Central London Healthcare CIC is the GP Federation covering the Central London CCG area. The organisation supports 34 General Practices and 4 Primary Care Networks (PCNs). We operate a number of NHS contracts including a Care Navigation Service, a Clinical Pharmacy Service, a Community Dermatology Service, and Partnership in Practice (PiP) - an out-of-hospitals provision which is sub-contracted to its 34 General Practice members. Our vision is to be recognised as a leading GP provider network, run by clinicians for the benefit of our local population. We will achieve this by working with patients and partners to ensure that general practice remains sustainable and independent. Our approach is to deliver exceptional assistance to our 34 General Practice members and to operate our NHS contracts in a manner that supports our Practices and their patients by providing services economically, locally, promptly, and in a familiar environment.
A primary responsibility of this role will be to provide effective oversight, management, and coordination of the integration of the Network Contract DES Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS) within PCNs as well as enabling the timely and efficient recruitment and allocation of new roles within this scheme, ensuring roles are successfully embedded into PCNs.
This combined PCN and CLH post is a vital role within a complex environment of primary care management. The role will deliver on a wide range of business, data submission, transformation, and improvement initiatives across the four PCNs in Central London, providing strategic transformation support and leadership.
This post holder will be instrumental in advancing our PCN development plans and promoting sustainable services for delivery via CLH. The post holder will also work with member practices to break down challenges to implementation across our population.
The post holder will need to be extremely well organised and possess excellent time management skills. A highly motivated individual with initiative is key to take ownership of the role. You will be a team player, professional at all times and able to develop strong relationships and engage with a wide range of stakeholders across the PCNs to ensure collaborative approaches to service development and delivery. In doing so the post holder will improve integration with the broader community services as our networks mature. The post holder will be responsible for managing agreed projects with a focus upon developing the partnerships across primary care, community services, social care, mental health, the voluntary sector and secondary care that are enabling on-going MDT development.The post holder will actively support integrated ways of working whilst promoting standardisation and efficiencies for each network.
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