We are delighted to announce that Litmus Workforce Solutions, a member of the Medacs Global Group family of companies, has been awarded a place on the new CCS Staff Bank Framework (RM6158 Flexible Resource Pool).
As the first framework agreement to be released by the alliance between Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and NHS Procurement in Partnership, this framework contract will focus on the provision of Staff Bank services to NHS Contracting Authorities. It will provide our valued healthcare customers with an easier, pre-competed route to our market leading Staff Bank solutions.
Medacs Healthcare’s expert Staff Bank teams, credited with achieving exceptional results in the DoHSC flexible bank pilot, will continue to work in close partnership with our existing Staff Bank customers, but newly contracted services will now be delivered as Litmus. Rest assured that only our brand is changing, not the people that underpin how we do what we do, and you can continue to contact us in exactly the same way.
“We are delighted to be able to offer our healthcare clients easier access to our market-leading Staff Bank solutions through the new CCS framework. Our track record as one of the delivery partners in the Department of Health Flexible Pilot Scheme proves that our model can deliver significant improvements in staffing levels and patient care, with guaranteed fill rates and substantial cost reductions. Our team look forward to delivering more Staff Bank solutions under the Litmus brand and helping to shaping a new era in healthcare staffing in the UK, in line with NHSI initiatives and the NHS People Plan.”
Mick Whitley - Group Commercial Director
The Litmus suite of flexible Staff Bank solutions are designed to empower healthcare organisations to maximise their workforce, minimise costs and optimise the delivery of patient care.
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