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Driving workforce savings - staff bank best practice

This webinar will share the secret to squeezing maximum savings out of staff banks. Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has realised ongoing staffing savings by attracting new bank workers, leveraging bespoke app-based technology, implementing firm rate control, optimising workforce utilisation and maximising direct engagement efficiency.

This webinar will cover:
•How Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been able to reduce agency costs and introduce greater control around the use of medical locums
•How data and business intelligence can facilitate improved utilisation of resources and accountability of labour costs
•How to mitigate compliance risks by integrating direct engagement efficiency into your staff bank model

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