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HCL Managed Services

Accounting for nearly two thirds of the annual NHS budget, staffing is by far the largest single cost in healthcare. Better use of substantive and bank employees, while cutting the cost of agency workers, has the potential to present huge savings whist improving service delivery and outcomes. Effective use of technology, robust management information, workforce know-how and good staff engagement are all vital in achieving these important strategic objectives. Our managed services division works proactively with NHS partners in an advisory capacity providing innovative solutions that improve care, reduce costs, and deliver efficiencies. In the market we are known as HCL Clarity.

HCL Clarity – from staff rota planning to agency management

HCL Clarity is our fully supported, modular workforce management solution, designed specifically to meet the needs of the NHS and the healthcare market. Trusts can schedule the workforce efficiently, identify skill gaps and respond quickly to demand by fingertip management of the resourcing process. By harnessing HCL Clarity’s user-friendly technology and being better informed about the dynamics of a workforce, trusts can reduce agency and bank spend, achieve back office efficiency savings and make sound decisions about the future workforce.

Simply put, trusts can deliver better patient care at a lower cost.

Healthcare Financial Management Association

We are corporate partners with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).

This is the professional body for the healthcare finance profession and we share their aims to give members
insightful thought leadership and practical advice.

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