Dynamic Change and The Good Governance Institute have published a paper that outlines current issues and provides governance guidance to PCTs and their provider services. According to Dynamic Change “…in writing this paper it became clear that governance arrangements were often being developed in a hurry and without thinking through the ramifications for the future. Worse still, in many PCTs governance arrangements were being arrived at without a clear vision of what was to be governed.”
The purpose of the paper, according to Dynamic Change, is to encourage PCTs to pause before committing themselves further, and to be thoughtful about what it is they are doing. PCT leaders should think through what the aims of their provider de-merger is, the holistic nature of modern thinking on governance and only then start to put in place governance arrangements that are appropriate.
Readers will probably be familiar with the authors of this paper, Andrew Corbett-Nolan and Dr. John Bullivant of The Good Governance Institute.
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