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Welcome to GE Healthcare Finnamore, a leading specialist health and social care consultancy. Our purpose is to improve health and well-being and our passion is to unlock people's true potential to achieve transformational change.

 

Welcome to GE Healthcare Finnamore

 

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  • We are in a magnificently better place now than before you started.
    Heather Tierney-Moore, CEO of Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

  • You helped us to see the vision of the future and showed us how to get there, we believe we can change now and that’s a big step.
    Lowella Wilson, MRI Modality Lead, University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire

  • I wanted to express appreciation of a team that goes the extra ten miles in such a friendly yet professional and informed way.
    Dr Gareth Tuckwell, Chief Executive, Burrswood Hospital

  • Great solution and a great job... I've been singing your praises across the patch and recommending you to everyone.
    Jan Sobieraj, CEO NHS Sheffield

  • We would not be where we are now if it were not for you. You have really helped us moved on.
    David Sharp, CEO of NHS Derbyshire

  • The most powerful change they brought was growing a 'can-do' approach across our workforce - with individuals believing that they can change things. It is this which will take us forward.
    Brigid Musselwhite, Deputy CEO, RUH Bath

  • It is rare to meet people with such great intelligence, combined with an equal measure of great humility. For this, and everything you have done, thank you so much!
    Professor Antony Sheehan, Chief Executive, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

  • Excellent management consultancy with a highly attuned understanding of the NHS.
    Erville Millar, CEO, Kent & Medway Partnership Trust

Emerging Leaders Competition

ButterflyThe Emerging Leaders Competition for 2014 is now open for entries! The theme is 'Delivering Change Beyond the NHS', and applicants are invited to take inspiration from the HSJ/ GEHCF Delivering Change series. Our judging panel this year comprises Sir Bruce Keogh, National Medical Director; Rob Webster, Chief Executive, NHS Confederation; Clare Pelham, Chief Executive, Leonard Cheshire Disability; Alastair McLellan, Editor, HSJ; John Deverill, Managing Partner, GE Healthcare Finnamore. A bursary of £5,000 will be awarded to the winning paper, with a runner-up award of £2,500, and the submission deadline is 30 September 2014.

Full information is available here. Good luck!

 

Hospital of the Future: design for better care

Watch how our innovative simulation tools can help design better care and manage variations in clinical outcomes.

About GE Healthcare Finnamore

GE Healthcare Finnamore is a leading specialist health and social care consultancy, dedicated to achieving change through the clients we serve.  Find out more about our ethos, our services, and why we're different by watching our brief introductory video.

 

CCGs define their system leadership role

CCGs at present are rounding the final bend, getting ready to jump the final hurdle in submitting their five year plans. Some might see this largely as an administrative exercise, but for two CCGs we've been working with, (Chorley & South Ribble and Greater Preston, sharing a joint management team) they see this as 'the only show in town': an opportunity to radically challenge the status quo. They consider this process to be one of the biggest opportunities in years to re-imagine what healthcare might look like in their area.Edward Parkes

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A new angle on public involvement

Karen and JHGE Healthcare Finnamore's Jonathan Hale and Karen Smith respond to our latest GE Healthcare/ HSJ Delivering Change article - 'people power' underpins the campaign group 38 Degrees - what can the NHS learn from this approach when trying to bring about change?

 

For the full article, click here.

 

Care Integration 50

IC Logo RGBWe are delighted that two members of our Integrating Care advisory team – Sir John Oldham and Peter Colclough – have been included in the LGA/HSJ 'Care Integration 50'. To read more, click here; to see the full list, click here

 

Connecting Care for Children in North West London

CC4C photoIn May this year, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt called for new models of provision for primary care to help close the gap between general practice and acute care. In an article which appeared online and in the print edition of  National Health Executive (July/August 2014), John Deverill, GEHCF Managing Partner and Director of Integrating Care, discusses a new model to improve outcomes for children.

Thanks go to the editor, Adam Hewitt, for his kind permisison to reproduce the article. The original can be found here, or a copy of the article is available here.

 

  

In late May this year, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt called for new models of provision for primary care to help close the gap between general practice and acute care. In an article which appeared online and in the print edition of  National Health Executive (July/August 2014), John Deverill, Director of Integrating Care, discusses a new model to improve outcomes for children.

Thanks go to the editor, Adam Hewitt, for his kind permisison to reproduce the article. The original can be found here: http://www.nationalhealthexecutive.com/Home




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We are delighted that two projects we have supported have been shortlisted as finalists for this year's HSJ Value Awards, which received a record number of entries. Congratulations to fantastic teams at Imperial College Hospital and North West London CSU for their ground-breaking work on integrating paediatric services through 'Connecting Care for Children'; and to Chelsea & Westminster for their transformational approach to designing 'Boundaryless Patient Flow' across Acute and Community Emergency Care Pathways. Both teams will present to the judging panel, with results announced in September, and we wish them every success.

 


Strategic Consultants of the Year

awardsFinalists2014Black-01We are delighted to have been shortlisted again as finalists for the prestigious 2014 Health Investor 'Strategic Consultants of the Year' Award. This is the fifth time we have been finalists in the award, having won the category in 2010 and 2012.

The judges said we demonstrated "outstanding in-depth knowledge of the sector" and praised our achievements in "making a real and economic improvement for the benefit of our clients, but most importantly, for their service users".

One of the world's top 50 most ethical companies

GE hEthical awardsas been voted one of the world's most ethical companies in 2014. Brackett Denniston, Senior Vice President and General Counsel for GE said: "We're honored to be named one of Ethisphere's 2014 World's Most Ethical Companies, as it underscores GE's unwavering commitment to our customers, business partners and employees to perform with integrity and lead by example every day". For full commentary, click here.

Our vested interest in doing excellent work

EOAGE Healthcare Finnamore are proud members of the Employer Ownership Association. That means it's in our very best interest to do excellent work for you. We thrive on vibrancy, innovation, brilliant business performance and strong staff commitment, meaning that our clients and our colleague co-owners get the very best out of our success.

Times Top 50 Employers for Women

GE has beTop50Women-220en included in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2014, which lists the organisations that are leading on workplace gender equality. Mary Fitzpatrick, Diversity Leader at GE Capital, commented: "At GE we believe it is vitally important to be an employer that values diversity and this forms an integral part of our values and our approach to doing business. We believe that diverse teams lead to diverse thinking and, ultimately helps build a more successful business". For full commentary, click here. For the Times list click here.