Shortlists Announced for the HCSA Procurement Awards 2019.

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Congratulations to this year’s shortlisted finalists for the HCSA Procurement Awards 2019.

We look forward to you joining us at the HCSA Winter Conference Gala dinner on the 27th November 2019, Harrogate Convention Centre, where the winners will be announced.

  1. Procurement Excellence – for the function or team that is the leading example of a true business partner making an impact and delivering commercial value.
    • Kettering General Hospital
    • NHS South of England Procurement Services
    • County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
    • The Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership Wound Care Project
    • The Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership Orthopaedic Project
    • Countess Of Chester Hospital Commercial Procurement Services
    • Redesign of Orthodontic services across NHS England South
    • University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    • Bath & North East Somerset (BANES), Swindon and Wiltshire STP Acute Alliance Procurement Programme led by Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, collaboratively working with NHS Supply Chain and RUH Bath NHS FT and Great Western Hospitals NHS FT

  1.   Procurement Leader – highlighting an individual that empowers their team to succeed together, whilst developing skills and steering them towards delivery of their strategy and future vision.
    • Alison Kerfoot – NHS Shared Business Services
    • Alan Hoskins – NHS South of England Procurement Services
    • Natalie Ledger – North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative
    • Pia Larsen – University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  1. Procurement Team of the Year – showcasing a function that is in it together that clearly share a direction and purpose with a commitment to succeed through open communication, collaboration and trust.
    • Northern Care Alliance Procurement Tea
    • NHS Shared Business Services Strategic Sourcing Team
    • Countess of Chester Hospital Procurement Team
    • County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust Cost Improvement Team
    • University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
    • University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
    • The Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership Procurement Programme Team

  1. Future Leader Award – recognising an individual, who’s currently challenging the status quo, is driven and determined to make a difference and is the one to watch as a future trailblazer in Procurement or the next Chief Procurement Officer.
    • Jordan Barry – Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
    • Mark Miller – Countess of Chester Hospital
    • Joe Fowke – Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
    • Charlotte Cross – NHS South of England Procurement Services
    • Ellie Tivinan- Northern Care Alliance
    • Babatunde Adeniyi – Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

  1. Procurement Transformation Award – celebrating a team or function that can demonstrate progression through the three maturity levels taking procurement to the next level in their organisation and delivering new business value.
    • NHS Shared Business Services – Strategic Sourcing Team
    • NHS Supply Chain
    • University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust and the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

  1. Cross Functional Collaboration Award – celebrating the team or function(s) embracing customer centricity for commercial results, efficiencies and new ways of working through strong internal partnerships.
    • Collaborative Procurement Partnership LLP
    • Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    • Crown Commercial Service, North of England CPC, East of England CPH, London Procurement Partnership and NHS Commercial Solutions – Workforce Alliance
    • The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    • NHS London Procurement Partnership (NHS LPP)
    • Wiltshire and Banes Procurement STP
    • NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative

  1. Procurement Supply Chain Initiative – honouring an initiative within a function that has taken a fresh approach on managing a complex supply chain for positive business, patient or user impact.
    • The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Commercial Procurement Services
    • NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership
    • East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub

  1. Unsung Hero – recognising the efforts of an individual who has made a substantive and consistent contribution to a project or as part their everyday work, often going above and beyond to deliver.
    • Stephanie Mulcahy – Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
    • John Cunningham – NHS Shared Business Services
    • Sue George – NHS South of England Procurement Services
    • Linda Bailey – Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
    • Jane Pendleton – County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
    • Sophie Faulkner – County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
    • Lorraine Lowrie – Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    • Nicola Costello – Northern Care Alliance
    • Joe Fowke – Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

 

  1. Emerging Talent and Development Award – the winner of this award has been identified as part of the HCSA Procurement Development Programme  as an individual with a clear aptitude to learn and develop their procurement skill set with determination to succeed and make a positive contribution the future of procurement.

There is no shortlist for this awards and the winner will be announced on the night.

  1. Procurement Technology Award – celebrating the team or project that’s creating an innovative, new or improved solution to support procurement’s value delivery and the digital transformation agenda.
    • Leicestershire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
    • NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative
    • The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Commercial Procurement Services
    • The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS FT Supplies Systems Team
    • NHS London Procurement Partnership
    • NHS Shared Business Services

  1. Procurement Consultancy Award – highlighting a partner, team or project that is helping the NHS to push boundaries within their business to deliver exceptional patient care, quality outcomes and value for money for the NHS.
    • NHS Shared Business Services MTX, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust
    • Ingenica Solutions
    • Jackie Pomroy (Jackie Pomroy Consultancy Ltd) & Rob Drag (R2 Consulting Ltd)

 

  1. Lifetime Achievement Award – the winner of this award will be a strong and consistent advocate of procurement and a leader of developments and growth within the procurement function throughout their career.

There is no shortlist for this awards and the winner will be announced on the night.