The new agreement builds on the technological basis of previous agreements for NHS Mail and Windows 10 to promote and support the deployment of these modern technological tools to improve and improve NHS health services. An agreement between NHSX, NHS Digital and Microsoft will save the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds and access Microsoft 365 digital tools for all the organizations in question in England. Announcing the agreement, Foreign Affairs Minister Matt Hancock said: “The introduction of the latest digital operating tools and systems is crucial for a modern NHS – it allows employees to work as efficiently as possible, the way patients are better cared for. During the COVID 19 pandemic, we saw incredible innovative applications of technology throughout the NHS, and this new agreement with Microsoft will pave the way by making sure we`re laying the groundwork properly. Cindy Rose, CEO of Microsoft UK, said: “Microsoft is proud to support the NHS in every way possible, especially in these difficult times. Since Covid-19, the NHS has accelerated the introduction of digital tools to enable physicians and support staff to perform their rescue work more effectively. Although the value of the deal was not disclosed, NHSX CEO Matthew Gould said the deal would save the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds and ensure “the best possible value for taxpayers.” There is no generic box exit solution that matches this agreement, we treat all our customers on a case-by-case basis, please contact your Trustmark Account Manager or contact us at the to discuss your own situation and determine the possibilities you have to make the most of this agreement. It is based on an agreement of April 2018, when Windows 10 was made available to NHS organizations. This date coincides with the licence renewal deadline for a number of NHS organizations in England and also ensures that organizations that have already entered into their own agreements with Microsoft benefit from the agreement. NHS Digital will be the focal point of coordination in the future. For more information, please contact or phone 0300 303 5678. It guarantees access to a large number of Microsoft applications and builds on an agreement first announced in April 2018, which allowed NHS organizations to use Windows 10 to strengthen their defenses against cyberattacks. The agreement will save the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds and allow companies to continue to work on the goal of digital transformation, which will enable them to be agile, productive, secure and collaborative.