NHS IMAS saves money for the NHS. We do so by providing a solution that allows the NHS to reduce dependency on the private sector, whilst still offering the option to access their skills.
NHS IMAS has a small core team which concentrates on building the talent pool, assignment management and evaluation and project management. Our programme is made up of Partners and pool members from the NHS and carefully selected independent consultants who undertake the assignments.
The aims of NHS IMAS are to:
provide the support that is needed by the NHS, but to do so in a way that builds a sustainable legacy
grow and develop local NHS talent, working with NHS leadership development
provide a real alternative to the private sector, while still offering the option to access their skills.
Embedding seems to be part of the ethos...
Responsive, sensitive, flexible...
They are doers; not just project managers...
Business Systems Management
NHS IMAS has been certified with ISO 9001 Quality Management System since May 2012 confirming that NHS IMAS have a recognised and reliable Quality Management System focused on continually improving our service to support our clients in delivering services to patients. The introduction of the Quality Management System means that NHS IMAS continually review and improve its operating processes and services to increasingly add value to the NHS. NHS IMAS are certified as meeting the requirements of ISO 9001:2015.
NHS IMAS introduced ISO 14001 Environmental Management System in 2013/14 in order to assess and reduce the impact our activities have on the environment. This is certified as meeting the requirements of the international environmental management standard ISO 14001:2015.
You can read both the quality and environment policy statements below:
The GDPR (also known as the General Data Protection Regulation) came into force from the 25 May 2018. This is a new European framework for data protection laws which gives you greater protection, rights and more control over how your data is used.
NHS IMAS takes its responsibility regarding the security of personal information very seriously. We are committed to being transparent about the information we collect, how it is used and who it is shared with.
NHS IMAS fully supports the new regulations and has reflected our commitment to protecting our pool member rights and interests in our working processes and procedures.
It is important that the personal data we hold about you is accurate and current. Please keep us informed if your personal data changes during your relationship with us.
All NHS IMAS pool members have the right to request to remove their details from the NHS IMAS register at any point and withdraw their consent to share their information by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NHS IMAS complies with the NHS England privacy notice, which reaffirms our commitment. View this privacy notice here.
NHS IMAS aims to:
Encourage and facilitate the NHS to use the wealth of skills already available to it, in order to improve and sustain the quality of health care services in the local communities they serve.
Provide the support that is needed by the NHS, but to do so in a way that builds a sustainable legacy.
Grow and develop local NHS talent.
Reduce dependency on the private sector, while still offering the option to access their skills.