Public Sector Supporting the Long Term Plan
We provide Psychiatry, Psychology, and Counselling Services for Children, Adolescents, Adults, and Old Age persons. Our services are nationwide channeling both face-to-face and remote resources into a Local Trust service. With over 20 languages spoken and over 100 clinicians across the UK, we offer a wide spectrum of services that add value and provide contingency.
Key benefits and continuity for Trusts
We work in partnership with each Trust to become an extension of your existing team. We provide the Trust with both daily clinical and operational support - supporting the organization to achieve specific needs & goals. From the contact center to covering clinical staff when they are off to provide continuity for the patient reducing waiting lists. We are registered with the CQC to provide Child, Adult, and old age both face-to-face and remotely across the UK.
Our objective is to provide future-proof compliance and technology-focused solution to assist with a changing model.
- We can provide national resources to a given local service or geographic area
- We can provide both onsite and offsite clinical services across many Psychiatric and Psychological areas.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services – Health Choices Global - Mental Health Specialists
Adult and Old Age Mental Health Services – Health phone Global - Mental Health Specialists
- Our services can provide continuity throughout the year no matter what area of expertise you require with the additional support service wrap to ensure safety and compliance.
- Our 24-hour contact center provides phone, email, and chat services to share incoming patient pressure with the Trust.
- Patient Management System that can channel safely sharing of information to provide up-to-date and live information for the Trust.
- Consistent and ongoing support for both organization and patients.
- Everything we do is bespoke flexible and based on the Trust’s requirements and needs.
Demand for mental health services is increasing in England, particularly due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But the NHS mental health workforce is struggling to meet the demand for care. Our teams are here to support this change and are engaging with Trusts and providers to see how we can assist.
Even before Covid-19, 1.5 million people in England in the year to March 2019 were referred to Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) services. This is the largest programme of talking therapies offered by the NHS, and ambitions are set out in the NHS Long Term Plan to increase the number of people accessing these services by around a quarter by 2023/24. This is an area of expertise our teams and are able to assist Trusts to grow this programme.
In England, the current NHS structure is:
- 10 ambulance trusts (including 5 foundation trusts)
- 135 acute trusts
- 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) and 6 Academic Health Science Centres supporting research, innovation and adoption
- 200+ CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Group)
- 35 community providers
- 54 mental health trusts (including 42 foundation trusts)
- 7,454 GP practices
- 853 for-profit and not-for-profit independent sector organisations, providing care to NHS patients from 7,331 locations
Our main focus is to provide additional support and resource to assist Trusts and providers to manage changes in demand.
In an average 24hr period, it deals with over 650,000 patients.
It’s the world’s fifth largest employer with over 1.5 million members of staff and around 10% of the country’s earnings are spent on it every year through taxation.
The UK National Health Service spends over £27bn a year on goods and services.
With the NHS, we support the following four purchasing rules:
- delivery of world-class patient care,
- delivery of value to the taxpayer,
- support for health-based innovation (technology- and non-technology based), and
- economic growth
Our business team is always at hand with you to talk through how we may be able to assist.