Sunday, 17 May 2020

CASE STUDY: ORGANISATION CHANGE

TASK: Review of the Governance Arrangements (primary, secondary and third-sector voice) for Health and Social Care in Jersey

ROLE:Business Analysis / Consultancy

ISSUES:The Council of Ministers asked The Minister for Health and Social Services to review the governance arrangements for Health and Social Care, to ensure that Jersey has the best Health and Social Care system for the future. The review, which is part of the States of Jersey’s reform of the public sector, is looking at how different health and social care systems across the world are organised and will establish what can be learnt from other jurisdictions and enable the best solution to be found for Jersey.

ACTION:As HSSD Governance Review Project Director oversaw the initial establishment of the Project: Including set-up, initiation and management, including successful funding bid and ran the day-to-day management. The project included procurement of external advisors and management of the Project’s Steering Group meetings and papers, outputs and actions. The project also included significant consultation and engagement exercise with a number of health and social care stakeholders.

OUTCOME:Identified a number of different health and care systems from around the world which have been considered by a broad range of health and social care stakeholders in a significant consultation and engagement exercise to evaluate the best models for Health and Social Care and their suitability for Jersey.

TESTIMONY:I worked with Tim Rogers on the review of the governance arrangements for Health and Social Services in Jersey. Tim was the Project Manager from January –August 2017 and was responsible for the co-ordination of the review, administration of all external contracts with suppliers including KPMG and the day-today programme management. The review involved a broad consultation and engagement with a number of stakeholders in health and social care. Tim was an excellentproject manager with meticulous attention to detail, in-depth knowledge of the systems and processes of the States of Jersey and an understanding of the stakeholders with an interest in the review. Claire Austin (2016)

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