Right to Provide
Right to Provide gives NHS and social care staff the opportunity to manage the services or care pathways they currently deliver with the greater freedom and independence that comes from setting up their own organisation.
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 … – Top tips for establishing a healthcare social enterprise
‘The Right to Provide – learning from the Right to Request’ Following a series of successful learning events to support staff considering or already progressing with a proposal under the Right to Provide, the next event will be held on … – Social enterprise learning and networking event
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 … – Right to Provide learning event – building your business
NAViGO Health and Social Care Community Interest Company, a new social enterprise providing mental health services to communities across North East Lincolnshire has won two Philip Baxendale Awards for Excellence in Employee Ownership. Kevin Bond, chief executive of NAViGO, said: … – Healthcare social enterprises gain national recognition
Less than eighteen months ago, Dawn Hewitt, Chief Executive of CHUMS (child bereavement, trauma and emotional well-being service) and her small team embarked on the exciting and challenging journey to spin out of the NHS and become a social enterprise. … – Right to provide – getting your ideas heard