NHS Improvement is to produce a league table on the most effective management consultants | HSJ
At a session at the NHS Confederation conference in Liverpool yesterday, the head of the regulator’s financial improvement programme, said the ratings would go down to team and individual level.
Matthew Fox said performance would be hard to measure and would be done with the necessary respect for the individuals involved, but would get “into the world of Uber and individual scoring”.
The programme, now in its second year, sends teams of management consultants into trusts to turnaround financial performance. The ratings would apply only to consultancies involved in the programme.
Mr Fox said the programme was the “amber” to financial special measures’ “red” and NHSI asked firms to demonstrate a return on investment of 4:1.
He added that trust management teams were generally aware of where the savings opportunities were, they just did not have the time to pursue them, and this was where the external agencies came in.
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