The Future of NHS Procurement: harnessing technology to do more with less
Do you understand the implications of the Future Operating Model (FOM) for local procurement?
Following the recommendations set out in the Carter Report, the NHS is transitioning to a new Supply Chain Operating Model with a view to using the collective buying power of trusts to deliver £2.4 billion in savings over the next five years. As plans progress, many are left pondering the ramifications for the procurement function within their organisations: essentially, that the type of work required is going to change over the next few years. At the same time, there remains a pressure to deliver increased savings from potentially diminishing opportunities.
There are still ways to do more with less though. Advances in technology, including Scan4Safety, are helping to mitigate risk and liability while at the same time improving quality of care. Dynamic supply chain management systems are generating significant savings and close collaboration between local teams and suppliers are bringing innovative new products and services into the NHS.
Now in its third year, the Future of NHS Procurement Conference will provide delegates with a clear understanding of the implications of the new operating model for NHS Supply Chain (FOM). Focusing on the technologies, strategies and skills required to deliver success, the agenda is packed with real examples of procurement technology in action to help procurement professionals do more with less.
Join us for The Future of NHS Procurement where leading experts in healthcare procurement and commissioning will explain how your organisation can save money without compromising on care quality. See how to eliminate waste in your supply chain, understand how data analysis can reduce spending and learn from examples of best procurement practice.
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