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EIS Awards descriptions


HCSA Regional Procurement Excellence Award 


This award recognises someone who has consistently performed their role in health care purchasing and supply to a level of excellence. This might include one or a number of the following: 

* Delivered or helped to deliver significant improvement in their organisation and/or profession 

* Has been highly innovative in performing their role 

* Has widespread and acknowledged peer recognition in striving for and achieving excellence in organisational and/or professional development 

* Has delivered or helped to deliver significant savings or other efficiencies through their own initiative and/or exceptional dedication 

* Has demonstrated outstanding ability to lead an organisation, a project, or a team 

* Has championed Social Value, Sustainability and or focused on environmental areas to enhance and improve outcomes for all 

* Has demonstrated exceptional progress or commitment to improving their own professionalism or that of colleagues in their own organisation 

* Has developed and established excellent relationships within their own organisation or between their own organisation and others, leading to demonstrable benefits 

* Demonstrates the ability to manage under extreme pressure 

Nominations for this award are not restricted to members of the Association and can be made on behalf of anyone working at any level in the health care purchasing and supply function. The nomination must be proposed by a member of the Association. 

 

HCSA Regional Logistics Excellence Award 


This award recognises someone/or team within an organisation who has consistently performed their role in health care logistics to a level of excellence. This must include at least three of the following: 

* Delivered or helped to deliver significant improvement in their organisation and/or profession 

* Has been highly innovative in performing their role 

* Has widespread and acknowledged peer recognition in striving for and achieving excellence in organisational and/or professional development 

* Has delivered or helped to deliver significant savings or other efficiencies through their own initiative and/or exceptional dedication 

* Has demonstrated outstanding ability to lead an organisation, a project, or a team 

* Has championed Social Value, Sustainability and or focused on environmental areas to enhance and improve outcomes for all 

* Has demonstrated exceptional progress or commitment to improving their own professionalism or that of colleagues in their own organisation 

* Has developed and established excellent relationships within their own organisation or between their own organisation and others, leading to demonstrable benefits 

Nominations for this award are not restricted to members of the Association and can be made on behalf of anyone working at any level in the health care purchasing and supply function. The nomination must be proposed by a member of the Association. 

 

HCSA Regional NHS Procurement Transformation Award 


This is awarded to an NHS procurement and or Supply Chain team who has successfully applied a transformative project in their Organisation.  

The project may have resulted in new ways of working to improve patient outcomes, supplier relationships, and/or efficiencies and cost savings for the organisation. 

 

HCSA Regional NHS Champion in Support of Procurement Award 


The NHS procurement and supply chain teams are asked to nominate a Trust or organisation member of staff (someone who does not reside within the procurement team) who has gone the extra mile to work collaboratively alongside the procurement and supply chain team. 

 

HCSA Regional Supplier Sustainable Development Award 


This award recognises initiatives that have been developed to minimize supplier impact on the environment. For example, suppliers could demonstrate initiatives that have reduced carbon emissions, transport, packaging, or energy. Your submission must address one or more of these Three Pillars of Sustainability: 

•Economic 

•Environment  

•Social 

 

HCSA Regional Supplier Support Services Award 


This award is aimed at companies who provide support and services to the NHS in order to help maintain or improve the quality of services. Previous finalists have included interpreter services, IT consulting/support services and consultant psychologists. 

HCSA Regional Supplier Small Business Award 

This award is open to Small Medium Enterprises (SME’s) as defined by the European Commission - <250 employees with turnover <£40m. To win this award, the supplier must demonstrate how they have maintained consistent growth and strong financial performance, whilst making a significant contribution to the Organisation(s) to which they supply goods and or services. 

 

HCSA Regional Supplier Value Based Procurement Award 


This award is open to suppliers who can demonstrate that they have supplied a product or service to a Trust in delivering “value” through; reduced total pathway costs; quantifiable efficiency improvements; quantifiable direct or indirect benefits to patient outcomes. 


HCSA Regional Supplier Patient Experience Award 


The Patient Experience Award will be judged on and awarded for the provision of goods or services that have enhanced the patient experience. This could be in a hospital, out in the community or in a mental health setting. 


HCSA Regional Supplier Innovation Award 


Working either as a standalone business or with other organisations, suppliers should demonstrate how their company has utilised innovation either Clinical or Non-Clinical to improve a product, create a new idea, method, technology, process, application, or service that has transformed or enhanced patient care and improved efficiency within supported organisations. 


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