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Procurement in the NHS 2011: every penny counts


Procurement in the NHS 2011: every penny counts

When Sep 13, 2011 from 02:10 PM to 02:10 PM
Where Manchester
Contact Name
Contact Phone 0161 831 7111
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Subjects we will be discussing on the day include;

Strategies for NHS procurement
Efficiency through Procurement
Improving the nation's health through efficient procurement and estates management
Releasing resources to support front line services
Supporting GP Commissioning and Procurement
The 'new' Buying Solutions
Driving Value through Procurement
Estates and Facilities Management
GP Commissioning

"Through the coming years, every part of the NHS needs to make every penny count for patients" - Andrew Lansley, Secretary of State for Health

The NHS aims to achieve savings of up to £20 billion over the next four years. How can such a great deal of money be saved without damage to patient care? There is no question that substantial procurement savings will be sought in the efficiency plans of NHS trusts and foundation trusts

Procurement in the NHS: every penny counts will help all those tasked with securing value for money to negotiate the shifting landscape, understand how to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the various procurement organisations and initiatives, understand the changes that are taking place and how to deliver the procurement savings that are needed if NHS services are to be maintained.

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