Mutual Ventures

We are passionate about better, more sustainable public services

Our approach is based on our knowledge and commitment to public services whether delivered within the public sector or independently. We work across all areas including children’s services, health and social care, culture services and more.

We understand that every client faces their own challenges. Our team bring a ‘can do’ spirit and will work in partnership with you to find a solution that fits.

We work throughout the UK, with offices in London, Bristol and Cardiff

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A bow to the inevitable, a dose of common sense, and a streak of the radical – our comment on the NHS Ten Year Plan

Earlier this week saw the publication of the long-awaited NHS ten year plan. Originally due in the autumn, it picks up the torch from the 2014 Five Year Forward View and explains how the NHS will change over the next decade. This includes how it will use the extra £20bn a year of investment committed…

Engaging clinicians is pivotal to NHS transformation

As the NHS publishes its long-awaited ten year plan, MV consultant Umar Majid argues that change is only possible with the support and buy-in of clinical staff. The NHS is changing and it is clinicians who hold the key to ensuring that this change is successful and sustainable. As patients’ needs are becoming more complex,…

Transforming care by improving support services – how can we enable the enablers?

MV’s Jamie McMahon argues the importance of prioritising support services and asks how we can enable the enablers? Alongside excellent clinical care, support services are the foundation of an effective health service. Without hospital porters, cleaners, building managers and procurement officers doing their job, patients would not get the care that they need. These support…

End of austerity? Not yet for public services

MV’s Andrew Laird argues that we must bring public services closer together to keep future demand under control. This week, the Chancellor confirmed that the public finances are improving. But with Brexit fast approaching and businesses crying out for government support to deal the impact, public services are unlikely to see the financial floodgates opening…

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