The Role and Effectiveness of Public – Private Partnerships (NHS LIFT) in the Development of Enhanced Primary Care Premises and Services: Report for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation programme

Matthias Beck, J.S. Toms, R. Mannion, S. Brown, D. Fitzsimmons, N. Lunt, I. Greener

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Abstract

The research project analysed the role and effectiveness of LIFT via a multi-method study which included semi-structured interviews with policy elites and users, as well as case studies and an exploratory analysis of the financial characteristics of three LIFT Companies. While the team felt that it was able to identify key aspects relating to the advantages and drawbacks surrounding LIFT, some aspects relating to the representativeness of the study was adversely affected by a reluctance of PCTs to participate in the case study analysis and commercial confidentiality restrictions. The study was nonetheless able to identify important issues in relation to the funding and procurement of primary care premises and services.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSouthampton
PublisherQueen's Printer and Controller of HMSO
Commissioning bodyNational Institute for Health Research
Number of pages341
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Beck, Matthias ; Toms, J.S. ; Mannion, R. ; Brown, S. ; Fitzsimmons, D. ; Lunt, N. ; Greener, I. / The Role and Effectiveness of Public – Private Partnerships (NHS LIFT) in the Development of Enhanced Primary Care Premises and Services : Report for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation programme. Southampton : Queen's Printer and Controller of HMSO, 2010. 341 p.
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The Role and Effectiveness of Public – Private Partnerships (NHS LIFT) in the Development of Enhanced Primary Care Premises and Services : Report for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation programme. / Beck, Matthias; Toms, J.S.; Mannion, R.; Brown, S.; Fitzsimmons, D.; Lunt, N.; Greener, I.

Southampton : Queen's Printer and Controller of HMSO, 2010. 341 p.

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