Case Study: Supporting the UK’s largest partnership business case
The PSC supported a world leading clinical-academic partnership which aimed to transform respiratory and cardiovascular service delivery for a population of over 11m people.
The PSC supported a world-leading clinical-academic partnership which aimed to transform respiratory and cardiovascular service delivery for a population of over 11m people. This was underpinned by the need for a substantial re-development project, to create a site that would be fit for aims of the new clinical model.
We supported partners to articulate a vision commensurate with a scheme of over £1bn – while being grounded in the unique skills and strengths of the partners. The vision brought together concepts in new models of care (networked, drive-by technology, delivered virtually where possible), with leading-edge treatment and research (translational medicine, data-driven research, and insights driven by exploration of common and rare conditions).
To develop the Five Cases for the Strategic Outline Case (SOC) of this re-development project, we assisted local clinicians, academics, and managers in working through differences in priorities for the new service model. In flexible, blended teams with clinicians and academics, we brought clarity and rigour in PMO and Business Case disciplines, supporting the design of academically-linked target operating models for clinical services. Using our expert network and empowering the research and clinical leaders in the Partner organisations, we used our future care design framework to incorporate international best practice and account for rapidly changing advances in care. This allows the quantification of a future model of care, grounded in reality that is owned by clinical leadership.
These outputs were translated for Estates Teams to develop schedules of accommodation and capital costs, and the resulting Business Case document achieved approval from Partnership Board of the involved parties.