Provider Collaboration in the NHS - MV's offer
MV's offer to support NHS organisations form Provider Collaboratives
Collaboration is now the mode of operation for health and care, which is having big implications on the ways providers work. As NHS England describes them, provider collaboratives are ‘partnership arrangements involving at least two trusts working at scale across multiple places’.
We offer a wide range of support to NHS organisations seeking to work together in a more joined-up way. We bring a wide range of experience working with NHS trusts, primary care providers and social enterprises including in Essex, South Yorkshire and London.
We can work with you and your partners to respond to the unique challenges in your area. Key questions we can support you to answer are:
What are the ‘best fit’ options for collaboration, including bringing along place and system partners?
How can providers come together to deliver across pathways, provide greater economies of scale and opportunities for workforce, alongside retaining a clear focus on outcomes?
Our expertise combines strategic thinking with a deep understanding of what it takes to transform public services.
Download a two-page leaflet outlining MV’s offer.
To learn more about how we could help you contact John Copps on firstname.lastname@example.org
View our recent webinar 'How to form effective provider collaboratives in a reformed NHS', in partnership with Bevan Brittan LLP here.