The past two years have highlighted the importance of effective procurement to the NHS, changing perceptions of the function – and, in some instances, its practice

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NHS procurement is no exception to the rule that the pandemic has left nothing unchanged. Amid supreme challenges – sourcing personal protective equipment during the severe shortages of the first wave of covid; the impact of Brexit; the supply chain consequences of rising fuel prices, driver shortages, and the blocking of the Suez Canal – teams have found new ways of working and of securing best value. Among them: exploring the greater use of technology to gather and share information.

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