SJ Leatherdale, Partner and Head of our Health and Life Sciences Practice explains how the Topol Review will impact senior leadership across NHS Trusts and bodies
Dan Kiely, Consultant in our Private Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice looks back at 2018 and explains why the independent healthcare sector can expect a new lease of life
SJ Leatherdale, Partner and Head of our Health and Life Sciences Practice talks to interim manager Martin Roe about his recent Odgers Interim assignment with South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
Following the recent NHS Providers conference Rebecca Brandwood, Consultant at Odgers Interim and SJ Leatherdale, Partner and Head of our Health & Life Sciences Practice look at what Providers need from the new 10 year plan to recover performance and transform services
Case Study: An Integrated Approach to Interim & Substantive Appointments at St Anne’s Community Services
St Anne’s Community Services operates across the whole of the North of England, supporting people with learning disabilities, mental health problems, issues relating to substance misuse and the homeless. The charity...
Area of Expertise: Communications
Over the past twelve months, we have hosted a range of events across all sectors. We’ve invited senior management teams and leaders to share their views on the biggest issues affecting industries and the wider news agenda. Below, we wrap up some highlights of our events calendar.
The NHS is a prime example of a people-focused organisation. While patients are its main concern, its staff are its biggest asset.
The independent health sector looks to interims for transformation support
“I would recommend using an interim for situations like this,” says Richard. “With Patsy, it was clear from the outset that she knew her stuff. The LOM she implemented has brought some real benefits that are helping us going forward.”
Odgers Interim has named Partner Sarah Lovell to lead Odgers Berndtson’s Northern healthcare team.
Transformation of the NHS: preparing for change
Working as I do in the independent health sector, I am often bemused by the nature of healthcare debate in this country. To someone unfamiliar with the inner machinations of the health sector, reading the newspapers must be a fairly terrifying experience.
SJ Leatherdale & Sarah Lovell, Partners at Odgers Interim discuss the impact of recent developments and absence of a national people strategy during this time of turbulent transformational change.
From the Lord Carter review to the NHS Five Year Forward View, the NHS is undergoing an unprecedented period of change. Rebecca Cooper discusses how a variety of interim management expertise is helping the health service deliver transformational changes.
Austerity, integration and transformation: people hold the key to NHS future
I trained as a mental health nurse and worked in the NHS for a number of years before joining Priory in 1996
Dan Kiely shares his ‘state of the nation’ thoughts across the private healthcare and independent care sectors.