This section will guide you through how to write a business case and the evidence required to make it successful.
From West Hampshire CCG:
“If all the other steps are completed, this stage should take around 3 months, depending on your CCG’s approval timelines/processes
Think about option appraisals early on, and the benefits and disadvantages of a ‘do nothing’ option. A benefits realisation exercise (patient outcomes, system/productivity benefits, quality outcomes and cost benefits) should also be undertaken – NASH really helped with the evidence.
Undertake baseline mapping of current resources to understand the unmet need.
Handy tips for making a coherent case:
In developing the business case:
Align with CCGs priorities. Ensure that your case is a QUIPP programme, so that it remains high profile and delivery is closely monitored. Programme Management Offices (PMO), have resource to support you, so we recommend you work with them.”
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