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Attain appointed to the Elis Transformation Change Framework 2.0

Attain is pleased to announce their recent appointment to the Elis Transformation Change Framework 2.0. The framework will provide capabilities to cover requirements from NHS Commissioning Support Units across England. Its aim is to meet the current and future challenges of its growing customer base with services split across Lots designed to address particular requirements. […]

Attain appointed to UK government’s Management Consultancy Framework

Attain is delighted to have been selected by the UK government as a preferred supplier for its new Management Consultancy Framework (MCF).  The Crown Commercial Service has awarded Attain a place in the Health and Community Lot. The MCF (know internally as RM345) will be valid until 2021 and replaces ConsultancyOne which expired in December […]


Genomic medicine and the NHS – planning for tomorrow today

Genomic medicine is a revolutionary approach to healthcare, with Genomics England predicting that “the UK will become the first ever country to introduce this technology in its mainstream health system”1. Now is the time for healthcare providers to embrace this opportunity to be part of the global drive towards more personalised care and population health […]


System leadership – part two

In part one of system leadership we previously covered what system leadership is within the context of the present NHS landscape and what qualities such a leader needs to embody and embolden across the health economies they lead. Attain continues to partner with several health and care systems and economies across England, supporting leaders and […]

Innovation for sustainability

Innovation at the centre of future NHS sustainability

It is no secret that the public sector health and social care system is under intense pressure to do more with less. Providers, commissioners and local authorities are being asked to deliver better care to a growing, ageing population with increasingly more complex health needs, with less funding and fewer resources. To add to this […]