JAC Awarded a Place on LLP’s CDIS
UK’s leading medicine management solutions specialist, JAC, has been awarded a place on the new Clinical & Digital Information Systems Framework Agreement (CDIS), launched by NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP).
LPP is a membership organisation, founded, funded and governed by NHS organisations. Working with its members, it supports the NHS to make the most of its purchasing power to maximise investment in patient care – helping trusts to deliver the highest quality services while at the same time ensuring value for money. Since its formation in 2006, LPP and its members have saved more than £1bn. LPP has more than 90 members including acute, mental health and community NHS organisations, and CCGs. Many of its frameworks are also open to the wider public sector.
LPP’s CDIS framework, which has a potential value of up to £1.3bn, has been developed at the request of the London NHS Chief Information Officers’ Council and the consortia of 38 NHS trusts which built the first Clinical Information Systems Framework in conjunction with LPP in 2013.
Through the CDIS framework healthcare organisations can form strategic relationships with key suppliers to the public sector in order to gain better value for money, improve performance and to align with NHS priorities. The framework also allows members to avoid lengthy procurement processes and supplier evaluations every time they have a requirement; saving both valuable time and money.
“JAC is extremely happy to have been awarded a place on the CDIS framework and we look forward to establishing new and strengthening our existing relationships with NHS Trusts, foundation Trusts, clinical commissioning groups, GP federations and other health and social care providers and organisations in the country to ensure better value for money in the delivery of patient-centred care,” said Robert Tysall-Blay, Chief Executive of JAC.
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