Scrutiny: the new assurance?

Posted on 04/10/2017 by Various authors.

A good governance discussion document 

As collaboration and partnership working need to become more streamlined, more strategic and more effective, organisations spending public monies should be constantly redefining their roles and responsibilities, searching for constant improvement. Partnership working will need public accountability and systems leaders and partnerships needs to be more business-like; with a clear sense of purpose, outcomes and accountability.

Authored by Dr John Bullivant , Chair of the Good Governance Institute and CfGS Director, Tim Gilling, this joint paper looks at scrutiny across a number of organisations, as all four home nations are seeking better outcomes by the alignment of health, social care and other funders and providers. The paper is available free to download from the Good Governance Institute website.