June 23 2018 – The Health Care Supply Association has wished Helen Lisle every success as she takes up her new role as Managing Director of NHS Collaborative Procurement Partnership (NHS CPP) and thanked her for her distinguished service to the Association.
Helen as MD of NHS CPP will lead a Team of 120 staff dedicated to delivering the benefits of the Future Operating Model to the NHS. This will be a challenging but rewarding role with an opportunity for Helen to continue her vision of ‘creating best in class NHS procurement.’
Sadly and reluctantly Helen has decided to stand down from her HCSA Executive role in order to allow her to devote sufficient time to the challenges ahead – she will continue to actively support the HCSA and in particular her commitment to ‘lifelong learning for NHS procurement staff.’
Helen commented that ‘it has been a difficult decision but made easier by the strong position the HCSA is now in’ she continued ‘I am immensely proud that I have been able to contribute to the work of the Association especially as Chairman in 2015-2017.’
Helen led the development of our Future Leaders Programme; updated our Procurement Development Programme; refreshed our Awards and built stronger links with the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply.
Alan Hoskins Chief Officer said ‘on behalf of the HCSA and the NHS procurement profession I want to thank Helen for all that she has done and the fantastic legacy she leaves us. I fully understand her decision to step down but am pleased that she will maintain her support to our work in her new exciting role.’
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