As the Brexit deadline day approaches and the UK prepares to transition out of the European Union from 1st January 2021, HealthTrust Europe is working to ensure that the best possible care will be delivered for our customers. In order to do this, we are preparing for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, or a non-comprehensive trade deal.
The latest news from HealthTrust Europe and our valued partners
The Healthcare sector is coming to terms with the reality that a second wave of COVID-19 is upon us. The second wave brings with it new challenges; including the potential compound impact of the second wave during the harsh winter months, the struggle to access vital COVID-19 tests as we continue to see a rise in demand, and most crucially, whether the health service has enough staff to care for the rising number of COVID-19 patients.
The private acute healthcare sector has faced a number of re-occurring challenges during recent years. An increasing number of patients are seeking surgical treatments such as elective care procedures. There is also the ongoing difficulty of remaining financially competitive in a highly competitive field. To further compound these long-standing challenges, the industry also faces the impending problem of continuing to supply high-level staff across the sector alongside dealing with the wider long-term issues that COVID-19 and Brexit will create. Whilst the NHS seems to have experienced the greatest impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, the reality is that private acute healthcare is also suffering.
HealthTrust Europe are pleased to announce the launch of its latest Framework, supporting clients with the delivery of cost effective and straightforward solutions for their mail requirements. The latest Framework offers a simple and compliant route to market for the procurement of a range of mail services at competitive market rates – ensuring our customers always get the best value for money.
HealthTrust Europe has launched the first two lots of Total Workforce Solutions 2 (TWS II) to support health and social care organisations in their approach to sustainable long-term national and international recruitment of doctors, nurses and wider healthcare professionals.