NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) has launched a new five year strategy.
The NSS Strategy 2019-2024 will support our vision to be integral to a world-leading health and care service.
Colin Sinclair, NSS Chief Executive, said: “We want the people of Scotland to have the best possible health and care service in the world and we know we can play an important role, working with partners, in making this a reality.
“Over the next five years we will support the change that is needed across health and care, while also reforming our services so they remain at the heart of the ongoing success of NHSScotland and the wider health and care system.”
The NSS Strategy focuses on three priority areas our stakeholders have said they need NSS to deliver against over the next five years:
• Enabling health and care transformation with new services
• Underpinning NHSScotland with excellent core services
• Assisting other organisations involved in health and care
NSS staff provide national infrastructure services and solutions which are central to the delivery of health and care services in Scotland – locally, regionally and nationally.
Colin added: “The key to delivering this strategy is to have a workforce that is highly skilled and staff who feel valued and are treated with dignity and respect.
“We want to ensure that NSS remains a great place to work and is an organisation where diversity and differences are celebrated and values based leadership is the norm.”
The NSS Strategy 2019-2024 is available to download or view online from the Our Strategy page of the NSS public website.