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Dental-practice services

Arden & GEM CSU | Published February 2, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit, acting on behalf of NHS England Central Midlands, is inviting suitably qualified providers to offer high quality and safe General Dental Services across Leicestershire and Lincolnshire and a Special Care Dentistry Service for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. This procurement will consist of two ITTs:

1. General Dental Services — 10 Lots across Leicestershire and Lincolnshire. Each Lot will be a separate Personal Dental Services Plus (PDS Plus) Agreement.

2. Special Care Dentistry Service across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (Personal Dental Services (PDS) Agreement).

All contracts will commence on 1.12.2017.

Contracts will be for seven years with the option to extend up to a further 3 years (maximum 10 years).

Further information is available at https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk and the deadline for responses is 14:00, 6.3.2017.

General Dental Services Lots 1-8.

8-8 services:

— Each practice to be open 8 am to 20:00, 365 days a year,

— Urgent care sessions plus routine appointments to be available,

— Practices will be the urgent care providers for those patients not receiving regular dental care or when a patient's practice is closed,

— Emphasis on preventative dentistry,

— Providers must meet Best Practice HTM 01-05 requirements.

Each contract will be for 25 000 UDAs.

General Dental Services Lots 9-10.

Extended access services:

— Opening hours to meet needs of patients,

— Normal surgery times plus extended opening times,

— Minimum extended access for contracts with activity below 20 000 units of dental activity is defined as:

a) 2 sessions per week either early morning or evening, and

b) 1 session on a Saturday morning:

— Urgent and routine care,

— Emphasis on preventative dentistry,

— Providers must meet Best Practice HTM 01-05 requirements.

Lot 9 (Boston) is for 15 000 UDAs and Lot 10 (Leicester) is for 10 000 UDAs.

Special Care Dentistry:

— Broadly concerned with providing and enabling the ‘improvement of oral health of individuals and groups in society who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of a number of these factors’,

— Provision of Paediatric Dental Service,

— Mandatory services for children and adults who require Special Care dentistry — Advanced mandatory services:

> Pain and Anxiety Management Services (PAMs) including sedation for patients with ‘severe’ dental anxiety/phobia,

> General Anaesthesia (GA): children and adults who meet criteria,

> Domiciliary Care for house-bound patients,

> Specialist Advice,

— Provider must have a Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry and Consultant in Special Care Dentistry,

— Provider must meet Best Practice HTM 01-05 requirements.

The General Anaesthesia provision will be carried out under a separate NHS Standard Contract.

Payment for this service will be on a block contract basis.

Dental Services (Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Rutland)

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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85131000

Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit, acting on behalf of NHS England Central Midlands, is inviting suitably qualified providers to offer high quality and safe General Dental Services across Leicestershire and Lincolnshire and a Special Care Dentistry Service for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. This procurement will consist of two ITTs: 1. General Dental Services - 10 Lots across Leicestershire and Lincolnshire. Each Lot will be a separate Personal Dental Services Plus (PDS Plus) Agreement. 2. Special Care Dentistry Service across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (Personal Dental Services (PDS) Agreement). All contracts will commence on 1st December 2017. Contracts will be for seven years with the option to extend up to a further three years (maximum ten years). General Dental Services Lots 1-8. 8-8 services: - Each practice to be open 8 am to 8pm, 365 days a year - Urgent care sessions plus routine appointments to be available - Practices will be the urgent care providers for those patients not receiving regular dental care or when a patient's practice is closed - Emphasis on preventative dentistry - Providers must meet Best Practice HTM 01-05 requirements. Each contract will be for 25,000 UDAs. General Dental Services Lots 9-10. Extended access services: - Opening hours to meet needs of patients - Normal surgery times plus extended opening times - Minimum extended access for contracts with activity below 20,000 units of dental activity is defined as: a) 2 sessions per week either early morning or evening, and b) 1 session on a Saturday morning - Urgent and routine care - Emphasis on preventative dentistry - Providers must meet Best Practice HTM 01-05 requirements. Lot 9 (Boston) is for 15,000 UDAs and Lot 10 (Leicester) is for 10,000 UDAs. Special Care Dentistry: - Broadly concerned with providing and enabling the "improvement of oral health of individuals and groups in society who have a physical, sensory, intellectual, mental, medical, emotional or social impairment or disability or more often a combination of a number of these factors" - Provision of Paediatric Dental Service - Mandatory services for children and adults who require Special Care dentistry - Advanced mandatory services: > Pain and Anxiety Management Services (PAMs) including sedation for patients with "severe" dental anxiety/phobia > General Anaesthesia (GA): children and adults who meet criteria > Domiciliary Care for house-bound patients > Specialist Advice - Provider must have a Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry and Consultant in Special Care Dentistry - Provider must meet Best Practice HTM 01-05 requirements. The General Anaesthesia provision will be carried out under a separate NHS Standard Contract. Payment for this service will be on a block contract basis.
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