Orthodontic Providers & Performers in Midlands & East

by Orthodontic Providers & Performers in Midlands & East

Orthodontic Providers & Performers in Midlands & East

by Orthodontic Providers & Performers in Midlands & East
Orthodontic Providers & Performers in Midlands & East
Case Owner
A group of orthodontic providers and performers from across the Midlands and East Region who have been seriously disadvantaged by the collapse of the orthodontic procurement
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Orthodontic Providers & Performers in Midlands & East
Case Owner
A group of orthodontic providers and performers from across the Midlands and East Region who have been seriously disadvantaged by the collapse of the orthodontic procurement
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The orthodontic procurement in Midlands and East was abandoned on 13th December 2019 following a series of legal challenges which have highlighted potential multiple failings in the process, possibly where standards fell far below the requirements of law and good procurement practice, including  a lack of consistency, transparency or equal treatment in relation to marking of bids.  In addition to causing financial losses, this flawed process has created stresses for existing providers and new bidders, which have impacted on their mental and physical health. The disruption caused has led to a loss of services, a reduction in access and increased waiting times. We want to ensure the correct processes are followed in the future and that compensation is paid to  bidders who have suffered losses. We are therefore seeking funding to bring a class action against the commissioning  board.

We are asking for providers, performers and bidders who want to join this challenge to initially donate £100 each to enable us to commence this action

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