We offer an end to end service, focusing on getting the best solutions to help you achieve your goals. You want to make the best decisions you can – and we have the insight, expertise and tools to analyse healthcare markets and advise on market development and healthcare procurement opportunities to benefit your organisation.
- A comprehensive end-to-end service, from pre-procurement phase to contract signature
- Scanning external sources to provide market intelligence at local and national level
- Local healthcare market analysis using a range of tools and techniques to identify and produce market development strategies in new, emerging or established/ mature markets
- Support to identify and maximise the market opportunities that could add benefit to corporate objectives
- Advice, support and resources to identify procurement solutions, including identification of issues and managing potential areas of risk
- A robust procurement process, compliant with relevant legislation, national guidance and statutory duties
- Ensuring sound governance arrangements are in place to support the statutory obligations of governing bodies, boards and executive groups. Expert advice to keep your healthcare procurement safe.
We help you spot potential opportunities through knowledge and understanding of the healthcare market gained through effective engagement and analysis. We know our way through the complexities of procurement and make your job easier by ensuring it follows a carefully selected process to help you get better outcomes for patients using the most cost effective approach.
How we’ve helped
NECS has supported NHS England (West Yorkshire) Health and Justice Commissioning Team in procuring a Non-Clinical Substance Misuse Service at both HMP Wakefield and HMYOI Wetherby. The procurement has acquired a significant reduction in contractual spend, from £2.83million to £1.64million, i.e. £1.1million reduction over the three year contract term. In addition to the financial savings achieved which support QIPP targets, combining the services into a single contract will introduce efficiencies in managing contracts, alongside consistency in delivery and quality across the two sites.