- Advert number: 317206-0
- Posted Date: 14/11/12
- Closing Date: 03/12/12
Ambitious for patients
The new Health and Social Care Act 2012 has made changes to the way health care is regulated in order to strengthen the way patients’ interests are promoted and protected. Monitor will become the sector regulator for health care, which means that we will regulate providers of NHS funded services in England. To do this, we will license providers of NHS-funded services in England, regulate prices, enable integrated care, prevent anti-competitive behaviour and ensure service continuity in the event of provider failure.
Executive Director of Patient and Clinical Engagement
£ COMPETITIVE SALARY - LONDON BASE
The newly established post of Medical Advisor and Executive Director of Patient and Clinical Engagement will advise the Board and Executive Committee on clinical matters, including providing input into key strategic and operational regulatory decisions and ensuring Monitor engages effectively with patient and clinical stakeholders.
The successful candidate will have the breadth of experience necessary to successfully establish and build a new function that will be an integral part of delivering Monitor’s new role. In addition, successful candidates will understand and be committed to the health reforms. Candidates must also have senior and extensive board experience, as a Medical/Clinical Director in a provider Trust, Strategic Health Authority, Department of Health or Arm’s Length Body. Candidates should be able to demonstrate a track record of having worked on and with Boards in addressing broader corporate and clinical governance issues and ideally have been involved in or led national projects.
For an informal conversation about your suitability, please contact Richard Goodall, at Michael Page on 0161 833 5077.
We would be open to considering applications from those wishing to work part-time and/or on a secondment basis.
Please submit your application by sending your CV and covering letter to email@example.com, by noon on Monday, 3 December 2012.
Further information on Monitor can be found on www.monitor-nhsft.gov.uk
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