Lantum is a digital workforce management platform that transforms how healthcare organisations manage their workforce, end-to-end. It is the only platform to offer connected scheduling – with a staff bank, rota tool and clinician network all in one place. It makes it easy to source, schedule and mobilise staff across organisational boundaries to improve service delivery while making significant savings on administration time and agency costs (with one client on track to save £1.1 million in the first year). Lantum is an essential foundation for healthcare organisations to deliver on the NHS plan to provide more integrated services.

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Lantum increases the visibility and flexibility of the workforce, and delivers time and cost savings at every level of healthcare.

End-to-end ‘connected scheduling’ makes it easy to source and deploy staff wherever they’re needed, using just one platform. It does this via three tools:

1. Multi-disciplinary staff bank: bringing together all staff from across an organisation or ICS into one place, with clinical governance checks taken care of for certain staff types
2. Clinician Network: a verified pool of over 30,000 CQC compliant clinicians nationwide available for booking
3. Integrated rota tool: for quick and easy scheduling, with time-saving automated admin features like staff notifications and e-signing of GP pension forms

Lantum also enables automatic next day payments, and gives full transparency of workforce usage with custom reporting.

This leads to proven results, including:

  • Reduced agency spend 
  • Increased fill rates 
  • Reduced admin time
  • Quicker and easier set up of new services
  • Increased collaboration between organisations

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Impact & Outcomes

Part of the NHS Innovation Accelerator and an approved NHS Digital Supplier for Staff Banks, over 2,000 practices, 260 PCNs and multiple ICSs are already using Lantum – with Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership on track to save £1.1 million in year one.

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