Review of Social Finance Health and Social Care platforms
August 24, 2017
This is a short programme of work to identify areas of unmet legal need within the key ‘platforms’ that Social Finance have established and run in the Health and Social Care space (Shared Lives, Reconnections, Mental Health and Employment, and End of Life Care). Work will identify and explore instances where users involved with these platforms may have unmet legal needs, with a possible view to further platform development / work to address any gaps identified.
Increase Public Understanding
Advance High Quality Thinking
Increase Access to Employment
Developing Income Streams
Implications of Brexit
Legal Needs in Healthcare Settings
Influence the Online Court
Develop Robust Evidence Base
Understand Role of Technology
Law Reform, Policy and Regulation
Communications to Disseminate Learning
Fair Trials International
Addressing the IT needs of Fair Trials
August 4, 2017
Fair Trials’ IT system is currently not fit for purpose. As an increasingly international organisation, with offices based in London, Brussels and Washington DC, the reliance of the team on a single server hampers productivity and presents risks of organisational failure. The project will cover the costs of an IT consultation covering:
A review of current IT situation;
Assessment of IT needs based on business needs (London, Brussels, Washington DC);
Proposed solution and outline IT strategy; and
Selection of supplier to implement IT strategy.
This consultation will enable the selection of the most appropriate IT system and the most cost-effective provider to implement the system, resulting in much-needed changes to Fair Trials’ IT systems, reflecting their growth and more complex needs.