CF projects and individuals have been shortlisted in the 2020 MCA and HSJ Partnership Awards
At CF we are passionate about health and care which we feel shines through in the work we deliver to our clients. We are delighted to have been shortlisted once again the HSJ Partnership awards and to have been shortlisted for both client and individuals awards by the MCA.
HSJ Partnerships 2020 Awards
- Best Consultancy Partnership with the NHS with Barts Health Trust for “Development of 10-year strategy for surgical services”
- Best Healthcare Analytics Project for the NHS with Lancashire and South Cumbria STP for “Home First for Intermediate Care”
- System and Data Integration with Lancashire and South Cumbria STP for “Home First for Intermediate Care”
MCA 2020 Awards
The MCA is the Management Consultancies Association which acts as the voice of the consulting industry and represents the UK’s leading mangement consultancy firms.
- Change and Transformation in the Public Sector with Isle of Wight Trust
- Best use of Strategy with Barts Health Trust
- Rising Star – Asha Patel
- Team Leader Consultant of the Year – Phil Livingstone
I am personally thrilled to see that CF have been shortlisted with Lancashire and South Cumbria STP for the HSJ Partnership award for Healthcare Analytics and the award for System and Data Integration. The advancement in analytics across healthcare is a vital to both help consultants and systems move faster in implementation of recommendations, but also in giving systems the ability to exploit the data to unlock new opportunities. The work we achieved in Lancashire and South Cumbria saw the creation of a truly integrated dataset which allowed systems across Primary and Secondary care, adapt their services to better meet population needs, which allowed 23,000 more patients to receive care closer to home and helped systems save £88m as 600 acute hospital beds are freed up.
We are excited to have been shortlisted for a record eight awards this year. We are proud of the work that we have delivered with our client’s, it is our shared passion for long-lasting improvements within health and care that has given us the impetus to continually strive to create and implement strategies that will leave a legacy of positive change for both systems and patients alike.
On a personal note, I am very proud of Asha and Phil who were nominated and shortlisted in this years MCA awards. At CF one of our core values is being passionate about health and care; we find that our consultants are both professionally and emotionally committed to going the extra mile – I am delighted that Asha and Phil have been recognised as two of the consultants at CF who are exceeding expectations in the consultancy space.