YW Managed Services at the NHS National Temporary Staffing Conference
26th Apr, 2016
The conference was the perfect opportunity for us to meet with NHS Trusts who are tirelessly dealing with the day to day issues and struggles of workforce planning. These Trusts now face additional demands from NHS Improvement to supply weekly management information, detailing the pay and charge rates for agency workers, which is a lengthy and time-consuming task.
YW Managed Services has a solution to these demands! We can offer a service that utilises staff banks, manages your current agency providers and ensures full framework compliance. The service also produces detailed management information and reports for NHS Improvement at the touch of a button.
About YW Managed Services
With our unique staffing solution, focused exclusively on the healthcare sector, YW Managed Services are able to give new levels of service within healthcare workforce management. This state of the art service is supported by innovative software systems, allowing clients, candidates and third party agencies to work in partnership.
Our unique, tailor-made staffing solutions will save your Trust time and money, supporting best practice whilst also giving you full access to our reporting tools, which provide real-time management information.
Using agreed terms of reference to deliver a framework compliant solution, our Implementation team will work with you to ensure that our service fulfils your needs.
For more information or to arrange a demonstration, visit our newly launched YW Managed Services website: http://www.ywmanagedservices.com/ or contact our dedicated team at [email protected] or on 020 7220 6669
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