The BBC Radio 4 Today programme wants to find out practical ideas as to how the NHS can save money from people with first hand experience of the health service.
The have devoted a section of their website to issues around saving money in the NHS. On the site you can listen to an interview with Kings Fund economist John Appleby and Roy Lilley, a former NHS trust chairman, where they discuss how the NHS can be more efficient.
If you work in the NHS, or for an organisation which works with the NHS, the programme wants to hear where you think savings could be made. They will treat your emails in confidence and will not publish any information that could lead to your identification without contacting you directly beforehand.
Access the Radio 4 site here.