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Monocular and/or binocular light compound microscopes

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published October 28, 2017
Winner
Laboratory Instruments & Supply Ltd
cpvs
38516000, 38510000, 38515000, 38519300, 38634000

HSE Ireland — National Framework Agreement for the Provision of Laboratory and Consultant Microscopes, Cameras and Accessories.

Consultant and Laboratory Microscope, Specification 2A - 4 Objective Lenses including 2 Plan Achromat Lenses — No camera or teaching head included.

Consultant & Laboratory Microscope, Specification 2C - 3 Plan Flourite and 3 Plan Apochromatic objective lenses and Polariser Unit, camera and teaching head included.

Monocular and/or binocular light compound microscopes

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published May 13, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
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38516000, 38510000, 38515000, 38519300, 38634000

HSE Ireland — National Framework Agreement for the Provision of Laboratory and Consultant Microscopes, Cameras and Accessories.

Consultant and Laboratory Microscope, Specification 2A - 4 Objective Lenses including 2 Plan Achromat Lenses — No camera or teaching head included.

Consultant and Laboratory Microscope, Specification 2C - 3 Plan Flourite and 3 Plan Apochromatic objective lenses and Polariser Unit, camera and teaching head included.

Kerdiffstown Landfill Remediation Project - Environmental Consultancy Services.

Kildare County Council | Published April 28, 2015
Winner
SKM Enviros
cpvs
71000000, 71313000

The landfill and waste facility at Kerdiffstown has closed and is now undergoing the early stages of a clean-up or “remediation“ process. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is using powers under the WasteManagement Act 1996 (as amended) to restore the site and put in place appropriate after-care measures to prevent and limit pollution from the materials on the site. The site consisted of an extensive recycling facility, now partly dismantled, an authorised lined landfill that had been partially filled with waste and a large area in which substantial quantities of waste have been deposited. The 30 hectare site is in a rural location and is bounded by agricultural land, a golf course, a country estate, residential properties and a minor road. Conditions on the site are hazardous and strict safety measures will apply. The EPA originally followed a restricted two stage process in order to establish a single-party framework agreement for the provision of multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy team, comprising the following individuals: —site/environmental engineer, —environmental engineer, —civil engineer, —waste advisor / waste specialist, —geotechnical engineer, —hydrologist, —hydrogeologist, —noise specialist, —air quality specialist, —waste advisor / waste specialist with certificate in waste management, —landscaping consultant, —archaeologist, —planning and environmental impact assessment specialist, —PSDP. The framework was originally valued at 600 000 EUR – 2 400 000 EUR for the duration of the Framework.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published September 30, 2017  -  Deadline October 31, 2017
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72000000, 72260000, 72262000

The HSE hereby invites suitably qualified and experienced service providers to submit tenders to provide a HIPE Data Quality Assessment Tool and Lot 2 Patient Costing and Activity Benchmarking Tool for the Healthcare Pricing Office.

This tender has been split into 2 lots. Lot 1 HIPE Data Quality Assessment Tool and Lot 2 Patient Costing and Activity Benchmarking Tool. Tenderers may submit a tender for individual lots or both lots.

The deployment of an objective tool to assess data quality would facilitate the implementation of a strategic clinical coding audit and data quality framework. Under Activity Based Funding (ABF), a significant proportion of each hospital's funding depends on the activity, reported through HIPE. Without an objective tool to assess the data quality, hospitals' funding may be impacted because of variation in quality of coding, rather than variation in activity performed, leading to inappropriate funding allocation.

The proposed tool should allow hospitals to review and improve their own data before submission to the central/ national file, allowing review by coder and by consultant, thereby improving the data quality at source.

HIPE collects administrative, demographic and clinical information on acute admitted care in publicly funded hospitals. Up to 30 diagnoses and up to 20 procedures are collected and classified per discharge (approx. 1.6 million discharges per year). The classification (referred to as ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS/ICS) allows for approximately 20 000 possible codes for each of the 30 potential diagnoses per discharge and approximately 7 000 codes for each of the 20 potential procedures. A secondary classification is then applied to group discharges into diagnosis related groups (DRGs) that are expected to consume similar levels of resources (referred to as AR DRGs).

HIPE data are used extensively in the management of the Health Service. Uses include Activity Based Funding, Performance Measurement and Quality Improvement, in addition to informing policy, international reporting and informing policy.

The HIPE system, centrally administered by the HPO, currently includes a suite of in-house built data quality tools including a robust data entry system with in-built checks, a data quality suite including data checking tools to facilitate hospitals checking their own data and an audit tool kit to facilitate chart based audit. However HIPE does not have a tool that facilitates the objective measurement of data quality.

The tool should promote better understanding of the Coding Classification rules. Use of the tool should improve data quality of HIPE data and reduce variation in in quality of coding across hospitals/coders.

This project aims to implement a tool to allow hospital based costing accountants to compare their patient level costs against their peers, thereby identifying areas of discrepancy in the quantum of costs, how these costs are allocated or non-compliance with patient costing standards. Hospitals know at overall hospital level, through ABF Benchmarking results, how their overall costs and activity compare against other hospitals. This tool will allow comparison from patient level upwards within their own hospital versus summary DRG for the Peer Hospital to explain why this overall performance exists which will provide opportunity for service and data improvements. The expected data improvements will contribute to improvements in the costing data which is subsequently used to set prices and allocate funding under the Activity Based Funding model. This tool will be available at the hospital and Group Hospital level, providing opportunities for data quality improvement at source, thereby by closing the continuous improvement cycle. The tool should enable all users to see and understand where costs are being incurred within patient journeys through Irish acute hospitals.

Patient Level Costing (PLC) data is a key cornerstone for the effective implementation of the Activity Based Funding (ABF) Programme in the Irish acute Hospital Setting. A key objective of the ABF Programme is to establish and facilitate an evidence based system of healthcare resourcing that drives transparency, equity and efficiency. As part of this requirement, the availability of this Patient Costing benchmarking tool will provide a clear and transparent cost comparison of information between hospitals with a full drill down capability across all levels of patient care.

Patient Costing Benchmarking also allows one hospital to compare themselves with a single peer, peer group or group average, thus leading to a better understanding of cost variation which in turn is a very useful tool in understanding variations in clinical coding and episode complexity. Currently, hospitals do not have tools to compare their patient level costs at Patient Care Area level with their peers, limiting their ability to improve the quality of, or effectively gain intelligence from their costing data.

The proposed tool will provide this facility, allowing hospitals to take proactive steps to improve and therefore use and take ownership of their costing information. Improved quality costing data would then be available to the Healthcare Pricing Office, which would improve our ability to set accurate and fair prices for funding allocation.

Consulting services for water-supply and waste consultancy

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline July 11, 2016
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Consulting services for water-supply and waste consultancy

Infrastructure works consultancy services

Kildare County Council | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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71311300, 71000000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311000

The scope of services required consists of all services necessary or for the purposeful delivery of:

(i) Monitoring and independent check of the works by means of checking all of the contractors works for compliance with the works requirements and reporting on same to the Client.

(ii) Contract administration of the design and construction activities associated with the development and completion of the M7 Naas Newbridge Bypass Upgrade + M7 Osberstown Interchange and R407 Sallins Bypass;

(iii) The provision of detailed records relating to the actual progress of the construction of the works which will provide Kildare County Council with a detailed record of the resources employed by the contractor, and a contemporaneous record of the progress of construction;

(iv) The close-out activities associated with the development and completion of the M7 Naas Newbridge Bypass Upgrade + M7 Osberstown Interchange and R407 Sallins Bypass including dispute resolution.

It is currently anticipated that some or all of the following works will be included in the scheme. The proposed scheme involves the widening of the M7 motorway from a two lane into a 3 lane carriageway, in each direction, starting from the three lane N7 dual carriageway East of Junction 9 Naas North to the M7 and M9 merge at Junction 11 in Co. Kildare while maintaining 2 lane traffic in both directions at all times. It will require the upgrade of the existing road drainage system while maintaining a functioning drainage system during the period of the works. The scheme includes the removal of the existing on/off access ramps at Junction 10 Naas South and the construction of 2 new interchanges, one just immediately south of the existing Junction 10 and another at the townland of Osberstown approximately half way between Junctions 9 Naas North and 10 Naas South. The Osberstown interchange will require a new roadbridge crossing the M7 motorway, replacing an existing accommodation bridge. This will require the demolition of the existing bridge as well as the construction of the new bridge over live motorway traffic. It is expected that night working will be required to enable certain activities.

The proposed scheme involves the Sallins Bypass starting from the proposed Osberstown Interchange and terminating at a new roundabout on the R407, Clane Road, North of Sallins. The bypass includes a link road from Sallins town centre to a roundabout on the bypass between the River Liffey and the Grand Canal. The bypass will be dual carriageway to Osberstown Interchange from this roundabout and single lane carriageway to the R407 Roundabout. The scheme involves structures to cross the River Liffey in 2 different locations, a minor road, the canal and its tow-paths and a defunct canal.

The Environmental Impact Statements associated with the schemes can be found at the following link. http://kildare.ie/CountyCouncil/NationalRoadsOffice

Health and safety consultancy services

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published September 2, 2016  -  Deadline September 19, 2016
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Please refer to SAQ Documentation. Please register your interest on e-tenders.gov.ie

Framework Agreement for Urban Design Team Consultants.

Kildare County Council | Published July 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 13, 2015
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71000000, 71222000, 71400000, 71410000

Kildare County Council plans to carry out public realm improvement schemes in a number of towns throughout County Kildare over the coming years. In order to assist Kildare County Council with the design and delivery of these schemes, it is proposed to establish a Framework Agreement for Urban Design Team Consultants. The Framework Agreement will be established for a 4 year period. Kildare County Council will draw down services from this Framework Agreement as and when required. Kildare County Council is currently developing proposals for public realm improvement works in Emily Square in Athy. This project will be used as a pilot project for future similar schemes. The Emily Square project will also be used as the initial project for the purposes of establishing the Framework Agreement.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 4, 2017
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79400000

External expertise in behaviour based culture change is required to develop and roll out a social movement in the health services to make the values of care, compassion, trust and learning more visible in our everyday actions across the health services.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline April 10, 2017
cpvs
79400000, 73210000, 79315000, 79410000

The Health Service Executive seeks to engage external support from an independent organisation/service provider with a suitably qualified team of people to undertake an evaluation of the impact of the National Dementia Strategy including the National Dementia Strategy Implementation Plan (NDSIP).

For full details please see the Invitation to Tender documentation published with the Contract Notice on the etenders website, www.etenders.gov.ie

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
cpvs
72000000, 72250000, 72253200

The HSE invites tenders from suitably qualified and experienced service providers for Support and Maintenance Services for the existing and developed Health Atlas Ireland (HAI) system, and all modules therein. The HAI system incorporates GIS, Database, and Statistical components, with a user friendly interface supporting web-enabled access across the Irish Health Sector and collaborating agencies.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
cpvs
72000000

The Health Service Executive is seeking submissions from suitably qualified service providers in the areas of Information Governance, Security of Information, and Data Protection, for inclusion on a Multi-Supplier Framework under the following Lots: Information Governance Services; Information Security Services; Data Protection and GDPR Services; and Information Services as part of Major Project Delivery. Services Providers awarded to the framework will assist HSE in these areas as new developments occur and regulations change ensuring that user information is kept safe and HSE remains compliant.

Please see tender documents, available to download at

www.etenders.gov.ie

Please see tender documents, available to download at:

www.etenders.gov.ie

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016
cpvs
72000000

The HSE requires assistance with the Setup, Development & Management of an eHealth Ecosystem for the Republic of Ireland.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) invites tenders from suitably qualified companies / individuals to assist the Health Service Executive (HSE) with the development and management of an eHealth Ecosystem.

For full details please see the Invitation to Tender documentation available to download with the Contract Notice published on the etenders website, www.etenders.gov.ie

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published October 20, 2016
Winner
Deloitte Ireland
cpvs
72000000, 48900000, 72261000, 72267000, 72267100, 72268000

Tenders are invited for the software subscription and support renewal of the currently operated suite of IBM Lotus Domino software, to cover the following HSE areas; HSE West and DNE (Dublin North East). Quantities and details as per attached pricing schedule. HSE also requires pricing on additional nodes as may be required to purchase during contract term, prices should be submitted in blocks of 1, 50 and 100.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2016
cpvs
72000000, 72250000

The HSE invites tenders from suitably qualified and experienced service providers in the design, development, and implementation of new modules, or developments/enhancements of existing modules, of Health Atlas Ireland (HAI), and new web based systems of a similar nature and purpose, all operating within the HAI information system infrastructure. The HAI system incorporates GIS,database, and statistical components, with a user-friendly inferface supporting web-enabled access across the Irish Health Sector and collaborating agencies.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published September 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 5, 2016
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The Office of the Chief Information Officer, HSE, invites tenders for the supply of

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published July 16, 2016  -  Deadline August 12, 2016
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Tenders are invited for the software subscription and support renewal of the

Treatment Centre with consulting rooms for Community Alcohol and Drugs Service.

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline January 26, 2016
cpvs
45000000

New purpose build Treatment Centre for CADS (Community Alcohol and Drugs Service), on St Fintan's Hospital Campus, Portlaoise to provide the following accommodation:

1) Reception, waiting and supervised toilet facilities;

2) Treatment, Consultation, Group and Counselling rooms;

3) Ancillary accommodation including staff facilities.

The proposed building will be constructed in the environs of a protected structure.

St Fintan's Hospital buildings are included in the Laois County Council Record of Protected Structures County Development Plan 2011-2017.

Multi-Operator Framework Agreement for the provision of Road Design Consultancy Services.

Kildare County Council | Published June 20, 2015  -  Deadline July 29, 2015
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71310000, 71300000, 71311000, 71311220, 71312000, 71322000, 71500000

Kildare County Council as Contracting Authority wishes to establish and operate a multi-supplier Framework Agreement for the Provision Road Design Consultancy Services, including the provision of Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) services. The Framework Agreement shall cover all aspects of Road Design including: — New alignments/ re-alignments; — Footpaths and cycle routes; — Roundabout design; — Junction design; — Drainage design; — Public lighting; — Preliminary design; — Public consultation process; — Compulsory Purchase Orders; — Appropriate Assessment; — Health and Safety Services including the role of PSDP; — Environmental Assessments (but not Environmental Impact Statements), and shall be deemed to include all other associated work required on roads projects. It is estimated that the total value of projects annually will not exceed 5 000 000 EUR (excluding VAT but including construction costs). A large variety of other projects and activities may be specified under the Framework Agreement. The frequency, scale and type of projects may vary depending on the needs of the Contracting Authority and the urgency of the work required. Design services on some projects may be provided by the Contracting Authority with support services taken from the Framework Agreement. Kildare County Council may carry out procurement for consultancy services in other ways. The highest ranked tenderer who qualifies for the Framework Agreement shall be awarded the Project for Technical and Engineering Consultancy Services for a proposed new roundabout on the R445 at Newhall Cross Roads, Ladytown, Co Kildare. The services will include full Project Management and PSDP Consultancy Services, to complete Stages 1 to 7 of National Roads Authority Project Management Guidelines (2010), subject to completion of statutory and planning procedures.

Recruitment services

Health Service Executive (HSE) | Published November 10, 2017
Winner
Locumlink Associates Limited
cpvs
79600000, 79624000, 79625000

Provision of short-term temporary and locum Health Services Agency placements for:

Doctors (Consultants and NCHD's), Nurses, Health Care Assistants, Allied Health Professionals and Social Care Workers.

Provision of short-term temporary and Locum Health Services Agency placements for:

Doctors (Consultants and NCHD's), Nurses, Health Care Assistants, Allied Health Professionals and Social Care Workers.