Resolving Chaos uses economic analysis to change the current system of commissioning services by making the economic case to improve the outcomes for people who face multiple disadvantage. We offer a new approach – using financial data to make a local business case for investing in sustained and effective services for this client group. Our purpose is to create the conditions where a wide choice of personalised services, with proven results, are commissioned through integrated investment because it is the financially prudent thing to do.
Description of the work:
- Share and promote our proof of concept for investing in multiple needs.
- We track outcomes and service use to demonstrate where costs have fallen as a result of targeted interventions. This data creates the business case to invest in sustainable funding for preventive services.
- Respond to the changes in public sector commissioning structures– particularly those which use new economic models, such as a Payment by Results– to critically assess the impact on the client group.
- Ensure these new commissioning arrangements in health, CJS and Local Authorities include the multiply disadvantaged and transfer power and choice to the user.