Crown Commercial Service’s have announced that there new Digital Capability for Health framework in collaboration with NHS Digital is now live
The Digital Capability for Health framework (RM6221) has been made live today (28th January) and will run for 4 years.
It is designed to help public health and social care organisations to meet their specific needs in developing digital solutions and is hoped to be used to support the continuing government response to COVID-19.
12 suppliers, 4 of which are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), were selected by NHSX, NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) and Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and awarded a place on the framework.
They all have technical capabilities and vast experience in the health sector in delivering high-quality services; from defining and developing digital applications to ongoing improvements of live services.
Robert McMillan, Commercial Director at NHS Digital said:
“Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and NHS Digital have productively collaborated to deliver Digital Capability for Health, blending our organisations’ expertise of the digital market and specialisms in awarded large scale framework agreements. We are thrilled with the result and pleased to welcome 12 strong suppliers with leading expertise across the digital lifecycle and look forward to developing relationships with these suppliers and their supply chains to further strengthen our delivery capabilities.”
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