Why should I become a PIF Partner?

By joining PIF, our Partner members demonstrate a public commitment to supporting high-quality health information.  Your organisation will gain insights into the health information sector, and raise its profile to a wide network of information professionals, in a range of sectors, across the UK.

Central to the partnership is the desire to share insight and knowledge to support PIF’s Vision.  Funding from our Partner members allows us to maintain our much-valued independence.

What are the benefits of Partner membership?

Partner memberships are tailored to suit the needs of the Partner organisation, but include a core set of benefits.

Partner level membership benefits can include:

  • Regular meetings with PIF
  • Access to insights and understanding of key healthcare issues
  • Increased visibility for your organisation with key audiences, and the opportunity to meet and engage with new contacts from across the healthcare sector
  • The ability to demonstrate that you are engaged in good patient care
  • Inclusion on the PIF website home page and Partners' webpage, with logo and website link
  • One free job advertisement in the PIF e-newsletter and on the PIF website, per year
  • One free use of the PIF Sounding Board service, per year
  • One free place at a PIF event

PLUS Individual member benefits for up to 50 named staff.

If you wish to find out more about becoming a PIF Partner, please contact sophie.randall@pifonline.org.uk.

The Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB) hugely values its partnership with PIF, whose members provide a unique insight to our work on improving the use of information in health and care records. Through PIF, PRSB is able to reach out to a far wider range of stakeholders, patient groups and organisations than it could otherwise do. PIF’s contacts have extensive knowledge and experience of the health and care system that has proved invaluable to our work.
Helene Feger - Director of Strategy, Communications and Engagement, Professional Record Standards Body