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A move toward collaborative staffing banks, rate transparency and achieving continued cost-cutting targets for agency expenditure and temporary staffing costs overall are 2018 priorities for the NHS, a senior official at NHS Improvement (NHSI) says.

 

In an exclusive interview with Recruiter, Martin Innes, NHSI senior operational agency data and Intelligence lead, outlined recent successes and his ‘wish list’ for continuing efficiencies in the health service’s temporary staffing environment. Agency costs, Innes acknowledges, had previously been “out of control. We’re quite honest about that”.

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