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Over £1 billion is spent every three days in the NHS, although it can be a daunting and complex system to navigate when it comes to procurement. While there is a huge opportunity for NHS procurement professionals, the system can also present difficulties for both buying and supplying organisations, especially when aiming to work together as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

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