New terms and conditions for NHS contracts

By Gill Thomas

The Department of Health has just published the new versions of the standard NHS terms and conditions for the supply of goods and for the provision of services.

The terms and conditions were developed by the department in partnership with Mills & Reeve and are now the main contracting documents for NHS bodies to use when buying goods and services. They have received positive feedback from both the Association of British Healthcare Industries (a key trade body for NHS suppliers) and the Health Care Supply Association (the representative and network organisation for all staff involved in NHS procurement)…

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