NHS Outline Business Cases

National Elective Recovery Capital

We’re currently supporting a number of NHS Trusts in the UK to prepare for national elective recovery projects.

NHS Trusts have submitted their applications for capital funding to increase capabilities in reducing the elective backlog, and we have been working with many of those that have been shortlisted and now need to submit an Outline Business Case in a very short timeframe.

Example Outline Business Cases

We can support NHS Trusts in writing the design, costing and programme content to help meet the rapid turnaround requirement for Outline Business Cases.

In addition, we are also able to share NHS Outline Business Case examples as templates. Please get in touch if you would like to be sent supporting documents.

Short Form & HM Treasury Green Book

Health Spaces have fully HBN & HTM compliant designs, costs and delivery programmes for surgical hubs, theatres and bedded and seated recovery wards for rapid deployment.  These designs can be adjusted to suit the needs of your Trust, providing a great springboard to getting all the information you need for submitting business cases for elective recovery capital funds.

We can support with both short form business cases for £5-£15m, and for HM Treasury Green Book compliant business cases for those over £15m.

Speculative Resource for Trusts

Health Spaces can be procured through the SBS and ESPO framework; however, we can offer speculative resource to get initial designs, budget costs and draft delivery programmes together at no cost to the Trust.

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Book an appointment

If you would like to discuss our services further or would like support with writing your outline business case, simply get in touch at info@health-spaces.com to arrange an appointment.

NHS Outline Business Case Examples to Help Support with National Elective Recovery Capital