Looking at the wider health and care system and creating an entrepreneurial culture in services.
Develop your managerial and leadership skills to create a positive impact on your organisation, with The Open University.Organisational practice is the examination of how the structures and culture of a company shape the actions and behaviours of its workforce. On this microcredential, you’ll learn how to become a manager who can increase productivity and efficiency to empower your workforce and benefit the broader environment.You’ll achieve this by exploring different organisational structures and learning how to adapt to change. You will also learn to recognise what is driving change in the contemporary world and how to adapt to it positively, in a way that’s inclusive, ethical, and promotes diversity.
Commissioning is the continual process of planning, agreeing and monitoring services. Commissioning is not one action but many, ranging from the health-needs assessment for a population, through the clinically based design of patient pathways, to service specification and contract negotiation or procurement, with continuous quality assessment.
There is no single geography across which all services should be commissioned: some local services can be designed and secured for a population of a few thousand, while for rare disorders, services need to be considered and secured nationally.
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This development series is based on insights and experience drawn from work with a number of Integrated Care Systems across England. It will explore what partnership working looks like across teams and organisations. What does this mean for leaders? It is co-designed with input from with the NHSLA and local representatives to understand their current challenges and opportunities. 6 modules in topics including Leading alongside your local communities and Improving the health of our local communities
New care organisations should be carefully planned to ensure the business is sustainable and able to deliver high standards of care.
Skills for Care provides guidance and advice to help those considering opening a new adult social care organisation. It includes recommendations, a checklist and insight from owners and managers that have successfully established new businesses.
The care sector is forecast to expand and become more diverse in the future, and with this comes more opportunities for providers to grow, meaning more choice for clients – as well as more competition. If you’ve become a successful provider, it’s only natural that you’d want to expand your services to support more people.
This qualification aims to build knowledge on the study of business improvement techniques, including workplace organisation, building effective teams and managing working relationships. It will also teach the importance of improving processes and procedures using visual management systems and flow process analysis.