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May 2019


Welcome to NHS SBS News - keeping you updated with the latest developments in NHS back office shared services.

In this issue:

Welcome to the Spring edition of our newsletter. This year has already been a busy one for us - and for all our NHS colleagues - as we begin to rise to the challenges set out in the NHS Long Term Plan.
The NHS SBS Exit Interview Service is a great example of how we work with other NHS organisations to develop solutions to the everyday challenges faced.
Since launching our NHS SBS payroll App, MySBSPay, the number of pay-related queries has hugely reduced - saving over 330 hours of their time every month.
Keep an eye on your inbox over the next couple of weeks for your copy of our new e-brochure outlining how we are supporting efficiency in the NHS.
From 1 April 2019, all Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) must offer a Personal Health Budget (PHB) to eligible individuals. NHS SBS is working with a number of CCGs to help them deliver the personalisation care agenda through the use of our unique platform, PHBChoices.
With the NHS Long Term Plan's commitment to national coverage of Integrated Care Systems by April 2021, we look at our online ICS maturity assessment.
Accessing framework agreements for swift and compliant purchasing has never been quicker or easier, thanks to the launch of a new portal that gives instant access to the complete portfolio of framework agreements managed by NHS SBS - including buying guides and price lists.
NHS Shared Business Services has become Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership's 'procurement partner of choice' in an innovative no-cost agreement designed to deliver a new generation of collaborative procurement.
The development of the NHS workforce implementation plan needs a change in attitudes and culture if it is to succeed, argues Mike Tresise, workforce expert from NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS).
NHS Improvement recently said NHS Trusts' agency staff spend had reduced from £3.6bn in 2016 to £2.4bn in 2018. But don't hang out the bunting yet. Bank spend - which has increased steadily as agency spend declines - was planned at £2.8bn for the year, but is now predicted to be £3.3bn. Is it time to look at sustainable staffing efficiencies?
In his regular blog, Stephen Sutcliffe muses on when a toothbrush is not a toothbrush, and why different really is good.
We're attending or organising a number of events over the next few months. Find out more here.

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