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Job Details: Programme Manager – Planned Care/Telehealth

  • Specialism:
  • Strategy & Change
  • Sector:
  • Commissioning
  • Salary:
  • £300+ per day (Outside of IR35 Scope)
  • Job Type:
  • Interim
  • Location:
  • London
  • Reference:
  • DL18551

A large NHS organisation based in London are seeking to appoint an interim professional for a period of 12 weeks initially to assist in the roll out of Telehealth services within Planned Care. 

Main Responsibilities:


  • Operational role to engage with key stakeholders involved in the roll out of a potential service, looking at the optimisation of the pathways within these service; 
  • Responsible for the ongoing improvement of patient experience, and understand the rationale of moving this service to a telehealth based service; 
  • Led on the formulation of key information related to the pathway, the savings that need to be realised in a short space of time and understand how this can help with demand management, also waiting times for this particular service; 
  • Responsible for presenting data found within the project, working with key people to extrapolate this information properly;

A successful candidate will have: 


  • Excellent project management skills, ideal hold a qualification within MSP or PRINCE II;
  • Experience within telehealth services, understanding the benefit of rolling out this type of service to patient;
  • Strong ability to interpret complex data and present this to senior people cross organisationally; 
  • Proven track record of working with Clinical Lead’s, other organisations and peer’s to interpret and collect information, also engage those people into the potential pathway. 

For further information on this post please contact Donna Larder on 0161 241 9674 or email 

PLEASE NOTE: This role must be appointed no later than 22nd January

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