Identifying areas where savings and efficiencies can be made within the NHS is only part of the battle. Having the capacity and the capability to implement and see through large-scale change and transformation is fundamental to reducing costs and creating efficient, high-quality and sustainable services.
Given the NHS’ complexity, implementing change is rarely straightforward. While the sector is now focused on results, there are many different factors that can have both a positive and negative impact on an organisation’s ability to see through change, all of which need to be considered as well.
Our organisational transformation team work side-by-side with the sector, helping them navigate large- scale change projects.
Some examples of our work within the sector include:
- QIPP identification, design and PID development for additional £12m (on £200m budget) saving for London CCG;
- design and development of a transformational plan enabling the delivery of a £50m financial saving programme, over two years, with an integrated PMO plan for a large acute NHS Trust;
- Right Care Transformation programme design and delivery including development of Transformational Strategic Plan (TSP); Portfolio Management Office support and development to implement project schemes for an acute Trust;
- full validation audit of the top 100 TSP schemes by value. Reviewing PIDs, Plans and Benefits identified; carrying out a triangulation exercise with finance, project lead and PMO for a large acute NHS Trust;
- identification of £60m savings (staffing, building and running costs) as part of a major Teaching Hospital’s redesign;
- supporting the regional collaboration of CCGs central support team through development of the business cases and wider financial information for sector-wide hospital redevelopment programme; and
- QIPP validation and gap identification, PMO implementation and supporting the Trust to deliver £6.3m in year one at an integrated care organisation
Our approach to helping organisations to deliver savings effectively is split into three phases outlined in figure 1. Download the full report.