Connecting Healthcare Insight with Business Intelligence

  • Powerful insight into worldwide healthcare procurement opportunities
  • Combining live contract notices, archived data and buyer / supplier insights
  • Discover healthcare spend trends and analysis
  • Supported by state of the art machine learning and artificial intelligence
  • Includes all healthcare tender opportunities from NHS buyers
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Why HCI?

Health Contracts International is a new business intelligence service for the UK and Global healthcare market. Its powerful database of breaking healthcare tenders, actionable insights on emerging opportunities, buyer spend analysis and specialist industry news makes it indispensable for suppliers with ambition to grow.

$2 Trillion
Market

£214 Billion
UK Healthcare
Spend

Healthcare
Spend
Increasing

Diverse and
Evolving
Sector

Discover
Opportunities

The HCI application works for you. Supported by state of the art machine learning, HCI surfaces the most relevant health sector contract notices and awards for your business, providing a truly tailored experience. 

 

Opportunity Dashboard

Home to the latest live healthcare opportunities, your personalised dashboard allows you to view and manage your data, searches and alerts in one central location.

Seize
the Market

HCI researches health tenders from the UK, Europe, the Americas, Asia, Oceania and more.

Every opportunity is covered for all direct and indirect healthcare requirements.

Engage
Earlier

The UK’s largest database of NHS & international healthcare contract awards provides you with a view of future opportunities.

With HCI you will know which contracts are coming, when to expect them and who to contact.

Analyse
UK Health Spend

Every source of direct and indirect buyer/supplier healthcare spend covered.

HCI gives unique insight into healthcare spend patterns, helping to identify where investment is happening.

The Healthcare Supply Chain Opportunity

Healthcare Marketplace to grow £6.6bn 2021

Healthcare spend is increasing globally and this year the UK government’s core health budget will grow by £6.6 billion.

The COVID-19 pandemic has put health services under intense pressure, with the effects of this felt throughout the entire NHS supply chain. While the focus has rightly been on dealing with the pandemic, the NHS and other health-related services now have long waiting lists for routine procedures and clinical interventions. This is not just a UK issue, with health services worldwide impacted in the same way.

Now more than ever, engaged, and innovative suppliers are needed to help provide solutions to multiple challenges: dealing with the effects of COVID-19, managing its long-term impact, restoring critical services, and transitioning to a patient-led and increasingly digitised approach.

Healthcare purchasing opportunities extend far beyond the UK

In this uncertain time, hospitals across the world continue to modernise their healthcare capabilities.

High spenders in health beyond the UK include governments in Asia, North America as well as European countries such as France and Germany.

Finding opportunities has never been easier with our healthcare tender portal

Moving forward it is crucial that healthcare suppliers are well equipped with the information, support and intelligence required to engage early and win business within this marketplace.

Investing in a healthcare supply portal can help your business to find, bid for and win new contracts. Offering much more than just Tender Alerts, HCI’s Market Leads tool provides existing and prospective healthcare suppliers with advance notice of framework renewals and recurring contracts.