgage underwriter, before becoming a QA analyst testing systems in the financial services market. She has experience of both automated testing and manual testing with a keen eye for detail.  She joins MCO to help advance our QA capabilities, provide continual quality control, prevent defects, and ensure MCO continue to provide great quality products to our customers and users.


charles killer | JUNIOR DEVELOPER

Charles comes from a broadcast background where he was a part of a team designing, building and delivering playout systems. In this role he was on the leading edge of the industry, implementing brand new technologies. He is joining MCO as a Junior Developer with a focus on refining and developing the user interface. Charles completed a BSc in Mathematics at Cardiff University prior to working in industry.




Dan is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in the NHS at the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust, specialising in hip and knee replacement surgery. He developed an interest in the application of using routine and real-time use of outcomes measurement to support quality improvement in clinical practice while on a fellowship programme in Vancouver, experience which contributed to the development of the initial system. Dan continues as a close advisor to MCO, helping ensure continued clinical utility as the platform develops.



Justin is an entrepreneur and investor with a strong interest in healthcare and is closely involved in applying his considerable experience to provide strategic oversight to MCO. He is the founder of WaysofEating, and a director of several fast-growing technology companies. Justin was founder of Investis and CEO for 13 years before exiting the business in 2012. Before that, he was Head of New Media at the Guardian. He started his career as a strategy consultant at OC&C, and as a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford.    


Pritpal trained as doctor and worked at a variety of publications including the BMJ and BioMed Central before joining the Map of Medicine as Medical Director. Since 2012 he has worked as an innovation consultant in the UK and US through his consultancy. His clients have included TEDMED, for whom he was the Physician Editor and co-host in 2013, and the NEJM Group, whom he helped optimise growth opportunities. In parallel, he is exploring new ways to create and value health through the 'Creating Health Collaborative’.



Diane is a public health doctor, former director of strategy at Milton Keynes PCT and led the implementation of an outcomes-based contract for musculoskeletal services at Bedfordshire PCT in 2014; the first of its kind in the UK. Previously, she was a Harkness Fellow in the USA researching GP understanding of the value of healthcare and since 2011 has worked with Prof Sir Muir Gray as a System Design Consultant at Better Value Healthcare. She is currently a director of COBIC, whose mission is to help change healthcare towards a service that measures success through the outcomes achieved by its users and the value for money achieved for taxpayers.