Secondment oppotunities with the Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT) Programme which aims to help NHS trusts reduce unwarranted variation in clinical quality, productivity and efficiency.
The Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT) Programme will help NHS trusts reduce unwarranted variation in clinical quality, productivity and efficiency across 35 clinical work-streams and associated clinical services, and enable £1.4bn of annual recurring efficiencies to be delivered by 2020-21.
The Clinical Ambassador role:
- Helping trust CEOs and Executive team to synthesize up to 35 separate workstream implementation plans, drawing out the strategic clinical issues such as opportunities to consolidate several specialties into a smaller number of leaner clinical line management chains, or to work across sites and specialties to realise economies of scale though delivering network level solutions across local health economies.
- Ensuring clinical engagement of Trust responses to national GIRFT reports and, with the Hub Director, oversee the quality assurance and sign off processes for implementation plans arising from GIRFT specialty work streams in the Hub Area for use by acute providers within the context of local sustainability and transformation programmes.
- The Clinical Ambassador will, supported by the Hub GIRFT team, facilitate support to tackle the challenges and findings behind the variation that the review highlights at a local level.
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