We're the market leader in business support services for the NHS, providing innovative finance and accounting, employment and procurement solutions which deliver operational efficiencies, improved service quality and real cost savings for our clients.
Every part of the NHS is touched by our services.
NHS Shared Business Services is a unique joint venture between the Department of Health and Sopra Steria.
We're proud to be the only company which is part of the NHS family, with over 30% of the market using one or more of our products. Our mission is to deliver £1 billion savings back to the NHS by 2020.
We've already delivered audited savings of over £400 million to our NHS clients.
As an industry innovator, we use data, intelligence and technology to revolutionise NHS back office functions and support services to maximise performance.
We are the market leaders in business support services and over 30 % of the market use one or more of our services.
We offer innovative finance and accounting, employment and procurement solutions which deliver significant operational efficiencies, improved service quality and generate real cost savings for our clients.
Most importantly we are proud to be part of the NHS family.
Our transformational journey
We're working closely with NHS organisations across the country to better respond to the increasing challenges faced by our clients. Together we have identified opportunities for current service enhancements and we are committed to investing in new digital business solutions for the future.
By developing new and existing services, we are helping to support the delivery of national policy, such as Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs), as well as enabling clients to meet NHS Improvement spending targets and the efficiency savings highlighted by Lord Carter.
"Helping the NHS to save money and enhance quality so that the NHS can improve health, innovate to save lives and deliver better outcomes with care and compassion"
We are on course to achieve £1 billion of cost savings to the NHS by 2020. To date the organisation has delivered over £400 million in savings to the NHS.