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Bromley Healthcare

Jan 03, 2016




Bromley Healthcare. Our Objectives To Provide Community Healthcare To be seen as a provider of choice. What we do 450,000 Patient Contacts Community Nursing Children with Additional Needs Re-ablement Long Term Conditions/Primary care Health improvement Community Paediatric Team - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Care Home Liaison
Continence Service
Feeding Team
Health Improvement
Health Visiting
Children's Hearing Assessment
Hydrotherapy & Aquatots
Intermediate Care Services, Community Assessment and Rehabilitation Teams
Occupational Therapy for Children & Adults
Rapid Response
Tissue Viability Service
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What has happened in Bromley to arrive at Bromley Healthcare?
PCT Board
Explored long-list of options 2008/2009
Reviewed outline Business Case for two options June 2009: Oxleas (Foundation Trust) and Bromley Healthcare (Social Enterprise)
Requested full Business Case for Bromley Healthcare in early 2010
Gave final Approval – Sept 2010
Subject to Assurance by NHS London
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Social Enterprises
Over 5% of all businesses in the UK*
Contribute £8.4 billion to the UK economy*
Department of Health white paper is very supportive of this model for Healthcare
*Source: 2005-07 Annual Survey of Small Businesses
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Social Enterprise
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Income will come through the ‘selling’ of our services
Surpluses can be reinvested in services
Better for patients
The benefits of social enterprise for patients
Directs public money into organisations that have been established for public benefit rather than shareholder profit
Activities are focused around community need
Services delivered by people with a real stake in the business, resulting in better quality
‘Balanced score-card’ approach to business at our core
Access to services that may not otherwise be available
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Voluntary sector
Local Authority
Spring 2011
Requires NHS London and Department of Health due diligence and approval
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Clinical Director (2x 0.3wte)
GP Dr Cath Jenson +
Ops. Dir. Andrew Hardman