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How do I get my product into the NHS?

How do I get my product into the NHS?

The 5 main routes to market for companies interested in supplying the NHS are through:

  1. selling direct to trusts or primary care organisations.
  2. selling through the new NHS Supply Chain (moving its procurement category towers in 2018)
  3. selling through collaborative purchasing arrangements.

Is my NHS data being sold?

NHS Digital will never sell your data. There are strict rules about how the NHS can use your data. It’s only shared securely and safely for planning, commissioning and research purposes. Your data will never be sold to marketing or insurance companies.

How do I stop my NHS data being sold?

Patients can view or change their national data opt-out choice at any time by using the online service at www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters or by clicking on “Your Health” in the NHS App, and selecting “Choose if data from your health records is shared for research and planning”.

What is NHS opt out?

From 25 May 2018 you can choose to stop your confidential patient information being used for purposes other than your own care and treatment. This choice is known as a national data opt-out. If you choose to opt out, NHS Digital will apply your opt-out from 25 May 2018.

How many suppliers does the NHS have?

The NHS uses products from more than 80,000 suppliers, encompassing medical equipment, food, business and office goods.

How do I become an NHS wig supplier?

How do I become a supplier?

  1. Register with Contracts Finder and ‘Find a Tender Service’ (FTS) for alerts relevant to your business area.
  2. Register with the NHS Commercial Solutions’ BravoSolution e-tendering portal here.
  3. Follow us on social media.

Why is NHS selling my data?

Why does the NHS share data with companies? The information from patient records can be used to help understand more about disease, to develop new treatments, to monitor safety, to plan services and to evaluate NHS policy.

Does the NHS store large amounts of data?

The NHS holds data on everyone who uses the service. It is obliged to maintain confidentiality and keep the data safe. It is also obliged to share that information in certain circumstances – for example, with other health professionals looking after you.

How do you stop my medical records being sold?

Opting out of sharing your data

  1. To do this you need to fill in an opt-out form and return it to your GP surgery. Download a Type 1 Opt-out form.
  2. Only your GP surgery can process your opt-out form. They will be able to tell you if, and when, you have been opted out.

Is it too late to opt out of NHS data sharing?

In order to avoid any information being shared from their GP records, patients must opt out before the data transfer begins on 1 September. If you miss this deadline, you can still opt out of further future information being shared, but data from the past 10 years may already have been taken from your medical records.

Can you opt out of NHS tax?

You can’t opt out when there is no alternative that will cover all your healthcare needs in every situation – no matter how much money you have.

Why should you opt out of NHS data?

Type 1 opt-out prevents your data being shared outside your GP practice for anything other than individual care for patients, while the national data opt-out stops NHS Digital from sharing any confidential identifiable information (not just GP data) for reasons other than your individual care.

How do I sell to the NHS?

There are five ways of selling to the NHS: direct sales to a decision maker within an NHS trust or primary care organisation, via the NHS Supply Chain, via collaborative purchasing agreements,

Is Boris Johnson preparing to sell out the NHS for us money?

During the Labour party 2019 manifesto launch Jeremy Corbyn said: “Mr Johnson is preparing to sell out our National Health Service for a United States trade deal that will drive up the cost of medicines and lead to the runaway privatisation of our health service.

What are the challenges of selling to the NHS?

Challenges of selling to the NHS through national framework collaborations and contracts include: The NHS complies with the EU Directive on public procurement.

What would a trade deal mean for the NHS?

As we’ve said before, a trade deal is unlikely to fundamentally redesign the way the NHS is funded and American companies can already bid for private contracts to provide clinical services in England (health services in Scotland and Wales are devolved and are not run on the basis of contracts.)