...industry experts just place hope that contracts that are already up for bids and tenders will effectively display how the core objectives of privatisation will indeed lead to benefits...
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London, UK (PRWEB) October 01, 2013
The privatisation of community health and social care services is deemed an improvement by many; with more liberal funding from private organisations, improving quality of health and social care in the country will be an easier goal to accomplish. This change of management scheme is generating a lot of interest for this is the perfect opportunity for many exclusive care organisations to make a difference, expand their operations, and generate more income.
This projected development is reinforced by a report claiming that NHS private sector tenders could be worth as much as a whopping £20 billion, so it’s definitely no mystery why there’s also a reported significant increase in the number of health and social care tenders being released, according to a representative from top bid management company Executive Compass®.
Justin Crowther, one of the authors of the recent report about the changes with the NHS (http://www.catalystcf.co.uk/people/column/id/13), further strengthens the released information with the statement that, "Despite many challenges, the private sector is increasingly providing healthcare services whether paid for by the taxpayer or directly by consumers at the point of use. Whether this is to turn around underperforming hospitals, operate GP surgeries, deliver community services or create centres of excellence in areas such as pathology, NHS commissioners are increasingly using the skills and capital of the private sector."
All these changing dynamics are being welcomed wholeheartedly by the private sector despite protests from certain groups claiming that this route will limit a lot of people’s easy access to health care services and it does not truly guarantee an improvement of services that members of the community require. To appeal to the sensibilities of groups doubting the benefits of the privatisation scheme, industry experts just place hope that contracts that are already up for bids and tenders will effectively display how the core objectives of privatisation will indeed lead to benefits not only for the management of health and social care services, but also to the end recipients of the services.
And because of this expectation, care organisations vying for these contracts are scrambling for help in answering pre qualification questionnaires, tender writing and bid management, not to meet this objective, though, but because competition is tight; there really are many of them wanting to win the same contracts. The services of Executive Compass® are greatly in demand and the company has already been approached by many of these organisations to be able to stand out and submit a thoroughly compliant winning bid.
The company has an impressive track record when it comes to winning profitable contracts for clients; in fact, this year alone, the company has already won numerous contracts for clients from different industries. To learn more about the tendering services of Executive Compass®, visit http://www.executivecompass.co.uk and even get a free quote for completion of PQQs and tenders.