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People across the UK are living longer. Advances in technology are changing aspects of everyday life, at home and in healthcare. Commissioners and providers are being challenged to deliver new strategies, strategies that will transform local care.
To respond to these challenges a new way of working is emerging. Collaboration between organisations will be increasingly important across the health system. This is how integrated care will be delivered, along with sustainable transformation plans and the IT projects to underpin it all.
At Berkeley, we’re here for your organisation when it really matters. Whether it’s helping our clients develop commissioning, reconfiguration or provider strategies, or shaping and delivering integrated IT solutions, we have experienced consultants who understand how to work with NHS colleagues to get things done.
One of the core Berkeley services, across all sectors, is helping organisations define their strategy. Local health care system sustainability and transformation plans (STP) require collaboration, new ways of working and innovative thinking. Individual organisation plans need to reflect the wider health economy direction and set out how your organisation will deliver on its commitments. We have experience in delivering strategies that last.
We have worked with commissioners and providers to define new models of local care. We have led thinking on integrated care through our Better Care Fund work, both nationally and locally. We have worked with local commissioners and their commissioning support unit to define the approach to capitated budgets.
Delivering the technology strategy for your digital footprint is essential to enable integrated care. Technology is moving fast and significant efficiency and productivity value can be unlocked through better integration. Across IT strategy, complex procurement, project delivery and assessing / assuring existing technology investments, Berkeley has a strong track record of making digital projects a success.
Our consultants have experience of working with teams to design and implement new organisational structures and operating models. We have also programme managed whole system reconfiguration. Through our coaching offer we support team members and senior management with leadership development.
Recent work has seen our teams evaluating the root causes of issues and working across clinical teams and managers to implement changes to drive increased patient flow. By analysing the causes of breaches, from the A&E front door to integrated discharge, we have implemented projects to help improve performance.
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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