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Cambridgeshire Older People Residential and Nursing Block Bed Contract.

LGSS (on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council) | Published February 27, 2016
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Cambridgeshire Older People Residential and Nursing Block Bed Contract.

Provision of bed capacity within the immediate locality of Northampton General Hospital

Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust | Published July 9, 2016
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The Angela Grace Care Centre
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In line with national trends, Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust (NGH) has experienced unprecedented levels of emergency patients attending the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E) and in turn this has put pressure on bed capacity within the Trust. In an attempt to maintain patient safety and release bed capacity NGH has reviewed a number of options which include adding additional beds through a capital works program. The procurement process has now started to select a construction partner, however, it is unlikely that the additional beds will be available until sometime towards the end of next year.

As an interim measure NGH has analysed the provision of bed capacity within the immediate locality of NGH and have selected AGE Nursing Homes Ltd to provide nursing care services to the Trust's patients who are fit for discharge and awaiting on going care. The Trust has considered the healthcare provider market, and carried out as much market analysis as feasible in the short decision-making period. In light of this analysis, the Trust has decided that selecting AGE Nursing Homes Ltd would be in the best interests of its patients, primarily because:

The care homes are located on a site adjacent to the main NGH site, which means that patients will not need to travel far;

Patients will remain under the care of the consultants at NGH while staying at AGE Nursing Homes Ltd and the proximity to their carers is essential to their continuing care;

The Care Home is immediately available to take patients, meaning that the patients will not need to stay any longer in the existing wards at NGH;

The need for additional capacity is immediate and the Trust feels that providing a safe and effective service to patients is paramount rather than awaiting the outcome of a formal process.

In deciding to contract with AGE Nursing Homes Ltd, the Trust has had regard to relevant best practice guidance, including the Principles and Rules for Co-operation and Competition (PRCC). Although many of the principles set out in the PRCC are not strictly applicable to the Trust as a provider, the Trust is mindful of the fact that it will be commissioning services from AGE Nursing Homes Ltd. The PRCC require that commissioners of NHS funded services commission those services from the providers that are best placed to deliver the needs of their patients and populations (Principle 1). Based on the evidence available to it, the Trust considers that AGE Nursing Homes Ltd is best placed to deliver the nursing services and is unaware of any other viable alternative nursing care home providers who would be able to deliver the services at such close proximity to NGH, achieve the same benefits to patients and have capacity to immediately offer the services for the volume of patients needing care.

The Trust considers that the commercial offer by AGE Nursing Homes Ltd is very favourable (with respect to the potential benefits to its patients and financial outlay for the Trust) and it is unlikely that this same offer would not be available if the Trust elects to proceed with a competitive tender process as the beds that are currently available would be opened to the commercial market. Further, the Trust needs to act quickly to realise the benefits of this offer in the 2016/17 financial year as it awaits approval for its business case for additional beds on-site from its Regulators. The Trust has decided that, all relevant factors considered, it would be unlikely to secure better value for money for these services by investing in a competitive contract award process.

The contract with AGE Nursing Homes Ltd will commence in July and whilst the Trust considers that taking advantage of AGE Nursing Homes Ltd's deal is the best interests of its patients and offers best value for money for NGH, the Trust is conscious of the fact that it may wish to terminate at any point should changes in the market occur. Accordingly, both the Trust and AGE Nursing Homes Ltd can terminate the agreement at will for any reason by issuing 6 months' notice.

Dependent on seasonal variations demand will not exceed 38 beds in any 1 week. The cost per bed has been agreed at 830 GBP per bed per week for the duration of the contract.

Provision of bed capacity within the immediate locality of Northampton General Hospital

Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust | Published June 14, 2016
Winner
The Angela Grace Care Centre
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85000000

In line with national trends, Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust (NGH) has experienced unprecedented levels of emergency patients attending the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E) and in turn this has put pressure on bed capacity within the Trust. In an attempt to maintain patient safety and release bed capacity NGH has reviewed a number of options which include adding additional beds through a capital works program. The procurement process has now started to select a construction partner, however, it is unlikely that the additional beds will be available until sometime towards the end of next year.

As an interim measure NGH has analysed the provision of bed capacity within the immediate locality of NGH and have selected A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd to provide nursing care services to the Trust's patients who are fit for discharge and awaiting on going care. The Trust has considered the healthcare provider market, and carried out as much market analysis as feasible in the short decision-making period. In light of this analysis, the Trust has decided that selecting A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd would be in the best interests of its patients, primarily because:

— The care homes are located on a site adjacent to the main NGH site, which means that patients will not need to travel far;

— Patients will remain under the care of the consultants at NGH while staying at A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd and the proximity to their carers is essential to their continuing care;

— The Care Home is immediately available to take patients, meaning that the patients will not need to stay any longer in the existing wards at NGH;

— The need for additional capacity is immediate and the Trust feels that providing a safe and effective service to patients is paramount rather than awaiting the outcome of a formal process;

In deciding to contract with A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd, the Trust has had regard to relevant best practice guidance, including the Principles and Rules for Co-operation and Competition (PRCC). Although many of the principles set out in the PRCC are not strictly applicable to the Trust as a provider, the Trust is mindful of the fact that it will be commissioning services from A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd. The PRCC require that commissioners of NHS funded services commission those services from the providers that are best placed to deliver the needs of their patients and populations (Principle 1). Based on the evidence available to it, the Trust considers that A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd is best placed to deliver the nursing services and is unaware of any other viable alternative nursing care home providers who would be able to deliver the services at such close proximity to NGH, achieve the same benefits to patients and have capacity to immediately offer the services for the volume of patients needing care.

The Trust considers that the commercial offer by A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd is very favourable (with respect to the potential benefits to its patients and financial outlay for the Trust) and it is unlikely that this same offer would not be available if the Trust elects to proceed with a competitive tender process as the beds that are currently available would be opened to the commercial market. Further, the Trust needs to act quickly to realise the benefits of this offer in the 2016/17 financial year as it awaits approval for its business case for additional beds on-site from its Regulators. The Trust has decided that, all relevant factors considered, it would be unlikely to secure better value for money for these services by investing in a competitive contract award process.

The contract with A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd will commence in July and whilst the Trust considers that taking advantage of A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd's deal is the best interests of its patients and offers best value for money for NGH, the Trust is conscious of the fact that it may wish to terminate at any point should changes in the market occur. Accordingly, both the Trust and A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd can terminate the agreement at will for any reason by issuing 6 months' notice.

Dependent on seasonal variations demand will not exceed 38 beds in any 1 week. The cost per bed has been agreed at 830 GBP per bed per week for the duration of the contract.

Provision of bed capacity within the immediate locality of Northampton General Hospital

Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust | Published June 14, 2016
Winner
The Angela Grace Care Centre
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85000000

In line with national trends, Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust (NGH) has experienced unprecedented levels of emergency patients attending the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E) and in turn this has put pressure on bed capacity within the Trust. In an attempt to maintain patient safety and release bed capacity NGH has reviewed a number of options which include adding additional beds through a capital works program. The procurement process has now started to select a construction partner, however, it is unlikely that the additional beds will be available until sometime towards the end of next year.

As an interim measure NGH has analysed the provision of bed capacity within the immediate locality of NGH and have selected A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd to provide nursing care services to the Trust's patients who are fit for discharge and awaiting on going care. The Trust has considered the healthcare provider market, and carried out as much market analysis as feasible in the short decision-making period. In light of this analysis, the Trust has decided that selecting A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd would be in the best interests of its patients, primarily because:

— The care homes are located on a site adjacent to the main NGH site, which means that patients will not need to travel far;

— Patients will remain under the care of the consultants at NGH while staying at A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd and the proximity to their carers is essential to their continuing care;

— The Care Home is immediately available to take patients, meaning that the patients will not need to stay any longer in the existing wards at NGH;

— The need for additional capacity is immediate and the Trust feels that providing a safe and effective service to patients is paramount rather than awaiting the outcome of a formal process;

In deciding to contract with A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd, the Trust has had regard to relevant best practice guidance, including the Principles and Rules for Co-operation and Competition (PRCC). Although many of the principles set out in the PRCC are not strictly applicable to the Trust as a provider, the Trust is mindful of the fact that it will be commissioning services from A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd. The PRCC require that commissioners of NHS funded services commission those services from the providers that are best placed to deliver the needs of their patients and populations (Principle 1). Based on the evidence available to it, the Trust considers that A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd is best placed to deliver the nursing services and is unaware of any other viable alternative nursing care home providers who would be able to deliver the services at such close proximity to NGH, achieve the same benefits to patients and have capacity to immediately offer the services for the volume of patients needing care.

The Trust considers that the commercial offer by A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd is very favourable (with respect to the potential benefits to its patients and financial outlay for the Trust) and it is unlikely that this same offer would not be available if the Trust elects to proceed with a competitive tender process as the beds that are currently available would be opened to the commercial market. Further, the Trust needs to act quickly to realise the benefits of this offer in the 2016/17 financial year as it awaits approval for its business case for additional beds on-site from its Regulators. The Trust has decided that, all relevant factors considered, it would be unlikely to secure better value for money for these services by investing in a competitive contract award process.

The contract with A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd will commence in July and whilst the Trust considers that taking advantage of A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd's deal is the best interests of its patients and offers best value for money for NGH, the Trust is conscious of the fact that it may wish to terminate at any point should changes in the market occur. Accordingly, both the Trust and A.G.E. Nursing Homes Ltd can terminate the agreement at will for any reason by issuing 6 months' notice.

Dependent on seasonal variations demand will not exceed 38 beds in any 1 week. The cost per bed has been agreed at 830 GBP per bed per week for the duration of the contract.

AQP for the Provision of Residential and Nursing Care Home Beds for CHC

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 14, 2016
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NHS Chiltern CCG and NHS Aylesbury Vale CCG are seeking to establish an accredited list of residential and nursing providers to deliver a range and choice of quality assured board, lodging, personal care and registered nursing services in a residential setting to both elderly and working age adults with disabilities for Buckinghamshire CCGs (including placements funded through Continuing Healthcare and Section 117 placements made under the Mental Health Act 1983). This service will be designed to enable individuals to either maintain their current level of independence or regain as much autonomy as practically possible whilst promoting their well-being and facilitating their attainment of personalised outcomes. In addition, the Service must encompass the facility to meet both people's long term care needs whilst also providing sufficient support and care to meet their short term needs. Successful applicants who secure a place on the accredited list will be required to facilitate the delivery of the following outcomes: • Delivering care that is person-centred, supporting a person's independence and whole well-being • Delivering support that enables people to maintain personal choice about everyday life • Delivering care that reflects safe, effective practice and maintains quality as a high priority • Delivering care through well-maintained professional partnerships supported by good leadership. Further information and all relevant documentation can be found on the BravoSolution web portal at: https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk/ Once registered on the site, please search for itt_625 - AQP for the Provision of Residential and Nursing Care Home Beds for CHC.

Nightly Purchased, Supplier-Managed Temporary Accommodation in Northampton (Dynamic Purchasing System - DPS)

Northampton Borough Council | Published April 19, 2018  -  Deadline May 30, 2022
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Northampton Borough Council is committed to tackling, preventing and reducing homelessness, and to minimising its use of Bed & Breakfast and out-of-borough temporary accommodation to meet the needs of homeless families. Although the Council is in the process of setting up a private sector leasing scheme to help meet the demand for temporary accommodation, urgent action is also being taken to move homeless households out of Bed & Breakfast accommodation and into suitable self-contained accommodation within the Northampton Borough or Grange Park. The Council therefore has a requirement for nightly-purchased temporary accommodation that is partly furnished and is managed and maintained by the housing supplier. All organisations wishing to provide temporary accommodation service from June 1st 2018 onwards, will need to apply to join the DPS. This includes Providers that have an existing contract. The initial \"Round\" for this DPS will be open for 30 calendar days. Following on from this, each \"Round\" will then be open for 3 months (close every quarter). This means that Applications can be submitted throughout the duration of the DPS, but the Authority will only process the applications on a quarterly basis. This DPS Agreement is for an initial term of four years (until 31st May 2022), with an option to extend on an annual basis, depending on the Council's need for this type of temporary accommodation. The Council is using the process of a DPS to enable Providers to apply for the DPS at any time. PLEASE NOTE ROUND 1 CLOSES AT 12:00NOON 21st MAY 2018.

AQP Domiciliary Care and Support for Adults with Continuing Healthcare needs in Northamptonshire

NEL | Published May 2, 2018  -  Deadline June 4, 2018
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NHS Nene Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Corby Clinical Commissioning Group wish to establish a number of qualified providers who can provide consistently high quality, person centered and flexible domiciliary care services to adults aged 18 and over who have been assessed as eligible to receive continuing healthcare. The term 'Domiciliary Care' is being used to describe care and support services delivered to an individual in their own home or as an addendum to an existing residential based setting. It includes 24 hour support and rehabilitation services in peoples own homes. Domiciliary care will involve the provision of some or all of the following: • Assistance with personal, nursing or social care, which may be defined as undertaking any activity which requires a degree of personal and physical contact with the patient to assist them to undertake such functions such as dressing, washing, bathing or shaving, toileting, getting in or out of bed, eating, drinking, and communicating. This is not an exhaustive list. • Domestic tasks including meal preparation, shopping and laundry, help with managing finances • Under specified and documented circumstances, assistance with medication • Carer support, including night sitting and night visiting • Specified clinical interventions • Specified interventions that may need to be provided by a qualified nurse The service will be procured through an Any Qualified Provider process. The contract duration will be 3 years with a possible 12 month extension. All relevant documentation can be found on the ProContract procurement portal at: https://procontract.due-north.com/

AQP Domiciliary Care and Support for adults with Continuing Healthcare needs in Northamptonshire

NEL Commissioning Support Unit | Published April 6, 2018  -  Deadline May 9, 2018
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NHS Nene Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Corby Clinical Commissioning Group wish to establish a number of qualified providers who can provide consistently high quality, person centered and flexible domiciliary care services to adults aged 18 and over who have been assessed as eligible to receive continuing healthcare. The term 'Domiciliary Care' is being used to describe care and support services delivered to an individual in their own home or as an addendum to an existing residential based setting. It includes 24 hour support and rehabilitation services in peoples own homes. Domiciliary care will involve the provision of some or all of the following: • Assistance with personal, nursing or social care, which may be defined as undertaking any activity which requires a degree of personal and physical contact with the patient to assist them to undertake such functions such as dressing, washing, bathing or shaving, toileting, getting in or out of bed, eating, drinking, and communicating. This is not an exhaustive list. • Domestic tasks including meal preparation, shopping and laundry, help with managing finances • Under specified and documented circumstances, assistance with medication • Carer support, including night sitting and night visiting • Specified clinical interventions • Specified interventions that may need to be provided by a qualified nurse The service will be procured through an Any Qualified Provider process. The contract duration will be 3 years with a possible 12 month extension. All relevant documentation can be found on the ProContract procurement portal at: https://procontract.due-north.com/

PROVISION OF HMP ONLEY INTERGRATED HEALTHCARE SERVICE

Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit | Published November 21, 2014
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All providers of health and justice healthcare are required to focus on these principles and values to ensure they are embedded into service design and operation. In particular: • A comprehensive service must be provided which is available to all. • Access to services must be based on clinical need – within the prison setting healthcare providers must not make assumptions about patient’s motives for seeking healthcare, but assess and proactively investigate the patient’s symptoms. • Services must be configured to support early identification and diagnosis. • The healthcare provider will aspire to the highest standards of excellence and professionalism. The care provided in the prison setting will reflect that delivered in the community and provide minimum equivalence in terms of access and standards of care. • The healthcare provider will put the patient at the heart of everything it does. Care must be personalised with patients actively involved in their care planning and the decisions made about them. The provision of suitable information to support the patient in this role is a critical success factor. • Patients must be given the opportunity to play an active role in shaping and assessing service delivery. • In delivering a prime provider integrated healthcare model all services will work across organisational boundaries and in partnership with other organisations (including the prison operator, social services, community rehabilitation companies and community healthcare services as examples) in the interest of patients. Working together to support patients to manage and recover their health and continuity of care, both in relation to transfers to other prisons and most importantly on release from prison, are seen as critical outcomes of a successful prison healthcare service. • Services must be delivered in a safe and clean environment and this will require joint working between the healthcare provider and Prison Operator, in line with the roles and responsibilities detailed in the National Partnership Agreement, to ensure information is shared, risks and issues identified and timely action taken. See Facilities and Equipment below for more information. • Services commissioned will provide best value for taxpayers’ money and the most effective, fair and sustainable use of finite resources. Special attention will be paid to ensuring the most effective use of escort and bed watch resources, ensuring a broad use of clinical professionals and skill mix and appropriate prescribing practice. • The healthcare provider is accountable to the public, communities and patients that it serves. • Services must support patients to proactively manage their own conditions. • Care must be provided as close to “home” (the prison setting) where ever possible. • Patients will be treated with dignity and respect at all times. See the section below on Equality and Diversity. • Patients will have the same access to the NHS complaints procedures as members of the community, and this will be advertised across the prison. • Patient information will be treated confidentiality however there are critical areas of delivery where information should be shared outside of that where consent is given. Primarily this sits with risk to self or others. Where information is shared it must adhere to the data sharing principles of the Data Protection Act and Caldicott. Where there are locally agreed information sharing protocols these will manage the principles of the above. • Prisoners are entitled to copies of their medical records

AQP Domiciliary Care for Adults with Continuing Healthcare Needs in Northamptonshire

N E L Commissioning Support Unit | Published February 28, 2018  -  Deadline March 20, 2018
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NHS Nene Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Corby Clinical Commissioning Group wish to establish a number of qualified providers who can provide consistently high quality, person centered and flexible domiciliary care services to adults aged 18 and over who have been assessed as eligible to receive continuing healthcare. The term 'Domiciliary Care' is being used to describe care and support services delivered to an individual in their own home or as an addendum to an existing residential based setting. It includes 24 hour support and rehabilitation services in peoples own homes. Domiciliary care will involve the provision of some or all of the following: • Assistance with personal, nursing or social care, which may be defined as undertaking any activity which requires a degree of personal and physical contact with the patient to assist them to undertake such functions such as dressing, washing, bathing or shaving, toileting, getting in or out of bed, eating, drinking, and communicating. This is not an exhaustive list. • Domestic tasks including meal preparation, shopping and laundry, help with managing finances • Under specified and documented circumstances, assistance with medication • Carer support, including night sitting and night visiting • Specified clinical interventions • Specified interventions that may need to be provided by a qualified nurse The service will be procured through an Any Qualified Provider process which is scheduled to commence in early April 2018. The commissioners would like to invite interested providers to a market place event to be held on 21st March 2018 from 1.00pm - 3.00pm at the following venue: Sunley Management Centre Boughton Green Road Northampton NN2 7AL The purpose of the event will be to outline the requirements of the new contract and to explain the procurement process. Please confirm your attendance by emailing NELCSU.ProcurementNorthants@nhs.net by no later than 12 noon on Tuesday 20th March 2018. Please note that the venue can only accommodate a maximum of two delegates per organisation.

AQP Learning Disability Supported Living Care in Northamptonshire

NEL Commissioning Support Unit | Published July 6, 2018  -  Deadline August 6, 2018
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NHS Nene Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Corby Clinical Commissioning Group wish to establish a number of qualified providers who can provide consistently high quality, person centered and flexible supported living care services for people with learning difficulties. Supported living, in the context of this Any Qualified Provider Contract, will be considered an extension to Domiciliary Care due to individuals needing continuous support tailored to their needs to enable individuals to be as autonomous and independent as possible. Supported living care will involve the provision of some or all of the following (this is not an exhaustive list): • Assistance with personal care, which can be defined as undertaking any activity which requires a degree of personal and physical contact to enable the individual to undertake such functions as washing, bathing or shaving, toileting, getting in and out of bed, dressing, eating, drinking and communicating. • Support at various times including sleeping/waking nights. • Under specified and documented circumstances, assistance with medication. • Facilitating access to health and implementation of healthcare interventions when this is determined by a clinician. • Domestic tasks including supporting the person with meal preparation, shopping, laundry, and keeping their environment clean and free from hazards. • Social care and wellbeing activities to enhance quality of life to include supporting individuals with access to the community, meaningful activities including hobbies, vocational and employment, enabling friendships and relationships. • Liaise with the housing landlord on property matters where appropriate and supporting them to be good tenants. • Assistance with financial matters including banking, utility bills and supporting with managing the individual's home/tenancy. The service will be procured through an Any Qualified Provider process. The contract duration will be 29 months with a possible 12 month extension. All relevant documentation can be found on the ProContract procurement portal at: https://procontract.due-north.com/Login/

Supported Living in Northampton - Expression of Interest

Northamptonshire County Council (NASS) | Published June 23, 2017
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Northamptonshire Adult Social Services are seeking early expressions of interest from support providers of mental health and/ or acquired brain injury services who have experience of supporting people with significant support needs in their own tenancies. Specialist accommodation is in the planning stages and we wish to understand the level of interest from care providers to be involved in delivering services across 20 one-bed flats. The support will be delivered in two separate blocks. One block will focus on supporting people with significant support and care needs due to acquired brain injury who will be residing as an alternative to more formal registered care settings. Individuals are likely to require support with physical care needs which may include mobilisation and/or implementing behavioural management plans. It is anticipated that these tenants will have potential to increase their levels of independence through reablement-focused support but will remain living within these flats over the long-term. The second block will focus on supporting individuals who have mental health issues and who require rehabilitation and support outside of a hospital environment to reach optimum levels of wellbeing and independence. It is anticipated that these tenants will require support to move to a more independent setting as part of their package of support. In addition, for both provisions the provider(s) will have experience in supporting people with advice, information and support to maintain their tenancy, budgeting, benefit advice, advice, encouragement in accessing community facilities, working with local housing providers to facilitate move-on to more permanent arrangements, monitoring mental health and working with local Health and Social Care Staff to share any concerns as part of an agreed support plan. The accommodation consists of 20 individual flats in two separate blocks located in the Duston area of Northampton. The build is due to complete in Autumn 2019. Commissioners are looking for either 1 support provider who has experience in working with people with both mental health and acquired brain injury who can offer services that meet both types of support described or 2 providers who can offer support to a specific cohort and accommodation block. The Provider(s) will work closely with Northamptonshire Adult Social Services assessing potential referrals to ensure individual needs are met and voids are minimised. Commissioners are keen to hear from Providers who can offer flexible, bespoke packages of care utilising the most cost effective and creative use of resources including Assistive Technology. Expressions of Interest should include a description of experience, examples of support models and innovative approaches that could be considered, with indicative 2017/18 rates. The closing date for submission is July 28th 2017, submissions should be sent to: Sue Pepper, sue.pepper@neneccg.nhs.uk, 01604 651316
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