The part of the NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency

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The part of the NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency Neil Argyle Associate Director of Purchasing Policy and Performance 5 December 2001

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Agenda foundation to the Agency the NHS Plan Agency's Corporate Plan what does it mean for providers?

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Background: NHS Supplies NHS Supplies shaped 1992 resulting from NAO reactions – squandered acquiring muscle a portion of NHS – extraordinary wellbeing power 3 national working divisions: Purchasing Wholesaling Customer benefits all salary got from "clients"

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NHS Supplies size of operation – March 2000 4,500 national/'sub-national' contracts with 1,400 providers £2.5 billion affected spend (add up to NHS non pay use 2001/2 = £11 billion) 12 stockrooms 18,000 stock lines £42 million normal aggregate stockholding £530 million for each annum stores deals NHS Supplies lapsed 31 March 2000

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Historical perspective of obtaining and supply in NHS concentrate on non-pay spend in auxiliary human services verifiable "useful" part contracting and dissemination prepare driven and low profile aptitude in operational exercises cost centered hazy needs and techniques crosswise over NHS divided, variable practice NOT STRATEGIC

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Cabinet Office - Procurement Review 1998 Overall standards: working in association founding best practice hierarchical change 'Acquisition reserve funds of no less than 3 for every penny for each annum achievable'

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Trusts choose board part with particular duty regarding acquirement assume liability for nearby obtainment staff create a composed acquisition methodology actualize electronic data administration framework

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distributer to coordinations supplier deal with the inventory network increment impact £500 million £1,500 million survey potential for private back makers and shippers NHS Hospitals Clinics Community GP surgeries and so forth Wholesalers and Distributors NHS Logistics Authority

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chips away at sake of the NHS official organization of the Department of Health Chief Executive reports by means of NHS Operations Director to Health Minister Ministerial Advisory Board midway subsidized system concurrence with Department of Health NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency

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The Agency's goals – Framework Agreement with DoH convey a savvy production network guarantee methodologies reflected in clergymen's strategies and needs for the NHS set up general structure for execution administration of acquirement in the NHS decide/control the fitting level at which acquirement choices are made enhance proficiency and adequacy of NHS acquirement and inventory network enhance abilities, skill and polished methodology of NHS acquisition staff increment NHS sheets' consciousness of acquirement issues

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The NHS Plan An arrangement for speculation with managed increments in financing . . . . . . NHS to grow half in real money terms, 33% in genuine terms in 5 years 7000 additional beds in doctor's facilities and moderate care more than 100 new healing facilities by 2010 and 500 one-stop essential care focuses more than 3000 GP premises modernized and 250 scanners clean wards and better doctor's facility nourishment administered by 'current ladies' cutting edge IT frameworks in each doctor's facility and GP surgery 7500 more experts; 2,000 more GPs; 20,000 additional medical caretakers; 6,500 additional advisors

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NHS Plan – the change motivation administrations to be updated around the necessities of patients another arrangement of 'earned self-sufficiency' with £500 million execution finance Modernisation Agency national measures coordinated by customary investigation (CHI) expanded limit with regards to NICE NHS and social administrations to meet up – new Care Trusts part changes e.g. attendants ready to supply a few solutions persistent contribution at all levels concordat with private part

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NHS Plan – guide change to patients to have GP arrangement inside 48 hours end of long holds up in mishap & crisis greatest sitting tight time for an outpatients arrangement will be three months, and six months for inpatients huge development in growth screening program end to 'postcode lottery' fast get to mid-section torment facilities enhancing the patient environment

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NHS Plan – interest in gear 50 new MRI scanners 200 new CT scanners 80 new fluid cytology units 45 new direct quickening agents 3000 new mechanized defibrillators in broad daylight places 450 new and substitution haemodialysis stations expansion of "patientline" (bedside TVs and telephones) £250 million in new IT to support NHS Information Strategy

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enhancing access tumor CHD capital and limit youngsters imbalances and general wellbeing emotional wellness more seasoned individuals quality workforce execution NHS Plan – teams the "needs"

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more obligation to bleeding edge staff national measures/neighborhood conveyance auxiliary changes – Health Authorities, Regional Offices Shifting the adjust of force

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Agency's Corporate Plan 2001-2004 (1) will have made huge commitment to NHS Plan Agency will have driven on NHS obtainment destinations spilling out of more extensive government motivation Agency built up and perceived as focal point of mastery all non-pay NHS use will be liable to best acquirement hone Agency will impact 80% on non-pay NHS use no less than 30% (£3.7bn) will be bought from Agency contracts there will be full NHS responsibility to Agency's agreements proceeded… ..

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Agency's Corporate Plan 2001-2004 (2) the NHS will exchange electronically the NHS will utilize a coordinated inventory network for at any rate £1.5bn of its use authoritative structures will be set up over the NHS that will dispense with fracture and convey effectiveness all staff required in acquirement issues will have the required polished methodology, abilities and skills all obtainment action will be subjected to execution administration to incorporate exhibition of best VFM and will be routinely a portion of Trust Board motivation

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What do the progressions mean for providers? obtainment immovably on the plan, at both national and nearby level more comprehensive NHS acquisition - signed up acquiring and supply open door for supporting advancement accentuation on esteem, not simply value an 'once just' approach where suitable present day frameworks A STRATEGIC APPROACH