New research from EHI Intelligence shows that NHS acute trust spending will increase in 2012-13 across staff, services and applications; and that similar growth will be seen until 2012-16.
The ‘Market by numbers: the focus of NHS acute trust spending on IT’ report provides an in-depth analysis of the current levels of IT spending by NHS acute trusts in England, how these are likely to change over the next five years, and where the main areas of activity are likely to be.
To create the report, EHI Intelligence has collected and analysed fresh data sets from NHS acute trusts, focusing on their IT spending levels in 2011-12 and planned IT budgets for 2012-13. It has also carried further analysis, including interrogation of the EHI Intelligence NHS Trust Database, analysis of the results of EHI’s annual acute sector survey, and an examination of recent tenders and trust strategy documents.
For an overview of the report and a full listing of the contents, please download the report sample.
Market by numbers: the focus of NHS acute trust spending on IT report is available for purchase as a stand-alone report, or as part of a subscription to EHI Intelligence.
NHS IT suppliers - all suppliers who need to better understand the main trends shaping the NHS IT market over the next three years. This includes existing vendors, new suppliers and those considering market entry. Market by numbers provides an indispensible, comprehensive analysis of the English NHS IT market and its key areas of activity.
NHS decision makers who need to better understand the main trends shaping the NHS IT market over the next three years and what consideration will be driving supplier thinking.
Industry analysts looking to gain a better understanding of the NHS IT market for investment purposes, particularly those who need to identify who the main players in the UK.
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