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Public Services Network for Health (PSNH)

The PSNH project will, on behalf of the NHS, develop options for what happens when the current N3 contract comes to an end. These options will be driven by the requirements of health and care organisations in consultation with potential suppliers.

The aim of this session is to provide the suppliers with an update on where HSCIC are in the process, discuss next steps and get feedback from the suppliers.

The brief is to cover the following (but this may change):

  • Strategic update & Timeline

  • N3 extension

  • Approach to market engagement

  • OBC

      • Outline of decision making process
      • Overview of current challenges
      • Long list options


Registration & light lunch from 12:30. 

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