The Partners Network offers companies like ours the opportunity to work closely with key stakeholders and regulatory bodies such as the Department of Health, NHS England, NHS Improvement, Number 10, HM Treasury, the Care Quality Commission and government ministers on policy development.
There are many benefits of being a part of the network, all of which help contribute to a more stable framework and clarity of direction for the independent healthcare sector.
The current priorities for the network are listed below and as a company providing an important service to the NHS we are looking forward to being a part of this.
Promoting health and care reform by managing the market; extending our existing work on promoting patients’ right to choose; and working with members to highlight efficiency and safety in the independent sector healthcare.
Promoting the value of the independent sector by telling a positive story about the sector’s capital, capacity and capability through the media and via thought leadership; representing the sector through the Department of Health’s Paterson inquiry; and extending our data capability
Building connections and understanding, in particular at our Annual Partnerships Summit and a separate event for the private healthcare industry to share best practice, and through our member meetings and forums.