Northamptonshire County Council-owned care company with 2,0000 clients taken back in-house after unsuccessful experiment



One of the county council's companies that were created to manage key services and make money for reinvestment has been effectively shelved because it was running out of money.
Olympus Care Services was created in 2013 as a frontrunner in ex-CEO Dr Paul Blantern's 'Next Generation' model of local government.
Council officers were transferred across and the council commissioned them to manage services such as dementia care and care for people in their homes, allowing it to compete in the open market.
But it director of adult services Anna Earnshaw, has created of a new directorate for... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Regional East, Views: 52
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