We deliver across a national footprint and offer a suite of bespoke services to compliment all areas of Health and Justice.
- Contract management support
- Commissioning support: supporting or delivering any element of the commissioning cycle including the procurement process
- Programme and project management support
- Mobilisation of healthcare contracts and services
- Review of healthcare contracts and subcontracts
- Review and mapping of custodial and non-custodial pathways (for example, ICS transition, neurodiversity)
- Workforce planning
- Health Needs Assessments
- Equality Impact Assessments
- Integration of Health and Justice Services with community pathways including substance misuse, primary care and mental health
- Service reviews
- Clinical quality assurance, including audits and site visits
- Implementation of NHS long-term plan programmes including Mental Health Treatment Requirements and Reconnect programmes
- Development, implementation or improvement of customer Project Management Office (PMO)
- Specialist review of Continuing Health Care and social care delivery
- Training optimisation
- Medicines Optimisation
- Specialist advice to partners e.g., academic partners, ICS, NHS providers.
- We are a trusted expert, able to successfully deliver large and complex projects across a variety of Health and Justice settings
- Our specialist team has a wide range of backgrounds, including Health and Justice commissioning, provider frontline delivery, clinical quality assurance, procurement, youth offending services, police, prison, SAAS delivery, NHS providers, transformation leads and project management
- This diversity of experience and collective knowledge of the Health and Justice landscape ideally positions us to provide our customers with a broad spectrum of support services.
- Co-authored Open and Inclusive Recruitment Guidance for those with Lived Experience into the Secure Estate with NHS England
- Supporting the transition of H&J non-custodial services into an ICS in the North of England, including mapping provision of H&J services and providing practical support on implementing new commissioning models and workforce arrangements
- Clinical service reviews of prison healthcare, directly informing re-procurement (including workforce requirements)
- Review of current service provision and recommendations for staff training and development plans to support neurodiverse individuals in the criminal justice system regionally. We are now project managing the implementation of these recommendations based on the success of the initial project
- Completing multiple Health Needs Assessments for H&J settings, including workforce review.
- Delivery of a 3-phase review of new models of working and workforce development across prison healthcare in the South West
- Developing a ten-year strategy for the implementation of the Framework for Integrated Care in Humber and North Yorkshire, including workforce baselining and training plan
- A Review of Prison Health Care models to support effective recommissioning of 11 prisons across the region, including project managing mobilisation of 11 new services
- Long-term central programme and project management support to the National Quality Lead for NHS England Health & Justice Children Programme including the successful development, mobilisation and implementation of the Framework for Integrated Care (SECURE STAIRS.
- Completion of Clinical Assurance Visits to review Pharmacy services in the North West and ongoing Pharmacy assurance visits to prison in the North East and Yorkshire.
- Training, support and ongoing delivery of Continuing Healthcare assessments to prisons in the North
- Benchmarking of pharmacy costs across the North of England prisons to deliver recurrent savings
- Project managing set up of the Secure Schools Programme in England, including recruitment
- Project managing roll out of Reconnect and MHTRs across the South West, including development of an MHTR Practitioner capacity model now adopted nationally
- Implementation of NHSE H&J commissioned report recommendations.