Health and Social Care
The radical changes in society, the economy, technology and the structural reform of the NHS mean that many healthcare organisations are at a crossroads in their development. They face critical decisions in order to be sustainable, such as whether to invest or divest; or to merge, partner or stand-alone. These decisions are in addition to the day-to-day pressures on services and demands from patients, regulators and clinical standards bodies.
BDO’s Health and Social Care Advisory team work with providers in tertiary, secondary, community, primary and private healthcare settings across acute, mental and social and community care. We also work with Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and commissioning support suppliers providing innovative and exciting solutions to help NHS and private sector organisations improve service delivery, patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes. We are proud to be working with a number of Vanguard sites, helping to deliver a sustainable model of care for the future.
We have developed approaches, tools and techniques that can be used to assess strategic decisions in a systematic and structured way, whilst taking account of the local needs and sometimes conflicting local views. Our experience tells us that staff need to drive changes in order for them to succeed.
Whilst we bring a wealth of ideas from our work with NHS Trusts of all types, by working closely with your clinical and non-clinical staff, we ensure that your organisation and people develop and implement the most innovative and effective ideas.
Our national Health and Social Care Business Support team comprises experts in tax and medical accounting. We provide business advisory services to a portfolio which includes GPs and practice managers, dentists, consultants, vets, healthcare social enterprises, GP federations and provider companies, CCGs and other health organisations.
Our core Health and Social Care Advisory team includes energetic and experienced professionals with NHS backgrounds in operational management, finance, procurement, nursing, acute medicine and surgery, HR and general practice.