The NHS accelerated benefits realisation process in action
A blunder is when someone makes a type, this is outright racketeering. All going to plan, sabatage NHS services and slowly drive it into the ground, then call for it to be sold off to the more efficient private sector. I wonder, how many people are going to move back-and-forward between the NHS and the private medical sector?
NHS SBS awarded best Shared Service Centre
"Our ten-year track record of accelerated benefits realisation for the NHS has resulted in the freeing up of £224 million savings 18 months ahead of target"
By what logic, how does giving money to some French company results in saving money. While at the same time there is a shortage of actual doctors and nurses in the hospitals, sorry that should be 'healthcare organisations'!
"Technology used by retail giants ranging from Tesco to Argos could now save the NHS millions of pounds, as a result of a new partnership between NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) and British technology company Virtualstock."
I think I see the strategy, rather than announce the very unpopular privatization of the NHS, contract out the vast majority of functions to the private sector under the guise of joint business services. Then disguise the process in yards of business-waffle. Some further reading:
The Plot Against the NHS