Badenoch & Clark successfully awarded on to the new Crown Commercial Service Non Medical Non Clinical Framework

  • Tracey Sherring
  • 30/06/2015
  • 01:30
  • Adecco Group

There has been much publicity in the national press of late on the increasing usage of agencies by the NHS.

Whilst the majority of spend can be accredited to nursing and doctors there is also considerable spend in the Non Medical Non Clinical arena.The new Non Medical Non Clinical (NMNC) framework award is great news for NHS organisations looking to control spend on agencies through using preferential, pre-agreed rates to recruit their temporary workers.

Badenoch & Clark has been successfully awarded on to the framework, effective from July 2015, and we will be proactively working with our customers to ensure we are partnering them towards their goal of reducing spend through providing a best value service.

With our wealth of experience in working with NHS customers we have the knowledge and ability to help them identify how to manage and control their agency spend.

The immediate benefits of engaging with us and utilising the framework are:

→ Pre-procured agency margin taking advantage of collaborative procurement buying power

→ A real-term reduction on previous Badenoch & Clark fees of 35%

→ Full transparency on pricing

→ Assurance that we are fully compliant with NHS Employment checks

→ First hand advice and support on how to mandate use of approved suppliers across the organisation

→ Opportunity to acquire even greater savings by engaging with us as a single agency

The NHS faces challenging times as it continues to strive to achieve much needed efficiency savings. We are committed to assisting the NHS through our passion for providing high calibre people to enhance and add value to the existing NHS workforce. We are excited to be able to offer such great value and outstanding service levels and very much look forward to working with the NHS over the coming months.

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