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Why has the NHS suddenly putting out a contract for 3 billion pounds worth of coagulants?
The UK Government is ordering over £3 billion worth of anticoagulant drugs to be delivered over a little over 2-years. That is a massive amount of anti-blood clotting agent to be orders, much, much more than the usual amount. Why is that so? Who could they be expecting?
Is there a massive amount of blood clotting expected over the coming two years? What could cause so many blood clots in the general population that so much coagulant would be ordered?
What would create clots that could create a problem of that magnitude?
This is what you can find on the UK Government Contract Finder. https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/notice/bbec3a9a-168a-46c5-a71d-990c2a8a8212
NHS Framework Agreement for the supply of Direct Oral Anticoagulants (DOACs) for the NHS in England
Published date: 22 July 2021
Open opportunity - This means that the contract is currently active, and the buying department is looking for potential suppliers to fulfil the contract.
Pharmaceutical products - 33600000
Various medicinal products - 33690000
Location of contract
Value of contract
22 July 2021
3 September 2021
Contract start date
1 November 2021
Contract end date
31 March 2024
Open procedure (OJEU)
What is an open procedure (OJEU)?
Contract is suitable for SMEs?
Contract is suitable for VCSEs?
And, What other countries are ordering such vast quantities of coagulants I wonder?