The health and care system is under significant financial and operational pressures. Both of which are on the rise.

And with funding increases of at least 5% a year required to meet the NHS’ needs and improve services1, the big question is, what can be done to improve financial sustainability?

Adopting a collaborative approach

To cope with this evolving healthcare environment and to become financially sustainable, the NHS needs to operate as a collaborative local health and social care system. With more effective interventions and care pathways. Patients should only be hospitalised if they need to be. To achieve this requires more holistic and longer-term strategic thinking. Working more collaboratively with local government and the private and third sectors.

As a team, we have been working with the NHS and local authorities for over 30 years. And are the largest employer of CIPFA members and students in the UK. Our national team of NHS specialists provide a range of assurance, tax and advisory services. Our approach combines a deep knowledge of the NHS, supported by a wider understanding of public sector issues. We understand regional differences and, through proactive, client-focused relationships, our teams deliver solutions in a distinctive and personal way. Not through pre-packaged products and services.

Our services

We can help you achieve your objectives with the following services:


  1. Taxes must rise to fund 5% budget increase the NHS needs, The BMJ, 24 May 2018
Head of Public Healthcare Mark Stocks

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