Monthly Archives: September 2011

Maintaining Social Integrity

Laurence Demarco’s concern over cherry-picking the easiest clients in Social Impact Bond (SIB) contracts is misplaced. Social Finance spent considerable time designing the first SIB contract to ensure that there were deliberate incentives to encourage the SIB partnership to work … Continue reading

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Health services need a new type of investment to help achieve savings

The constrains that the current funding model puts on the NHS means value for money improvements are almost impossible to translate into long term savings. Paul Corrigan looks at how a new model of investment can change this cycle. Any … Continue reading

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