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Matthew Kershaw reflects on provider readiness seminars

Matthew Kershaw, Director of Provider Delivery, has taken time out to share his reflections on a series of seminars which the Department has been running in partnership with NHS Confederation across the country to discuss provider readiness for the new … Read more → – Matthew Kershaw reflects on provider readiness seminars

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Top tips for establishing a healthcare social enterprise

Since it was introduced in 2008, the Department of Health’s right to request scheme has enabled 25,000 people to spin-out of the NHS and become social enterprises.  More than 40 social enterprises were established through the scheme and collectively they will provide … Read more → – Top tips for establishing a healthcare social enterprise

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Opportunities in the new provider landscape

Tim Smart, Chief Executive of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust explains why he believes changes in the healthcare system offer healthcare providers a real opportunity to do things differently. ‘I fundamentally believe that the foundation trust (FT) model is … Read more → – Opportunities in the new provider landscape

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Chris Ham, Chief Executive of the King’s Fund gives his reflections on provider readiness

I recently facilitated a discussion, on behalf of the Department of Health, with a small group of chief executives and chairs from provider organisations and primary care trusts clusters.  The seminar provided an opportunity to explore some of the internal … Read more → – Chris Ham, Chief Executive of the King’s Fund gives his reflections on provider readiness

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Right to Provide learning event – building your business

Continuing on from recent successful learning events to support staff considering or already progressing with a proposal under the Right to Provide, the next in this series of events will be held on Wednesday 25 January 2012 in London. The … Read more → – Right to Provide learning event – building your business

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