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0845 388 0302

Primary Care Support

Federations, Practice Mergers, Income Generation & Access

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Scott Mckenzie UK has a highly successful track record in establishing new at scale service providers in the NHS, e.g. federations, super practice and provider companies.

 

 

The goal of this project is to help and support the clients  to make real, lasting change in their approach, helping them get to the next level that sets them apart from competitors trying to work with the same client base.

 

 

Given our track record in working between the Pharmaceutical Industry and these new at scale providers, where there has already been implemented a small number of MEGS and formal joint working projects, we are confident we can achieve remarkable outcomes from this work.

For more information on how we can help you, whether you are at the early stages of considering forming a federation

or you are already up and running please contact  

Frances on 0845 388 0302 or

email enquiries@scottmckenzieconsultancy.com

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Coaching and mentoring for Pharmaceutical Companies

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Scott McKenzie UK  has a very small number of days available for one to one  or small group coaching.

 

Our goal is to work with a small number of individual and corporate clients to enable them achieve their full potential.

 

Scott McKenzie UK will use the time questioning, listening and facilitating the clients own thought processes to identify solutions and actions, rather than take a directive approach. Where it’s required he will of course be more directive to ensure success from the work.

 

By way of an example, a project was recently completed work with a pharmaceutical company client, working directly with field base Key Account Managers. We were guided by the client in terms of the outcomes they wanted from the work, while being flexible enough to ensure they could maximise the time and input to achieve the desired outcomes.

 

The work centred upon developing goals in the build-up to day one, which then set outcomes measures for the project. This grounded and focused the work and by the end of day three completion of at least some of the outcome goals had taken place and there was a firm plan being executed to achieve the remainder. Throughout the project there was ongoing review of the methods being used and reassessment of both approach and progress in relation to each goal to ensure they remained valid.

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