North West-based Redmoor Health has been appointed to a national health and social care framework worth £3.6bn.

Founder and CEO Marc Schmid said their inclusion onto the Crown Commercial Service’s Management Consultancy Framework Three (MCF3) was a ‘watershed moment’ for the company, which was only launched in 2017.

The appointment allows Redmoor Health to bid for consultancy work in areas related to health, social care and community.

MCF3 runs for four years and includes the following services: 

  • Alternative delivery models;
  • Business case development;
  • Digital, technology and cyber; 
  • Health care services; and 
  • Healthcare transformation, change and delivery.

Redmoor Health, which is about to move from Preston into new top floor offices at Strawberry Fields Digital Hub in Chorley, specialises in supporting health and social care staff to deploy technology. 

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) tendered for the framework contract for management consultancy services for the public sector in 2020.

MCF3 is a multi-lot framework agreement available for use by the UK public sector bodies and future successor organisations, which includes central government departments and their arm’s length bodies and agencies, the wider public sector and third sector. This includes local government, health, education, police, fire and rescue, housing associations and charities.

The framework has been procured to provide management consultancy services for UK central government departments and all other public sector bodies.

Redmoor Health has extensive experience of supporting customers in the implementation of new legislation and policies and delivering efficiencies and improvements to customer’s front-line services gained through the successful delivery of many projects and programmes across the UK’s health and social care sector.

The fast-growing company recently expanded to 20 staff. It is currently helping Zoom as the tech giant rolls out its technology across the NHS and has signed a contract with London Ambulance Service to provide training to their staff in Microsoft Teams and Office 365. 

Mr Schmid said the company was on track to hit a record turnover of £2m this year and was targeting growth to £5m by 2024. 

He said: “After a record-breaking year, this is another major opportunity for further growth into new markets and regions. It’s an honour to be included onto the framework and is the result of a lot of hard work and consistently trying to help our clients.

“In the last six months we’ve run 203 workshops compared to 180 in the whole of 2020 and had 2,555 attendees. We’ve also worked with over 650 GP practices.”