As part of UKCloud Health we provide framework and buying support specifically designed for healthcare organisations.
In 2017 we partnered with UKCloud the company behind the industry-leading public sector cloud, to deliver UKCloud Health. UKCloud Health services are aimed specifically at healthcare, research and life sciences and the pharmaceutical sector.
As UK Public Sector procurement specialists our focus is helping the UK Public Sector to source and buy technology. Such as; complex Cloud, Information Technology, Digital Transformation & Professional Services. This certainly includes services tailored towards the healthcare sector. Our expertise is in helping health and care organisation with:
Healthcare organisations are increasingly using the government frameworks as their number one place to source cloud software and services. Since 2012, they have procured £247m of services via G-Cloud alone! With CCS investing in resources to make the frameworks better and raising uptake in public sector, we expect these numbers to rise even higher. This is why we offer a range of services that can support healthcare organisations in making the most out of these government frameworks.
We provide additional consultancy to the health sector, such as strategy support on digital transformation policies. Please contact us to find out more.
Gemma PhelanDigital Marketplace
Our aim is to grow and improve the Digital Marketplace so it's the preferred buying route for all public sector organisations who want to design and build great user-focused services.
UKCloud Health provides unbeatable, secure, government-assured, cost effective and UK-sovereign cloud services. The platform they offer is inherently open and well-connected. It directly supports the interoperability challenges that face the Health and Care sector. By addressing this need for interoperability, UKCloud Health makes it easy for sensitive data sets to gravitate to a trusted and flexible platform.
over £247m = value of Healtcare spend through G-Cloud to end of March 2019
of which 65% or over £160m in value procured from SME's.