After two years in the public sector, I started my consulting career at PwC in 2010. Throughout my time there I developed a broad set of consulting skills designing and implementing large scale change...
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Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) have required the NHS to develop place based strategies for new models of care, built around the needs of the local populations. The challenge now is how to deliver them.
At Berkeley, we work closely with patient groups, clinicians and management teams to understand change and establish the delivery programmes. We can help coordinate local engagement, build financial models or develop implementation roadmaps. In the areas of analytics and big data, we work across a number of industry sectors, understanding what leading organisations are delivering and how to apply this thinking to the NHS.
We have experienced consultants who understand the NHS environment and know how to work with colleagues to make change happen.
We look at the success factors required to drive successful adoption of productivity and collaboration tools.
By involving the whole community in your project from the outset, you multiply your chances of seeing effective and lasting pages across the business.
We helped develop a strategy to integrate BMI's primary and secondary care businesses.
To safeguard its future, the NHS must find a credible way to achieve financial balance. However, just like their counterparts in other sectors, health leaders won’t act on a hunch.
Across healthcare the landscape is changing. Sustainability, transformation of services, financial balance and digital footprints are all associated with complex change programmes. We can help you accelerate this change, working with your people to define the strategies and deliver the projects necessary to improve the health outcomes for your local population.
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