Strategic recommendations and practical tips to help nurses write thorough and convincing business cases. This article is accompanied by a self-assessment questionnaire so you can test your knowledge after reading it. At a time of cuts and savings in the healthcare system, how can nurses convince decision makers to put money into improving or expanding services? A clear, concise and comprehensive business case is a good place to start. This article provides nurses with strategic recommendations and practical tips, stressing that a strong business proposal will need to be linked to local and national priorities, and articulated in the language of financial constraints. Nurses are often reluctant to write business cases but, with the right knowledge and support, they can successfully bring a service improvement idea into the strategic arena.
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The Guardian has obtained an NHS England document which summarises 22 key changes it believes will be included in an NHS reform bill due to be published next month. A twin-pronged attempt to severely restrict future privatisation would involve scrapping section 75 of the Health and Social Care Act and removing the commissioning of healthcare services from the remit of the Public Contracts Regulations The proposals also seek to limit the role of competition between different parts of the NHS, which critics claim has proved costly, damaging and a distraction from caring for patients.