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Education at Level 4 - Healthcare Support Workers

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published March 30, 2017
cpvs
80561000

The Workforce, Education and Development (WEDS) Service, are looking for a contract to provide a Programme of Education at Level 4 to meet the needs of the Healthcare Support Workers alongside Allied Health Professionals Note: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. to access eTenderwales, express your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https:etenderwales.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.shtml and search for project reference itt_61397 within the appropriate area NOTE: The authority is using eTenderwales to carry out this procurement process. To obtain further information record your interest on Sell2Wales at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/search/search_switch.aspx?ID=64746

Administrative healthcare services

Robert Gordon University | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
cpvs
75122000, 85100000, 85140000

The Robert Gordon University is seeking to appoint a contractor for the provision of occupational health services for students of the following Schools:

— School of Nursing and Midwifery.

— School of Health Sciences.

— School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences.

The Robert Gordon University is seeking to appoint a contractor for the provision of occupational health services for students of the following Schools:

— School of Nursing and Midwifery.

— School of Health Sciences.

— School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences.

The object of this procurement is to achieve best value for money for the University, to provide and maintain a professional, high quality and efficient service to students, to ensure that appropriate management information is available and that management controls are in place to enable monitoring and management of student occupational health expenditure.

Nursing Home Placements for Patients Newly Requiring NHS Continuing Healthcare.

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 31, 2020
cpvs
85100000

Midlands and Lancashire CSU on behalf of Cannock Chase Clinical Commissioning Group, North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Stafford and Surrounds Clinical Commissioning Group, East Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula Clinical Commissioning Group and Stoke-on-Trent Clinical Commissioning Group (The CCGs) are inviting suitably qualified Providers of Nursing Homes to submit an indicative tender to be included in a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the management and service provision of Patients Newly Requiring NHS Continuing Healthcare. It is the intention of the commissioner that the service be split into the following lots: — Care Home with Nursing — General Care; — Care Home with Nursing — Functional Mental Health; — Care Home with Nursing — Dementia; — Care Home with Nursing — Challenging Behaviour; — Care Home with Nursing — End of Life; — Care Home with Nursing — Learning Disability. The service requirement covers patients registered with a GP within one of the CCGs geographies and will commence with a phased roll out from December 2015. By applying for inclusion in the Notice, and subject to meeting the minimum entry standards as set out in the indicative tender documentation, Providers will be invited to submit tenders. The CSU, on behalf of the participating CCGs, will issue requests for tenders to Providers admitted to the DPS as and when a requirement arises and will not be subject to a Simplified OJEU Notice. The Award Criteria for the service provision will be stipulated in the tender documentation. Midlands and Lancashire CSU on behalf of the CCGs reserve the right to vary the Award Criteria, including, the use of historical performance as stipulated in the tender documentation. Details of the DPS, together with full instructions are provided in the indicative tender documents available to download from http://demand.sproc.net Interested parties must register their organisation and then download and complete the indicative tender documents from the supplier contract management system https://www.sproc.net by 1.2.2016 at 17:00. After this deadline applications for inclusion in this Notice can be submitted at any time throughout the 4 year duration of the DPS. The estimated total value of services to be purchased for the entire duration of the DPS is purely indicative and cannot be guaranteed by the CSU or the participating CCGs. The services to which this advertisement relates are for Health Services and therefore remain within the scope of Part B of Schedule 3 of the Public Contract Regulations 2006 (as amended). Neither placement of this advertisement nor any other indication shall be taken to mean that the Contracting Authority intends to hold itself bound by any Regulations, save those applicable to Part B Services.

Nursing Home Placements for Patients Newly Requiring NHS Continuing Healthcare.

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 31, 2020
cpvs
85100000, 85100000, 85100000, 85100000, 85100000, 85100000, 85100000

Midlands and Lancashire CSU on behalf of Cannock Chase Clinical Commissioning Group, North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Stafford and Surrounds Clinical Commissioning Group, East Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula Clinical Commissioning Group and Stoke-on-Trent Clinical Commissioning Group (The CCGs) are inviting suitably qualified Providers of Nursing Homes to submit an indicative tender to be included in a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the management and service provision of Patients Newly Requiring NHS Continuing Healthcare. It is the intention of the commissioner that the service be split into the following lots: — Care Home with Nursing — General Care; — Care Home with Nursing — Functional Mental Health; — Care Home with Nursing — Dementia; — Care Home with Nursing — Challenging Behaviour; — Care Home with Nursing — End of Life; — Care Home with Nursing — Learning Disability. The service requirement covers patients registered with a GP within one of the CCGs geographies and will commence with a phased roll out from December 2015. By applying for inclusion in the Notice, and subject to meeting the minimum entry standards as set out in the indicative tender documentation, Providers will be invited to submit tenders. The CSU, on behalf of the participating CCGs, will issue requests for tenders to Providers admitted to the DPS as and when a requirement arises and will not be subject to a Simplified OJEU Notice. The Award Criteria for the service provision will be stipulated in the tender documentation. Midlands and Lancashire CSU on behalf of the CCGs reserve the right to vary the Award Criteria, including, the use of historical performance as stipulated in the tender documentation. Details of the DPS, together with full instructions are provided in the indicative tender documents available to download from http://demand.sproc.net Interested parties must register their organisation and then download and complete the indicative tender documents from the supplier contract management system https://www.sproc.net by 1.2.2016 at 17:00. After this deadline applications for inclusion in this Notice can be submitted at any time throughout the 4 year duration of the DPS. The estimated total value of services to be purchased for the entire duration of the DPS is purely indicative and cannot be guaranteed by the CSU or the participating CCGs. The services to which this advertisement relates are for Health Services and therefore remain within the scope of Part B of Schedule 3 of the Public Contract Regulations 2006 (as amended). Neither placement of this advertisement nor any other indication shall be taken to mean that the Contracting Authority intends to hold itself bound by any Regulations, save those applicable to Part B Services.

Police Custody Healthcare and Forensic Medical Services

NHS Lanarkshire | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
cpvs
85121200, 85121200

NHS Lanarkshire wishes to procure the services of an organisation to provide Police Custody Healthcare and Forensic Medical Services CPV: 85121200, 85121200.

Custodial Healthcare & Forensic Medical Examiner

NHS Highland | Published April 12, 2017
cpvs
85121200, 85121100, 85100000, 85121100, 85100000, 85100000, 85121100

NHS Highland are inviting tenders for the provision of Custodial Healthcare & Forensic Medical Examiner in Argyll and Bute. Lot 1 – In Hours Monday – Friday 08:00 – 18:00 (excluding statutory holidays) Lot 2 – Out of Hours Monday – Friday 18:00 – 08:00 and 24/7 at weekends and statutory holidays Lot 3 – In Hours and Out of Hours In Hours: Monday – Friday 08:00 – 18:00 (excluding statutory holidays) Out of Hours: Monday – Friday 18:00 – 08:00 and 24/7 at weekends and statutory holidays The Contract Period shall be 1 September 2016 to 31 August 2019 with the option to extend for up to a further 12 months. CPV: 85121200, 85121100, 85100000, 85121100, 85100000, 85100000, 85121100.

North East Prisons Healthcare Services

North Of England Commissioning Support | Published March 13, 2017  -  Deadline June 8, 2017
cpvs
85000000

The purpose of this Prior Information Notice, is to advise the market of an upcoming Procurement opportunity for NHS England (Cumbria and the North East), who propose to commission the following for North East Prisons Healthcare Services. The Procurement will be split into 4 Lots: Lot 1: Primary Care Services (to include Nursing; Clinical SMS; GP; Pharmacy; Admin and Secondary Care interface). Lot 2: Mental Health, Learning Disability and Declining Cognitive Function Care Lot 3: Psycho Social SMS Lot 4: Dental Services The above services will be provided across the following North East prisons: - HMP/YOI Holme House, - HMP/YOI Durham, - HMP Kirklevington Grange, - HMP/YOI Low Newton, - HMYOI Deerbolt, - HMP Frankland and - HMP Northumberland. It is envisaged that the tender documentation will be issued early June 2017, with an anticipated service commencement date of 01 April 2018. The contract will be awarded for a period of 5 years including extensions. Any potential future procurement will be advertised on Contracts Finder and the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) is running this expressions of interest process for and on behalf of NHS England (North) Cumbria and the North East, the contracting authority. NECS is utilising an electronic tendering system to gather expressions of interest and communicate with potential providers and all communication with NECS, will be conducted via the portal https://www.proactisplaza.com/SupplierPortal/?CID=NECS hosted by (Proactis) the managed service provider for the NECS electronic tendering system. To express an interest in tendering for this service, please register on the electronic tendering portal. Please note that it is free to register on the portal, which can be accessed at any time of day as long as you have a working internet connection Once registered, you will be able to view details of the tender opportunity by selecting the "Opportunities" box, and then searching for "NHSE130 NE Prisons Healthcare Services Prior Information Notice"). To view further information on this specific opportunity, click the button marked "show me". Please note that this facility allows the provider to express an interest only at this stage, potential providers cannot access any documentation - it is NOT a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) exercise and is NOT part of any pre-qualification or selection process. An Expression of Interest is no indication of a commitment to participate in any potential future tender process nor does it infer any preferential or special status on those organisations who do submit an Expression of Interest. Please be aware that all communications and submissions will be conducted via the NECS Proactis portal only.

Provision of Healthcare, Death in Service Benefit & Accident Cover

Department for Transport, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency | Published March 13, 2017  -  Deadline June 16, 2017
cpvs
66512000

This Prior Information Notice (PIN) is to notify the market that the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) intends to tender for the Provision of Healthcare, Death in Service Benefit & Accident Cover. Healthcare (95 Staff) - insurance against the risk of incurring medical expenses for individuals, plus when appropriate partners and/or families. Death in Service Benefit (127 staff) - Life assurance provided, against the risk of contracting fatal illnesses or accidents, or death whilst in the employ of DVLA. Accident cover (134 Staff) - insurance against the risk of incurring medical expenses for individuals, plus when appropriate partners and/or families, following an unfortunate incident that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically resulting in damage or injury.

Support for Healthcare Simulation Modelling

N E L Commissioning Support Unit | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
cpvs
72000000

Camden CCG has a requirement for Support for Healthcare Simulation Modelling with the purpose of developing a model that will simulate the impact of service transformations on patient activity, spend and population health across the Camden local care system, using a system dynamics approach. The model will aim to understand current spend, activity and capacity across the health and care system in Camden, and the impact of planned changes as a result of the Local Care Strategy. The provider will be expected to design and build a validated base line simulation model for Camden's population incorporating impact of demographic change, provide information for activity and spend outputs at each point of delivery as well as provide forecasts of activity and the capacity to manipulate assumption within the baseline model. Workshops to communicate the developed model to key stakeholders, to develop test scenarios and to present simulation findings will form part of the expected provision. The chosen provider will be expected at the end of the project to transfer developmental knowledge applied in building the baseline and test scenarios and to train CCG staff to be able to use the model and develop further test scenarios.

0-19 Healthcare

Gateshead Council | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
cpvs
850000

CONTRACT FOR THE PROVISION OF 0 to 19 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICES IN GATESHEAD (HEALTHY CHILD PROGRAMME)

AQP Framework for the Provision of Nursing & Non-Nursing Healthcare for Children At Home Services on behalf of Wandsworth CCG

NHS Shared Business Services | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
cpvs
85000000

NHS Wandsworth CCG is seeking providers to apply to join an AQP Framework for the Provision of Nursing & Non-Nursing Healthcare for Children At Home Services. The Provision of Nursing and Non-nursing Healthcare for Children at Home provides bespoke packages of care predominately in the home. The service uses a skill mix team comprising appropriately trained healthcare assistants and registered paediatric nurses working together to provide 24 hours' care, seven days a week over 365 days per year. Care providers will provide assurance that staff employed are suitably competent in meeting the identified health needs of the child and young person. Care delivery should focus on the delivery of a child centred service. Providers would work together with the child/young person and their families, involving them in every stage of the service delivery, taking into consideration their wishes and views and ensuring their care is based on outcome measures. The expected outcomes are: • The prevention of unnecessary hospitalisation • Enabling families greater choice, consistency and control over aspects of their child's health care with greater flexibility so that they can receive services that benefit and make sense to them • Continuity of care • Promotion of the needs of disabled children and young people • Prevention of harm to the affected child from the care environment • Greater choice over their lives and be supported to develop person-centred health plans • Access the healthcare they need and the support to live a normal life as possible • Enhance their dignity, self-respect and individuality and respect and regard to their wishes and preferences • Enable the children to acquire new skills whilst maintaining existing skills; and support them to achieve their full potential. All potential applicants who wish to provide any of these services are invited to apply and must demonstrate compliance with the required criteria. It should be noted that under the terms of the Framework Agreement there will be no guarantees of any volume of activity or levels of income through any contracts which may be awarded.

Medical specialist services

NHS Lanarkshire | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
cpvs
85121200

NHS Lanarkshire wishes to procure the services of an organisation to provide Police Custody Healthcare and Forensic Medical Services.

THe provision of Police Custody Healthcare and Forensic Medical Services.

02. PASSED - Dynamic Purchasing System (Healthcare) LOTS

In-Tend e-Tendering | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2019
cpvs
75122000

Dynamic Purchasing lots -

Health services

The Police and Crime Commissioner for West Midlands | Published April 20, 2017  -  Deadline May 26, 2017
cpvs
85100000, 33692000, 79625000, 85000000, 85120000, 85121000, 85121200, 85140000, 85141200, 85323000

The Provision of Healthcare in Custody Services through the provision of Health Care Professionals for the West Midlands Police Force area.

Health and social work services

AQP Framework for the Provision of Nursing & Non-Nursing Healthcare for Children At Home Services on behalf of Wandsworth CCG | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
cpvs
85000000

NHS Wandsworth CCG is seeking providers to apply to join an AQP Framework for the Provision of Nursing and Non-Nursing Healthcare for Children at Home Services.

The Provision of Nursing and Non-nursing Healthcare for Children at Home provides bespoke packages of care predominately in the home. The service uses a skill mix team comprising appropriately trained healthcare assistants and registered paediatric nurses working together to provide 24 hours' care, 7 days a week over 365 days per year.

Care providers will provide assurance that staff employed are suitably competent in meeting the identified health needs of the child and young person. Care delivery should focus on the delivery of a child centred service.

Providers would work together with the child/young person and their families, involving them in every stage of the service delivery, taking into consideration their wishes and views and ensuring their care is based on outcome measures.

EU-Supply available at https://nhssbs.eu-supply.com Once you have logged into the EU-Supply Portal, Search for Tender Reference 27320.

Registration on EU-Supply is Free and the attached EU-Supply — Quick User Guide will be helpful. If you need technical support on the EU-Supply Portal, please contact the EU-Supply Help-desk on 0800 840 2050 or support@eu-supply.com

Medical consumables

Health Trust Europe LLP (HTE) acting as agent for the University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (‘UHCW’) | Published April 14, 2017
cpvs
33140000, 33100000, 33641200

Contract for the supply of Uterine Ablation Devices and Supplies.

GPO Model Demonstrates Partnership and Aligned Decision-Making

As the only national committed-model group purchasing organisation (GPO) in the UK, HealthTrust Europe is a healthcare partner concerned with its members who are delivering care within the local communities; as such we leverage the purchasing power of our GPO members in order to increase ‘value’ (Quality, Safety, Service and Price) through our contracting processes.

We take clinical and commercial requirements to market on behalf of our members and undertake procurement activities aimed at obtaining the highest quality products and services at the best price for healthcare providers. Our clinically-driven sourcing process underpins our mission to strengthen provider performance and clinical excellence to ultimately improve healthcare in the communities we serve.

This PIN covers the potential for HTE to contract for the supply of Uterine Ablation Devices and Supplies on behalf of our GPO Members.

Funeral and related services

London North West Healthcare NHS Trust | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
cpvs
98370000

London North West Healthcare NHS Trust is seeking a competent organisation to provide a Funeral Service for the whole of the Trust. It is the intention for the Contract to be for a duration of 3 years, with the option to extend for up to 2 years. It is anticipated that the contract will commence in July 2017.

Lift-maintenance services

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 19, 2017
cpvs
50750000

The project comprises the planned maintenance of and reactive repairs to Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust owned / managed lifts at the detailed sites. The successful Contractor will make available all the necessary resources to provide a high quality Comprehensive preventative lift maintenance service to the Client, in full compliance with the specification and conditions of contract.

Pharmaceutical products

Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
cpvs
33600000, 85141210

Supply of an Anti-Infective (Infection Management and Cystic Fibrosis) Homecare Service.

Supply of an Anti-Infective (Infection Management and Cystic Fibrosis) Homecare Service.

This will be a ranked framework.

The framework will be open to participating Trusts of the Thames Valley and Wessex Pharmacy Procurement Service who are:

Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust;

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust;

Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust;

Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust;

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust;

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust;

Isle of Wight NHS Trust;

Milton Keynes NHS Foundation Trust;

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust;

Oxford University Hospital NHS Trust;

Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust;

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust;

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust;

Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust;

Solent NHS Trust;

Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust;

University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.

Additional to this members of NHS Commercial Solutions may use this contract. These Trusts can be viewed at:

http://www.commercialsolutions-sec.nhs.uk/trusts.php

Addresses for these Trusts can be viewed at:

http://www.nhs.uk/ServiceDirectories/Pages/OtherListing.aspx

Medical software package

Ministry of Defence, Information Systems and Services, ISS Development Pillar | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline June 1, 2017
cpvs
48180000, 48814000

This procurement is to supply off-the-shelf software products and vendor support to meet the requirements of themes 1 and 2.

This procurement is split into 2 parts.

Part 1 is a lot based competitive procurement that will award up to 19 individual contracts for Lot Solutions. The Contracts awarded at the end of Part 1 will support the Authority in conducting Part 2 which is referred to as the Solution Evolution and Evaluation (SE&E) Phase. The duration of the SE&E phase will have a duration of 13 months.

The purpose of the SE&E Phase is to determine the combination of contracts (up to 9) that may see their options exercised following approval of the CORTISONE Theme 1 and 2 Investment Approval Point Business Case. If approved, this option will cover the Live Phase of the programme which will have a duration of 36 months.

This Lot Solution will provide the foundation to enable the required business outcome of an integrated Electronic Health Record. An iEHR is an organised collection of patient healthcare data stored in a digital format.

This Lot Solution will deliver the underpinning Med IS architecture for CORTISONE that will allow clinicians/users to view, create, exchange and share health and healthcare information, across Defence (all DMS environments, fixed and deployed) and through a variety of secure interfaces, with various non-DMS healthcare providers (eg NHS (UK (‘four nation’ health services)), NATO and other allies). This will deliver the integration capability required to provide the backbone to enable interoperability, configurable user access points and information exchange across current and future interfaces.

Details of the Lot 1 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This lot will enable the business outcome of an ability to exploit all the healthcare data in records by transforming it into useful information.

The Lot Solution will enable data from anywhere in the medical information services architecture to be used to produce reports at any level of abstraction. This will include simple reports for a single clinician about a single patient, aggregated statistics for military formation HQs and data analytics across the entire medical data set. The difference between this component and the reporting provided within a particular application is that all data in the architecture is available for reporting on as well as data from outside the medical domain.

Details of the Lot 2 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This is the core general practice (GP) service. This Lot Solution will enable the DMS user to access and record all the information required to safely, efficiently and effectively deliver primary healthcare. The primary healthcare user shall be able to record all details of a patient's contact with any health professional or healthcare administrator in all DMS environments (fixed and deployed). This service will cover areas such as consultations, protocols, summaries, document management, practice management, medicines management, referrals management, appointment management, telemedicine and clinical decision support tools.

Details of the Lot 3 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This Lot Solution will deliver services to enable the user to be able to manage all data relating to dental healthcare delivery activities, including those that are military specific, in all DMS environments (fixed and deployed). This includes the management of consultations, referrals, diagnostic tests, decision support tools, dental charts, dental treatment plans, periodontal charts, NATO dental fitness categories, laboratory work e.g. dentures/ crowns, dental specialties e.g. orthodontics, periodontology, oral surgery, forensics and digital dental radiography (intraoral) and telemedicine.

This lot will include:

a. Dental Healthcare Record Service;

b. Intraoral Digital Dental Radiographs Management Service.

Details of the Lot 4 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This Lot Solution will deliver services to enable the user to be able to manage all data relating to mental healthcare delivery activities, including those that are military specific, in all DMS environments (fixed and deployed). This includes the management of consultations, referrals, diagnostic tests, decision support tools and telemedicine. This lot covers requirements specific to mental healthcare in addition to those described in other lots such as general healthcare, imaging, and referrals.

Details of the Lot 5 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This Lot Solution will deliver services to enable the user to be able to manage all data relating to occupational health activities, including those that are military specific. This includes, although not exclusively, services to support the management of Medical Boards, recruitment, fit for task codes (PULHHEEMS/JMES) and exchange of information with current and future Human Resources/Administration (HR/J1) services. The primary role of the DMS is to ensure that Service personnel are ready and medically fit to go where they are required in the UK and throughout the world, generally referred to as being ‘fit for task’. Therefore, OH activities occur within the DMS at many different levels from medical primary healthcare through to specialist OH consultants. This lot covers requirements specific to OH in addition to those described in other lots which include but are not limited to general healthcare, imaging and referrals.

Details of the Lot 6 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This Lot Solution will deliver services to enable the user to be able to access an Electronic Radiology Management System (ERMS). This will enable the prescribing, capture, reporting and archiving of all medical images such as radiographs, ultrasound scans, MRI scans, including dental.

Different elements of this service will be used by different types of users, for example a GP will prescribe/request a radiograph, a radiographer capture/archive a radiograph, a radiologist report on a radiograph and then a consultant surgeon view the image/report. This service will need to be used by users in a wide range of DMS environments (fixed and deployed), including but not limited to: PHC, Centre for Defence Radiology (CDR), dental healthcare (including Centre for Restorative Dentistry (CRD)), Regional Rehabilitation Units (RRU) and Defence Military Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) (Headley Court) and the future Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC).

Details of the Lot 7 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This Lot Solution will deliver services to enable the user to be able to manage all data relating to rehabilitation delivery activities, including those that are military specific. This includes the management of consultations, patient rehabilitation plans, referrals, diagnostic tests, prosthetic management and decision support tools. These services must be available at all types of rehabilitation facilities including Primary Care Rehabilitation Facilities (PCRF), RRU, DMRC and DNRC. The DMS delivers rehabilitation services in a range of environments in both primary and secondary care facilities.

These services will need to be interoperable with several other services delivered by CORTISONE, including but not limited to: Occupational Health and Primary Healthcare. This lot includes requirements for information management from a number of specialist rehabilitation services including but not exclusively, foot pressure system/ gait analysis system/ prosthetic management system.

Details of the Lot 8 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.

This Lot Solution contains a suite of services to enable users to manage the efficient and effective administration of healthcare delivery. This includes:

Medical Language Voice Recognition Service.

This service needs to be able to transform voice into a document in a format that can be edited. This service needs to be available at all DMS locations (fixed and deployed) as the users need to be able to use the same voice file (which trains the system to recognise individual voice) at all locations.

Language Translation Tool.

This tool needs to be able to translate text to and from English for a range of languages. This tool will be needed by a wide range of DMS users.

Scanner and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Service.

A wide range of DMS users need to be able to scan documents and then add them to the required element of healthcare records.

Clinical Notification Service (Alerts).

The user must be alerted to any information recorded on any DMS Med IS which could have a patient safety implication with regard to the user's current patient interaction. This service will need to be used by a wide range of DMS users and must be interoperable with all services that record clinical healthcare data.

Details of the Lot 9 requirements can be found in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ under the titles ‘User Requirements Document (URD)’, ‘Requirements for Evaluation’ and ‘Statement of Requirement Document (SoRD)’.

A full description of this lot, and the estimated quantities required per phase, are also included in the Supporting Documents section of the PQQ.