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Financial leasing services

Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline August 18, 2016
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Financial leasing services

Financial Management System as a Service

Derby City Council | Published March 23, 2016
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48440000

Financial Management System as a Service.

Financial Management System as a Service

 | Published June 23, 2016  -  Deadline July 11, 2016
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48440000

Tenders are invited for the provision of an integrated Financial Management System, hosted as Software as a Service (SaaS) within the European Union. The Service Provider will need to take into account differing IT needs, abilities and compatibility in proposing an appropriate solution, which within the scope of this procurement are: • Software licences and upgrades (including if concurrent or named users); • SaaS cloud solution; • Implementation, configuration and integration Services with project management; • Systems validation and control/administration; • Secure system back-up/contingency planning with data archiving facilities; • Documentation and user training; • Helpdesk and application support and maintenance; and • Data conversion and migration. Some system users are based within the organisations Derby Homes Ltd and some Schools within the local authority area; however, the management of the system rests with and licenses are paid for by Derby City Council. The initial contract period is five (5) years. The Commencement Date is estimated to be 01 October 2016 and the Contract will expire 30 September 2021. The Service Commencement Date is estimated to be 01 April 2017. There will be options to extend the contract for up to five (5) additional years in increments, subject to satisfactory performance and business needs. The maximum contract period is therefore ten (10) years. This procurement has previously been advertised with a Prior Information Notice. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 14:00, Monday the 11th of July 2016. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00, Monday the 18th of July 2016. The process is being run via the Council etendering system www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents. Please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

Financial leasing services

Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service | Published March 14, 2017  -  Deadline April 6, 2017
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66114000

The Fire Service is seeking bids for Finance or Operating Leasing to fund Vehicle assets, already purchased by the Council, costing 228 276.19 GBP + VAT. The Council will consider either lease classification for accounting purposes with a drawdown forecast before the end of April 2017.

The Fire Service is seeking bids for Finance or Operating Leasing to fund Vehicle assets, already purchased by the Council, costing 228 276.19 GBP + VAT. The Fire Service will consider either lease classification for accounting purposes with a drawdown forecast before the end of April 2017.

Financial leasing services

Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service | Published January 31, 2017
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Societe Generale Equipment Finance Limited
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66114000

Funding for Finance or Operating Leasing of vehicles. Assets have already been purchased by the Council. 285 101.61 GBP in total.

Financial leasing services

Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service | Published July 30, 2016  -  Deadline August 18, 2016
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Funding for Finance or Operating Leasing of vehicles. Assets have already been purchased by the Council. 285 101,61 GBP in total.

Financial Review for BSol (Birmingham and Solihull CCGs)

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published August 2, 2017  -  Deadline June 7, 2017
Winner
KPMG LLP
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85100000

Financial Review for BSol (Birmingham and Solihull CCGs)

TD1073 - Financial Management System as a Service

Derby City Council | Published June 20, 2016  -  Deadline July 11, 2016
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48000000,

Tenders are invited for the provision of an integrated Financial Management System, hosted as Software as a Service (SaaS) within the European Union. The Service Provider will need to take into account differing IT needs, abilities and compatibility in proposing an appropriate solution, which within the scope of this procurement are: • Software licences and upgrades (including if concurrent or named users); • SaaS cloud solution; • Implementation, configuration and integration Services with project management; • Systems validation and control/administration; • Secure system back-up/contingency planning with data archiving facilities; • Documentation and user training; • Helpdesk and application support and maintenance; and • Data conversion and migration. Some system users are based within the organisations Derby Homes Ltd and some Schools within the local authority area; however, the management of the system rests with and licenses are paid for by Derby City Council. This procurement has previously been advertised with a Prior Information Notice. Please note, suppliers wishing to express interest and obtain the documentation must do so by 14:00, Monday the 11th of July 2016. It is recommended that you express interest and obtain the documentation well before this time to allow sufficient time to prepare and submit a comprehensive response. The deadline for returns is 14:00, Monday the 18th of July 2016. Select the ‘apply online’ link in the bottom right hand corner of this notice; this will transfer you to the Councils e-tendering system www.eastmidstenders.org where you can express interest and obtain the documents. Please note we will only accept expressions of interest through the e-tendering system.

TD1056-The Delivery, Financial Reporting and Monitoring of the D2 Business Development Programme.

Derby City Council | Published January 26, 2016  -  Deadline February 23, 2016
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80570000, 80500000

This contract is to deliver services related to the D2 Business Development Programme. The services will include delivery of at least 14 cohorts of local people, each consisting of ten workshop sessions, 1-to-1 support, marketing and provision of all course materials and presentations.

TD1056-The Delivery, Financial Reporting and Monitoring of the D2 Business Development Programme.

Derby City Council | Published January 23, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2016
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80570000, 80500000

This contract is to deliver services related to the D2 Business Development Programme. The services will include delivery of at least 14 cohorts of local people, each consisting of ten workshop sessions, 1-to-1 support, marketing and provision of all course materials and presentations.

Provision of Financial Support and Resources to support the delivery of New Care Models

Arden & GEM CSU | Published September 5, 2017  -  Deadline September 26, 2017
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66171000

Arden and GEM CSU on behalf of NHS England seeks proposals from suitably qualified experienced providers to provide a package of financial support and resources necessary to enable delivery of a number of key work packages underpinning the successful delivery of the New Care Models in Tertiary Mental Health programme. This support is needed at a critical phase of the programme and is envisaged to last for a period of 6 months from end of September 2017 to end of March 2018. This work has an expected value of £160,000 inclusive of VAT. Support is envisaged from an organisation possessing both accountancy experience and detailed knowledge of the workings of these services within the overall NHS context.

Provision of financial support to key service review areas in Specialised Commissioning

Arden & GEM CSU | Published August 25, 2017  -  Deadline September 11, 2017
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66171000

Financial support to the key NHS England service review programmes of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities; the pilot new care models (NCM) in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services CAMHS and adult low and medium secure mental health services; and whole genome sequencing is currently provided by contractors operating through a contract with Arden / GEM CSU acting as the procurer of services in accordance with the contract in place to procure specialised commissioning services. However due to changing rules from April 2017 an alternative solution methodology to continue that support for a maximum of 3 months is required. The project team are therefore inviting suppliers with the relevant experience to deliver this requirement to respond to an invitation to quote. Mental Health and Learning Disabilities; the pilot new care models (NCM) in CAMHS and adult low and medium secure mental health services; and whole genome sequencing are key areas of focus included in the detailed NHS England business plan. This focus is to review these services and recommend alternative and appropriate arrangements for high quality patient care. Service teams are in place that are reviewing these areas and making recommendation to the Specialised Commissioning Oversight Group and the Board of NHS England through the Board subcommittee which is focussed on specialised services. The outcome will inform commissioning and delivery strategies for these services for these areas.

itt_429 - Provision of Primary Medical GP Services at University Health Centre, Lincoln University, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, LN6 7GA

 | Published April 28, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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85100000

NHS Arden & GEM seeks a provider to offer high quality and safe GP services (in accordance with General Medical Service Regulations) for circa 7,661 patients from the existing purpose built premises located at Lincoln University, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, LN6 7GA. This procurement will be conducted by Lincolnshire West CCG & NHS England, Midlands & East (Central Midlands) as commissioners. Any contract arising from this procurement will be between the successful Provider and NHS England (National Health Service Commissioning Board) and Lincolnshire West CCG as delegated commissioners on behalf of NHS England. For this service provision Arden & GEM CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The services must be provided by GPs and Nurses and they will be required to deliver an outcome based service to include: - High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local population - Provision of professional advice to patients and promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health - Provision of all essential and additional services - All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England, the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the local authority - Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience - Financial management – efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget The Commissioner encourages innovation and use of technology within service delivery. It is seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of service that consistently delivers high levels of patient satisfaction with the following aims: - The increased and right access – the method of service delivery needs to be flexible to meet the varying patient needs - The right clinical assessment - specialist assessment for children and elderly patients or that with a disability - The right timing - the timely inspection and screening of vulnerable patients for prevention of any complications. Estimated total Contract Value excluding VAT of £2,276,750 (estimated total for 5 year duration). The contract value states in this notice is the total amount over a 5 year period which is £455,350 per annum over 5 years. The new contract is scheduled to commence from the 1 October 2016 for a period of 5 years, with an option to extend for a further 5 years. TUPE will apply to this service. The Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation will be available from 28 April 2016 via: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html. The ITT reference for this service is itt_429.All completed bids must be submitted by 12:00 Noon on 10 June 2016.

Medical information systems

Arden and GEM CSU | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline November 18, 2016
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48814000, 48814400

This procurement will be conducted by AGCSU on behalf of NHS England Midlands & East (East) (referred to as the Commissioners). Any contract arising from this procurement will be between the successful Provider and NHS England (National Health Service Commissioning Board). The key objective is to deliver a compliant comprehensive procurement process for the appointment of a successful Bidder that fully meet the Service specification criteria for delivery of quality service. This will be via the open procurement process. The successful Bidder will be awarded an NHS Standard Contract for the provision of Dental Referral Management Service for the Midlands & East (East) region that will meet the technical and financial requirements of NHS England Midlands & East (East). As a result of this procurement exercise an agreement will be established with the successful Bidder(s) for a period of 3 years, with the Commissioner having the option to extend the Contract for up to a further 2 years. It is envisaged that TUPE will apply to this contract. The total contract value over the 3 year contract term is 675 000 GBP. This is based on the current activity and allows for some growth over the contract term. The commissioner has the option to extend the contract for up to a further 2 years. All completed bids must be submitted by 12 Noon on 18.11.2016. The ITT reference for this tender is itt_587. The opportunity notices will be located on the following websites: https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Search http://ted.europa.eu/TED/main/HomePage.do AGCSU is managing this Procurement in accordance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the ‘Regulations’).

GP Services (APMS) for Southglade Health Centre, Bestwood, Nottingham.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published February 19, 2016
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85121000, 85121100

Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM CSU), acting on behalf of Nottingham City CCG (themselves acting under co-commissioning delegated authority from NHS England) seeks a provider to offer high quality and safe GP services (in accordance with General Medical Service Regulations) for circa 2,010 raw/1975 weighted patients from the existing purpose built premises located at Southglade Road, Southglade Park, Bestwood, Nottingham, from 4.1.2017. Nottingham City CCG (the Commissioner) will be the contracting and commissioning authority for the contract resulting from this procurement.

The Practice area extends to the Bulwell, Basford and Bestwood areas. The attached Care Delivery Group Health Profiles give details for both Southglade Health Centre and those practices nearby.

There is unlikely to be significant housing growth in the vicinity of the Medical Centre but there is potential to increase the list size.

Southglade Health Centre (‘the practice’) is 1 of 57 GP practices providing primary medical services within Nottingham CCG area. The main local acute hospital is Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust; community services and mental health services are provided by the Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

For this service provision Arden & GEM CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The services must be provided by GPs and Nurses and they will be required to deliver an outcome based service to include:

— High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local population;

— Provision of professional advice to patients and promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health;

— Provision of all essential and additional services;

— All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England, the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the local authority;

— Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience;

Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget.

The successful provider will need to demonstrate that they can deliver service(s) of a continuously-high quality, ensure a sustainable workforce and be responsive to the needs of the local population. The providers will be required to establish and maintain best practices and use them for continuous service improvement during the term of the contract. The providers will also need to adopt applicable national guidance.

The Commissioner encourages innovation and use of technology within service delivery. It is seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of service that consistently delivers high levels of patient satisfaction with the following aims:

— The increased and right access — the method of service delivery needs to be flexible to meet the varying patient needs;

— The right clinical assessment — specialist assessment for children and elderly patients or that with a disability;

— The right timing — the timely inspection and screening of vulnerable patients for prevention of any complications.

Contract value:

The contract value in year 1 will be based on 108 GBP per weighted population; there will be annual reductions in the GBP per weighted population over years 2, 3 and 4 and from year 5 onwards the contract value will be based on the global sum at that time per weighted population. Further information regarding contract value will be published with the Invitation to Tender.

Contract duration:

The current APMS contract ends on 3.1.2017 and the Commissioners will be seeking to re-procure services under the terms of an APMS contract for 10 years plus 5 years possible extension subject to annual reviews

GP Services (APMS) for Grange Farm Medical Centre, Bilborough, Nottingham.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published February 17, 2016
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85121000, 85121100

Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM CSU), acting on behalf of Nottingham City CCG (themselves acting under co-commissioning delegated authority from NHS England) seeks a provider to offer high quality and safe GP services (in accordance with General Medical Service Regulations) for circa 3,179 raw/3,639 weighted patients from the existing purpose built premises located at 17a Tremayne Rd, Nottingham NG8 4HQ, from 1 October 2016. Nottingham City CCG (the Commissioner) will be the contracting and commissioning authority for the contract resulting from this procurement.

The practice boundary for patient registration extends to a three mile radius from the practice towards the City centre, and includes a large portion of the western side of the Nottingham City local authority area. There are six other practices within one mile of Grange Farm.

The attached Care Delivery Group Health Profiles give details for both Grange Farm Medical Centre and those practices nearby.

There is unlikely to be significant housing growth in the vicinity of the Medical Centre but there is potential to increase the list size.

Grange Farm Medical Centre is one of 57 GP practices providing primary medical services within Nottingham City CCG area. The main local acute hospital is Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust; community services and mental health services are provided by the Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

For this service provision Arden and GEM CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The services must be provided by GPs and Nurses and they will be required to deliver an outcome based service to include:

— High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local population;

— Provision of professional advice to patients and promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health;

— Provision of all essential and additional services;

— All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England, the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the local authority;

— Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience;

Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget;

The successful provider will need to demonstrate that they can deliver service(s) of a continuously-high quality, ensure a sustainable workforce and be responsive to the needs of the local population. The providers will be required to establish and maintain best practices and use them for continuous service improvement during the term of the contract. The providers will also need to adopt applicable national guidance.

The Commissioner encourages innovation and use of technology within service delivery. It is seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of service that consistently delivers high levels of patient satisfaction with the following aims:

— The increased and right access — the method of service delivery needs to be flexible to meet the varying patient needs;

— The right clinical assessment — specialist assessment for children and elderly patients or that with a disability;

— The right timing — the timely inspection and screening of vulnerable patients for prevention of any complications.

Contract value:

The contract value in year 1 will be based on 108 GBP per weighted population; there will be annual reductions in the GBP per weighted population over years 2, 3 and 4 and from year 5 onwards the contract value will be based on the global sum at that time per weighted population. Further information regarding contract value will be published with the Invitation to Tender.

Contract duration:

The current APMS

Provision of Walk In Centre and GP registered services at Rouen House, Rouen Road, Norwich.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published December 1, 2015
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85000000

Prior Information Notice (PIN) for the provision of Walk In Centre and GP registered services at Rouen House, Rouen Road, Norwich related procurement. Bravo Project Ref — project_310 — Rouen House, Norwich Walk In Centre and registered patients list services related procurement. Description of the procurement opportunity. Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (AG CSU), acting on behalf of the NHS England Midlands and East (East) seeks a provider to offer high quality and safe Walk-In centre (WIC) as well as GP registered services (i.e. primary medical services in accordance with General Medical Service Regulations) from the existing purpose built premises located at Rouen House, Rouen Road, Norwich from 01 October 2016. Approximately 64,500 patient contacts were made at this Walk-In centre in year 2014/15 and circa 9 389 un-weighted (8 117 weighted) patients benefited from the GP registered services. Under the co-commissioning intentions, NHS England Midlands and East (East) (now onwards will be referred to as The commissioners) will be the lead contracting and commissioning authority for the contract resultant from this procurement. The Commissioner will work closely with the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) which includes Norwich CCG, North Norfolk CCG and South Norfolk CCG. Rouen House is the only surgery in central Norfolk where Walk-In medical Services are provided and it is 1 of 23 GP practices providing primary medical services within Norwich CCG area. The GP registered services element of the proposed contract covers most of the central Norwich and extends to Costessey in the west and out to Postwick in the east. It covers parts of Spixworth and Rackheath to the north of Norwich and extends out to the A47 south of Norwich. Norwich has been identified as the main focus for growth in the East of England and current population of 215 000 is forecasted to rise by 40 000 by 2026. There is significant housing growth planned in Norwich and the surrounding area. The main local acute hospital is the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Trust. Community services are provided by Norfolk Community Health and Care (NCH&C), and mental health services by the Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Foundation Trust. For the above described service provision AG CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The services must be provided by GPs and Nurses. They will be required to deliver an outcome based service to both registered and un-registered patients (as appropriate) that should include High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local population. Provision of professional advice to patients and promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health. Provision of all essential and additional services such as: 1. Cervical screening. 2. Contraceptive services. 3. Maternity medical services. 4. Vaccinations and immunisations. 5. Minor surgery. 6. Child health surveillance. — All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England, the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and the local authority. — Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience. — Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget. The Service Specification will be fully developed following patient engagement and the successful provider will need to demonstrate that they can deliver service(s) of a continuously high-quality, ensure a sustainable workforce and be responsive to the needs of the local population. Keeping in line with the vision set out in the Five Year Forward View the service providers will be required

Service Provision for Diabetic Eye Screening Program for Essex and East Anglia region.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published July 14, 2015
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85000000

Prior Information Notice (PIN) for Diabetic Eye Screening Service Provision for Essex and East Anglia region Bravo Project Ref — Project_297 — Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (DESP) for Essex and East Anglia Duration of the contract — 5 years (+ 2 years possible extension subject to annual reviews) Description of the procurement opportunity: Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (AG CSU), acting on behalf of the NHS England Midlands and East (The commissioners) invites expressions of interest (EOI) from suitably qualified and experienced healthcare service providers including third sector organisations, social enterprise and other providers to provide Diabetic Eye Screening Programme (DESP) to Essex and East Anglia registered patients. NHS England Midlands and East (East) will be the contracting and commissioning authority for DESP. For ease of governance, the commissioners have split the geographic area served by them into 2 regions listed below and are looking to appoint a DESP service provider for each of these regions. 1. Essex 2. East Anglia (covering Suffolk, parts of East Cambridgeshire, parts of South and East Norfolk, Peterborough and majority of Cambridgeshire) The service provision will cater all ages suffering with diabetes and fulfil their need for regular eye screening. The current contracts for the DESP services will end on 31.3.2016 and as a result the successful provider is expected to be fully operational, providing services from 1.4.2016. Based on the current contract it is anticipated that the value of the contract will be as below* - 1. Essex — circa 9 400 000 GBP per annum 2. East Anglia — circa 10 500 000 GBP per annum For this service provision AG CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The service provider will be required to deliver an outcome based service to include - 1. Provision of clinical and holistic assessment for diabetic eye screening, 2. Provision of professional advice to patients for maintaining healthy eyes, 3. Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience, 4. Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget, 5. Patient centred service — consistently delivering high levels of patient satisfaction. The commissioners encourage innovation and use of technology within service delivery. They are seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of this service with the following aims - 1. The right access — the method of service delivery needs to be mobile and flexible to meet the varying patient needs, 2. The right clinical assessment — specialist assessment for children and elderly patients or that with a disability, 3. The right timing — the timely inspection and screening of eyes for prevention of any complications. The providers will be required to establish and maintain best practices and use them for continuous service improvement during the term of the contract. The providers will also need to adopt applicable national guidance. The procurement relating to this PIN notice will be advertised on Contracts Finder (https://online.contractsfinder.businesslink.gov.uk) and administered or conducted via the AG CSU's e-Tendering portal known as Bravo solutions. Providers wishing to be considered for this opportunity must register with AG CSU's e-Tendering portal by visiting following web link — https://gemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk Full details regarding this procurement opportunity will be available there. Once registered, providers must express their interest by taking following steps - 1. Log in within the portal with the username/password, 2. Click on View Current Opport

Provision of GP services at Beechcroft, Norwich.

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU) | Published July 22, 2015
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85000000

Description of the procurement opportunity: Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (AG CSU), acting on behalf of the NHS England Midlands and East (East) seeks a provider to offer high quality and safe GP as well as primary medical services (in accordance with General Medical Service Regulations) for circa 3 600 un-weighted (3 509 weighted) patients from the existing purpose built premises located at 23 Beechcroft, New Costessey, Norwich from 1.4.2016. NHS England Midlands and East (East) (now onwards will be referred to as ‘The commissioners’) will be the contracting and commissioning authority for the contract resultant from this procurement. The Practice area extends to Costessey, Taverham, Thorpe Marriott and the villages of Easton, Ringland, Honingham, Bawburgh, Marlingford, Weston Longville and Attlebridge as well as parts of Drayton. Beechcroft Surgery (‘the practice’) is one of 23 GP practices providing primary medical services within Norwich CCG area. The population of Norwich is currently 134 300 and is forecasted to rise to 145 000 by 2021. There is significant housing growth close to the Beechcroft Surgery. The main local acute hospital is the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Trust; community services are provided by Norfolk Community Health and Care (NCH&C), and mental health services by the Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Foundation Trust. For this service provision AG CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The services must be provided by GPs and Nurses and they will be required to deliver an outcome based service to include: 1. High quality Primary Medical Services responsive to the needs of the local population, 2. Provision of professional advice to patients and promotion of healthy living with the aim of tackling the underlying causes of ill health 3. Provision of all essential and additional services 4. All Enhanced Services commissioned by NHS England, the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the local authority 5. Robust business management systems and processes for improved patient experience, 6. Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget The Service Specification will be fully developed following patient engagement and the successful provider will need to demonstrate that they can deliver service(s) of a continuously high-quality, ensure a sustainable workforce and be responsive to the needs of the local population. The providers will be required to establish and maintain best practices and use them for continuous service improvement during the term of the contract. The providers will also need to adopt applicable national guidance. The commissioners encourage innovation and use of technology within service delivery. They are seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of service that consistently delivers high levels of patient satisfaction with the following aims: 1. The increased and right access — the method of service delivery needs to be flexible to meet the varying patient needs, 2. The right clinical assessment — specialist assessment for children and elderly patients or that with a disability, 3. The right timing — the timely inspection and screening of vulnerable patients for prevention of any complications. Contract value: Based on the current contract it is anticipated that the value of the contract will be in the region of 325 000 GBP per annum#. The contract and its duration: There has been a caretaker APMS contract in place since October 2012 and NHS England will be seeking to re-procure services under the terms of an APMS contract for 5 years + 5 years possible extension subject to annual reviews. Type

OJEU Notice for Wheelchair Service Provision within Lincolnshire county.

GEM CSU | Published December 4, 2014  -  Deadline January 2, 2015
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85000000

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (GEM CSU), acting on behalf of the South West Lincolnshire clinical commissioning group (South West Lincolnshire CCG) invites expressions of interest (EOI) from suitably qualified and experienced healthcare service providers including third sector organisations, social enterprise and other providers to provide Wheelchair Services to Lincolnshire registered patients. The South West Lincolnshire CCG is responsible for commissioning Wheelchair Services on behalf of all other Lincolnshire based Clinical Commissioning Groups. There are in total 4 CCGs within Lincoln who serve NHS patients within the entire Lincolnshire County. They are: 1. NHS Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group (LE CCG), 2. NHS Lincolnshire West Clinical Commissioning Group (LW CCG), 3. NHS South West Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (SWL CCG), 4. NHS South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (SL CCG). The service provision will cater all ages with mobility problems and postural needs. The current contract for the wheelchair services will end on 30.6.2015 and as a result the successful provider is expected to be fully operational, providing services from 1.7.2015. Based on the current contract it is anticipated that the value of the contract will be circa 3 000 000 GBP per annum. For this countywide service provision GEM CSU would like to encourage innovative solutions including consortia, strategic alliances and sub-contracts which will deliver value for money and improved services to patients. The service provider will be required to deliver an outcome based service to include: — Provision of clinical and holistic assessment for wheelchairs and/or specialist seats, — Efficient procurement strategy utilising NHS supply chain agreements, — Efficient supply of equipment to service users and advice on use, — Robust business management systems and processes including stock control, waiting list management, — Repair and maintenance including reconditioning and modification of wheelchairs, — Logistics – storage, supply, and deliveries (supply and collection), — Financial management — efficient use and maximisation of available resources. Maintain financial control within the available budget, — Patient centred service — consistently delivering high levels of patient satisfaction. SWL CCG (The commissioner) encourages innovation and use of technology within service delivery. They are seeking patient centred solutions for the provision of this service with the following aims: 1. The right access — the method of service delivery needs to be mobile and flexible to meet the varying patient needs, across this rural county, 2. The right clinical assessment — specialist assessment for children and patients with a disability and long term or short term illness, 3. The right prescription — ensuring that the social value is maximised for the patient, 4. The right provision of equipment — facilitating patient choice within defined eligibility criteria, 5. The right timing — the timely supply of equipment keeping waiting times to a minimum. The provider will be required to establish and maintain networks ensuring that best practice is identified and used for continuous service improvement during the term of the contract. The provider will need to adopt applicable national guidance.