The development of a robust business case is vital to making the case for change whether the introduction of a new model of care or the commitment of funding for a new development. At Rubicon we have extensive experience of working with clients to write business cases for large scale capital developments, whole system change and niche service development. By working alongside our client we ensure that we really understand the local unique circumstance to allow us to work up the right response for you. We focus on bringing challenge to our clients – changing assumptions and costs, as well as bringing experience from elsewhere: all with the aim of producing the best possible case for change.
Recent and ongoing examples include St Ann’s Hospital land sale, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals electronic patient records and e-prescribing, King’s Health Partners’ haematology, Dorset Healthcare’s community hubs programme, Brighton University Hospital’s emergency department scheme, Oxford University Hospitals’ development of satellite radiotherapy centres, a large mental health site redevelopment in London, Great Western Hospital ED and non-elective capacity, East Berkshire’s Shaping the Future programme (changes to Heatherwood Hospital), North Staffordshire’s mental health service redesign, a case for the acquisition of West Berkshire Community Hospital, neurosciences and cancer business cases for Addenbrooke’s Hospital and an outline business case for a specialist adolescent unit in the west midlands.