Insource continues to grow and further extend its range of solutions for the Healthcare sector and is proud to add another Healthcare Industry expert to the Insource management team. Lee Bellis has been appointed as the new Sales Director, spearheading client engagement and further building the national sales organisation. Lee's extensive Healthcare pedigree, including working directly for NHS Supply Chain on delivery cost savings, brings more client expertise to the Insource team.
“As Insource works with many of our existing and new customers we see and hear how our NHS is facing some of its biggest challenges managing the ongoing daily impact on patient waiting lists, carepathways and the recovery plans,” commented Bellis. “Insource offers a fantastic technology that can build a real foundation for change in the way we manage patient data and care."
Bellis' experience spans 30 years in the UK Healthcare industry including consultative and sales roles focused on providing patient solutions. Most notably Bellis focused on cost savings in procurement which lead to a 300% growth in business through the NHSsc tendering process and demonstrated the value of strong relationships between trusts, hubs, local government, and suppliers.
“We are extremely happy that Lee has agreed to join us at Insource and especially during these very challenging times for the NHS. The rich portfolio of solutions from Insource are enabling the NHS to meet and overcome many of these challenges as it enters into a phase of change to meet the new demands,” commented Sam Elliot, Insource CEO. “Lee has a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from working with the NHS and has a clear vision and direction in where Insource can make a difference.”
Insource is a privately owned UK business and leader in data preparation and data automation solutions. Leading NHS trusts have been relying on Insource’ suite of technologies to enable operational and statutory reporting for 25 years. Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust are just some of the organisations that have been able to free up resources and time and get insight from data that enable them to improve services and patient care.