In 2019 we are proud to be finalists in the HSJ Partnership Awards, the MCA Award for Consultancy of the Year, and to have been recognised by the Financial Times as one of the Top 50 Management Consultancies in the UK.
PPL was founded to work with individuals, communities and organisations throughout the UK to improve health, wellbeing and economic success.
To achieve this, we apply world-class consulting techniques and practice, and invest in developing new ways of addressing the opportunities and challenges facing our society. Whilst we are not in this for awards, we are very proud that our work in partnership with our clients and other sector partners has been recognised, including as winners of the:
UK Management Consultancies Association Consulting Excellence Award for Ethical Behaviour 2018
“PPL was founded in 2007 around seven value which spoke to the organisation they wanted to be, with ethical at the centre…. PPL believes that only by keeping ethics at the heart of what they do will the organisation continue to survive and thrive, and in doing so continue to add value to their clients and all they serve”.
Institute for Continuous Improvement in Public Services CEO Special Award 2017
The award recognised the success of our work with the West London Alliance to transform the experience and outcomes of people being discharged from hospital, working with 8 clinical commissioning groups, 8 local authorities, 10 acute trusts and dozens of other local groups.
UK Management Consultancies Association Consulting Excellence Award for Client Service & Value 2017
The judges said “This firm is driven by the impact that they make with their clients, and that the whole firm lives by their values, ensuring that it is a powerful and sustainable values-driven business. They demonstrated great clarity of vision, impressive leadership, and a relentless focus on impact and benefits for clients”.
Patient Experience Network National Award 2016
“The WLA programme has delivered a new integrated model of hospital discharge, better outcomes for patients and an improved patient experience through co-design and co-production of the new models of care and effective stakeholder engagement”.
UK Management Consultancies Association Award for Innovation 2013
PPL worked with colleagues at Nesta, the Innovation Unit and six localities across the country to support the development of new approaches to the management of long-term physical and health conditions, built around bringing together individuals and professionals to “co-produce” better health and care services and outcomes.