How the Trust could save £20m over 5 years
This case study discusses how University College London Hospitals (UCLH), a leading healthcare organization in the UK, is driving improved financial value, performance and compliance in its large procurement and client contracts through an effective combination of processes and technology.
Recent studies by Lord Carter, the National Audit Office (NAO) and the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) have pointed out that public sector organizations end up wasting millions every year by overpaying or undercharging in their services contracts. This represents a significant challenge and a great opportunity for public organizations to fix this leakage in services contracts. Rising to this challenge, UCLH - one of the largest NHS trusts in the UK - started an initiative aimed at driving improved efficiencies and savings in its commercial arrangements. This initiative is powered by Sirion’s cutting-edge post-signature contract management platform.
Download this case study to discover how UCLH’s innovative combination of processes and technology turned the above challenges into a potential £20m savings opportunity.
a) The key challenges faced by UCLH in managing its complex services contracts
b) How UCLH leveraged Sirion to address these challenges
c) How this approach could save £20m for UCLH over the next 5 years