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NHS Leeds CCGs.: Dermatology & BCC AQP (window 2)

NHS Sheffield CCG | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017

Aims and objectives of service Dermatology The objectives of the service are to :- • Ensure patients are seen and treated in an environment most appropriate to their needs.  Be responsive to the individual, including those with special needs, e.g. learning disabilities or visual impairment • Educate patients with long term skin conditions so that they understand the causes, trigger factors and lifestyle choices available to them • Empower patients to manage their condition independently, knowing when to seek further help, thus reducing their need for specialist care • Ensure a child-friendly environment and flexible appointment system to meet the needs of patients and carers • Ensure joined up, clinically effective patient care and pathways across the whole health community. • Facilitate the development of innovative approaches to service provision such as email consultations, tele-dermatology text, phone or web based solutions • Deliver a service which has the ability to flex its resource base to meet capacity • Deliver appropriate referrals into specialist providers. Aims and objectives of service BCC The aim of the service is to commission a diagnosis and treatment service for low risk BCC. The Improving Outcomes for People with Skin Tumours including Melanoma, NICE guidance on Cancer Services stipulates the models of care for clinical triage of BCC's. For the purpose of this service specification Model 1 Practitioners has been selected. The services will: • Ensure equitable, timely and appropriate access • Provide services that are the best value for money • Ensure patients are seen and treated in a safe environment most appropriate to their care needs • Deliver a cohesive and seamless pathway based on patient need • Facilitate the shift of services closer to home through development and innovation • Provide a streamlined patient referral processes

FFE2005NE — Furniture.

North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium | Published April 22, 2017

NEUPC seeks to establish a framework agreement for the supply and installation of furniture across a range of environments, defined by the ten lots described in Annex B, within the Higher and Further Education Sector Establishments of the United Kingdom. Associated services including but not limited to interior design, space planning, technical drawings andproject management will be in scope of the framework The framework will be made available to the member institutions of the consortia listed in Annex A partV The framework agreement will be made available for use by the consortia and all their respective member institutions regardless of whether or not they are to be defined as contracting authorities for the purpose of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. Membership of the consortia may be subject to change due to strategic realignment or the inclusion of new members. Estimated cost of works excluding VAT: 268 125 000Currency: GBP Divided into lots? Yes
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