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The Leading Health Procurement Event

Why Attend?

Public Sector

The current NSS National Procurement Interim Procurement Strategy for the NHS in Scotland outlines four key strategic objectives:

  • Drive Compliance and Governance Goals
  • Deliver Savings & Value through collaborative contracting
  • Develop Technology Services, Data Analytics & Reporting
  • Enhance Logistics and Supply Chain

Free to attend for public sector personnel, P4H Scotland 2019 will host a variety of features designed specifically to address these key objectives, as well as a range of educational, networking and collaborative opportunities.


Common Job Titles Represented at P4H Scotland

Category Delivery Lead

Clinical Procurement Manager

Commissioning And Contracts Manager

Head of Procurement

Lead Buyer

Procurement Manager

Senior Procurement Officer

Senior Supply Chain Manager

Strategic Sourcing Manager

Top 10 Buying Authorities In Attendance at P4H Scotland

City of Edinburgh Council

NHS Ayrshire & Arran Council

NHS Education For Scotland

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

NHS Highland

NHS Lanarkshire

NHS Lothian

NHS National Services Scotland

Scottish Government

University of the West of Scotland

In one place, on one day, you can:

  • Develop your knowledge by visiting 25+ CPD Certified Training Sessions supporting the CIPS Chartered Status across three Skills Development Training Zones, which will cover topics such as the role of eProcurement, data sharing and professional development
  • Meet, network and engage with over 600 peers and colleagues as well as leading suppliers
  • Hear and contribute to the debate on the future of procurement in the Live Keynote Arena
  • Visit the NHS Scotland NSS Pavilions and gain an insight into the range of procurement support services available to you

Invest into your own career development by joining the Scotland’s healthcare procurement community at P4H Scotland 2019.


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