SETL Limited, Day Webster Limited and Mvine Limited announce today their acceptance as accredited suppliers to the Health Systems Support Framework. Managed by NHS England, the Framework focuses particularly on services that can support the move to integrated models of care based on intelligence-led population health management. This includes new digital and technological advances that help clinicians and managers understand a population’s health and how it can best be managed.
Anthony Culligan, chief executive officer at SETL, said: “SETL's Verafide platform is a market leading solution in Verifiable Credentials and we are extremely pleased to be able to help the NHS along with our partners to smooth the process of onboarding clinical staff into new positions. Reducing admin leads to more patient care.”
Toby Colley, head of business development at Day Webster, said: “Adding the HSSF to our portfolio of national frameworks enables Day Webster to continue providing cutting-edge technology, to the healthcare workers and clients we serve, across the UK. Our award provides a platform for healthcare providers to benefit from efficiencies and cost savings, through the very latest technological advances.”
Frank Joshi, director at Mvine, said: “Achieving a place on the Health Systems Support Framework has been a key ambition for Mvine in 2021. We have tremendous innovation to offer for the benefit of healthcare and social care. HSSF assembles a cluster of suppliers in the private sector and in the NHS pre-approved to bid for tenders issued by NHS England.”
The Health Systems Support Framework provides a quick and easy route to access support services from innovative third party suppliers at the leading edge of health and care system reform, including advanced analytics, population health management, digital and service transformation. It can be used by any NHS organisation, including NHS Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), national Arm’s-Length Bodies, local authorities and a wide range of public sector bodies where they are supporting Integrated Care Systems (ICSs), Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs), or health and social care in general.