Nurse app to be piloted by 12 trusts

Ellis Sausman made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Department of Health and Social Care

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Dear Department of Health,

Speaking at the Conservative Party Conference, Jeremy Hunt announced that from next year 12 trusts will be piloting a new app-based flexible working offer.

1) Name of the app-based offer
2) Name of the provider supplying the app
3) Have a contract been signed? If so, please state the start and end date
4) Please state the 12 trusts that will be piloting the app
5) Does the department have plans to extend the pilot across further trusts?
6) Does the department have plans to extend the staffing categories that will use the app?

Thank you for your time.

Yours sincerely,

E Sausman

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Dear Mr Ellis,

Please find attached the Department of Health's response to your recent
FOI request (our ref: FOI-1100493  ) 

Yours sincerely,

 Edward Franklyn 

Freedom of Information team
Department of Health

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