Medacs Healthcare provides vendor management solutions to help NHS trusts, public sector bodies and other organisations improve the way they use agency workers.
We believe passionately in developing solutions to meet our client's specific needs rather than offering a standard product to which clients must adapt. This approach is designed to cultivate long-term partnerships that deliver results now and in the future.
All good relationships are built on trust. We believe that by being transparent with our clients we establish a level of trust that creates sustainable partnerships.
If you want to control your costs you need to be clear where you are spending your money. Our technology gives you a clear view of spend whilst our transparent approach to billing means you can be sure you know how every penny has been used.
How do you ensure you have the right staff, in the right place at the right time to deliver high quality of care without breaking your budget? Our approach means we can help you reduce overall demand whilst ensuring any approved requirement is fulfilled quickly and effectively.
We'll help you realise immediate cost savings through smart management and the standardisation of charge rates, timesheet and invoice processing.
As the old cliche has it, 'what gets measured gets managed'. We use our our own unique technology to provide real time management information, tailored to your needs.
The powerful combination of your Medacs Healthcare account management team and our bespoke technology will help you achieve your objectives through improved management productivity and back office processing functions.
You can choose to work with us on a master vendor or neutral vendor basis. Under both arrangements our account management team will act as your single point of contact for all your recruitment needs, managing all your agencies on your behalf and ensuring that whatever the brief we'll find the right doctor, nurse or healthcare professional for the role.
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