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Wilmington Healthcare launches STP website

Will provide pharma with information on the key NHS change

Healthcare

Wilmington Healthcare has launched a new website to help pharma companies keep up to date with the introduction of Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) across the NHS.

The health information group’s new website features information from its Binley’s, NHiS and Wellards healthcare companies on the key NHS change and includes an STP tracker, which provides information on the 44 individual STP footprints.

Also on offer will be access to details of educational resources on STPs and other developments within the NHS.

Gareth Thomas, managing director at Wilmington Healthcare, said: “Our new website unites our three healthcare information companies under the Wilmington Healthcare banner and provides access to a comprehensive range of information and services via a single online channel.

“All of our staff have worked within or for pharma, hence we are perfectly placed to collaborate with the industry in order to help it navigate the NHS as it undergoes a period of immense structural change.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

7th April 2017

From: Healthcare

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