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HMP Chelmsford — Healthcare Services.

NHS England (East) | Published April 28, 2017
Winner
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
cpvs
85000000

Healthcare service for HMP Chelmsford.

HMP Chelmsford — Healthcare Services

NHS England (East) | Published April 28, 2017
Winner
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
cpvs
85000000

Healthcare service for HMP Chelmsford.

GB-Huntingdon: 23016-IT-TN- 3 PAR SAN FOR HINCHINGBROOKE HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST

 | Published February 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
cpvs
72222300

23016 -IT-TN - 3 PAR SAN FOR HINCHINGBROOKE HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST - 3 YEARS

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Non Emergency Patient Transport Service.

NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group | Published October 15, 2015
cpvs
34114122, 60130000, 85100000

The service will deliver an appropriate, dignified and safe NePTS to patients, ensuring all eligible patients are able to travel to and from the community or acute healthcare setting in a timely manner, without adverse impact on their medical condition.

NHS England - Health Needs Assessment

 | Published April 12, 2016  -  Deadline April 27, 2016
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85000000

NHS England wishes to commission health needs analyses for the mental healthcare services in two remand prisons. Bidders are invited to submit offers for these health needs analysis in accordance with the attached specification. The closing date for submission of bids is 27th April 2016 at 5pm and should be sent to Claire Weston via e-mail : claire.weston2@nhs.net

UCAM 004/15 The Provision of a New, Fully Integrated HPLC — MS System.

The Chancellor, Masters αnd Scholars οf The University οf Cambridge | Published June 30, 2015
Winner
Waters Ltd
cpvs
38000000

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is part of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the University of Cambridge. WBIC is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) for manufacturing of short-lived radiopharmaceuticals for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies. In the nearby Molecular Imaging Chemistry Laboratory low activity level radiochemistry research is carried out. The requirement for an LC/MS system arose from the need to perform accurate chemical mass characterisation for quality control and assurance of starting materials and final products used for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies and investigations into radiometabolite profiles for PET studies.

UCAM 004/15 The Provision of a New, Fully Integrated HPLC — MS System.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Cambridge | Published March 3, 2015  -  Deadline April 1, 2015
cpvs
38000000

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is part of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the University of Cambridge. WBIC is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) for manufacturing of short-lived radiopharmaceuticals for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies. In the nearby Molecular Imaging Chemistry Laboratory low activity level radiochemistry research is carried out. The requirement for an LC/MS system arose from the need to perform accurate chemical mass characterisation for quality control and assurance of starting materials and final products used for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies and investigations into radiometabolite profiles for PET studies.

UCAM 004/15 The Provision of a New, Fully Integrated HPLC — MS System.

The University of Cambridge | Published March 3, 2015  -  Deadline March 12, 2015
cpvs
38000000

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is part of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the University of Cambridge. WBIC is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) for manufacturing of short-lived radiopharmaceuticals for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies. In the nearby Molecular Imaging Chemistry Laboratory low activity level radiochemistry research is carried out. The requirement for an LC/MS system arose from the need to perform accurate chemical mass characterisation for quality control and assurance of starting materials and final products used for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies and investigations into radiometabolite profiles for PET studies.

UCAM 032/15 Provision of a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for production of PET radioph

The University of Cambridge | Published January 22, 2016
Winner
Synthra, GE Healthcare, Imaging Equipment Ltd
cpvs
38000000

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is part of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the University of Cambridge. WBIC is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) for manufacturing short-lived radiopharmaceuticals for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies.

A grant application has permitted WBIC to build a new GMP manufacturing facility, including a suite of new hotcells to accommodate a set of automated radiopharmaceutical manufacturing systems (Synthesisers). Hence the need for a set of Synthesisers arose from the enhanced manufacturing capacity.

WBIC requires a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for efficient and reliable production of 11C-labelled, 18F-labelled and other non-standard radioisotope labelled radiopharmaceuticals for human PET studies under GMP conditions.

Note: Despite the present document states ‘Set of Synthesisers’ each proposed synthesis unit will be assessed and awarded on individual basis.

UCAM 032/15 Provision of a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for production of PET radiopharmaceuticals.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published April 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
cpvs
38000000

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is part of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the University of Cambridge. WBIC is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) for manufacturing short-lived radiopharmaceuticals for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies. A grant application has permitted WBIC to build a new GMP manufacturing facility, including a suite of new hotcells to accommodate a set of automated radiopharmaceutical manufacturing systems (Synthesisers). Hence the need for a set of Synthesisers arose from the enhanced manufacturing capacity. WBIC requires a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for efficient and reliable production of 11C-labelled, 18F-labelled and other non-standard radioisotope labelled radiopharmaceuticals for human PET studies under GMP conditions. Note. Despite the present document states 'set of Synthesisers' each proposed synthesis unit will be assessed and awarded on individual basis.

UCAM 032/15 Provision of a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for production of PET radioph

The University of Cambridge | Published April 14, 2015  -  Deadline May 19, 2015
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38000000, 38000000, 38000000, 38000000, 38000000, 38000000

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is part of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the University of Cambridge. WBIC is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) for manufacturing short-lived radiopharmaceuticals for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies. A grant application has permitted WBIC to build a new GMP manufacturing facility, including a suite of new hotcells to accommodate a set of automated radiopharmaceutical manufacturing systems (Synthesisers). Hence the need for a set of Synthesisers arose from the enhanced manufacturing capacity. WBIC requires a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for efficient and reliable production of 11C-labelled, 18F-labelled and other non-standard radioisotope labelled radiopharmaceuticals for human PET studies under GMP conditions. Note. Despite the present document states 'set of Synthesisers' each proposed synthesis unit will be assessed and awarded on individual basis.

UCAM 032/15 Provision of a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for production of PET radiopharmaceuticals.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published January 22, 2016
Winner
Imaging Equipment Ltd
cpvs
38000000

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is part of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the University of Cambridge. WBIC is licensed by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) for manufacturing short-lived radiopharmaceuticals for clinical and preclinical PET imaging studies.

A grant application has permitted WBIC to build a new GMP manufacturing facility, including a suite of new hotcells to accommodate a set of automated radiopharmaceutical manufacturing systems (Synthesisers). Hence the need for a set of Synthesisers arose from the enhanced manufacturing capacity.

WBIC requires a set of new synthesis systems (Synthesisers) for efficient and reliable production of 11C-labelled, 18F-labelled and other non-standard radioisotope labelled radiopharmaceuticals for human PET studies under GMP conditions.

Note: Despite the present document states ‘Set of Synthesisers’ each proposed synthesis unit will be assessed and awarded on individual basis.

Specialist training services

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2017
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80510000

To meet the strategic ambitions, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) is articulating its strategic objectives for the coming 2 to 3 years, so that the whole organisation can align around these. We have determined a new way of working to achieve these goals — know as CUH together.

We are looking for a partner or partners who can help us to create a new programme of leadership development that supports the implementation of CUH together. Ultimately we are looking to create meaningful, provocative and life changing solutions for our leaders and above all enable them to succeed in the changing world of CUH/the NHS/healthcare. This programme is aimed at our top leadership population, between 100-150, who report in at our Executive level.

Providing insight on individual leadership style and impact, and tools for change.

Interventions supporting ‘Personal’ development (within the organizational context).

A focus on developing ‘organizational’ skills, knowledge and understanding, with the option to use service improvement projects to support the learning alongside the strategy roll out.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Community Hospital outpatients and Radiography services

 | Published June 27, 2016
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85100000

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (C&PCCG) is holding a pre-market information session with providers to set out our commissioning intentions for a) Community out-patient services across a wide range of specialties for the areas served by:- Doddington Hospital and Princess of Wales Hospital, Ely. b) Community-based dermatology services for the Peterborough area c) Radiology service at:- Doddington Community Hospital, Princess of Wales Community Hospital North Cambs Hospital, Wisbech This notice is placed as a Prior Information Notice, and relates only to the market engagement process and is not a call for competition. C&PCCG would like to invite Providers to attend a 'Market Engagement Event' which will inform the market of our intentions for the services outlined above. This event is scheduled to take place on Friday 15th July 2016 The purpose of this market engagement event is to help the CCG understand the market appetite for providing the services in question, understand any questions or concerns providers may have, and seek ideas on how the services could be commissioned / provided in innovative ways. The scope of the new service will include an easily accessible range of healthcare services including whole patient pathways from a range of all non-complex, non-urgent conditions. To register for the event please register on our portal (see details of the link to the portal in the attachments section below)

111 and Out of Hours Provision for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group | Published January 20, 2015
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85141200, 85141000, 85121100, 85100000, 79512000

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group wish to invite suitably qualified and experienced providers to bid for the provision of an Integrated NHS 111 and Out of Hours Service. The contracting vehicle(s) will be confirmed at ITT stage but the contract length is confirmed to be for three years with two extensions of 12 months each, at the commissioners discretion. There is a single lot in this tender. The lot consists of two service elements. Element 1: NHS 111 The NHS 111 Service is based on National NHS 111 Commissioning Standards so that a consistent core identity and quality of service is maintained across the country. The service is commissioned locally by the NHS in a way that is most appropriate for any given area. The principal aims of the NHS 111 service are to:  Provide safe, high quality 111 services;  Get people to the right service first time, including self-care where appropriate;  Improve access to urgent care services;  Improve the public experience accessing urgent healthcare. Element 2: Primary Care Out of Hours Services The Primary Care Out of Hours service will be based around the National Quality Requirements for Out of Hours services. The aims of the Service are to provide a clinically safe and competent Primary Care Out of Hours Service for the population of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough CCG. The commissioned service will provide access to unplanned urgent care, working in partnership with the wider urgent care system across primary, community, secondary health and social care. The successful Provider will ensure that the service elements integrate with other providers to achieve an improved patient pathway and patient experience, high quality medical services and a reduction in unnecessary or inappropriate Ambulance despatches and Emergency Department attendances. Provision of a comprehensive Primary Care Out of Hours service will include telephone triage, face to face consultations at bases and patients’ homes delivered by GPs and/or other healthcare professionals. General information The Commissioners are seeking clinically sound, innovative and value for money solutions for the delivery of any resulting contract. The Commissioners will expect that the providers work closely with the CCG and their constituent Local Commissioning Groups and the applicable System Resilience Groups and develop services for their local population. Full details on the required services and supporting information will be outlined in the Invitation to Tender documentation pack. Registering your organisation The procurement will be undertaken using an online procurement portal. A Memorandum of Information, Pre Qualification Questionnaire and further details can be obtained from the portal. In order to express an interest in the procurement, please register your organisation on our e-Tendering Portal, which can be found at: http://www.curtisfitch-esourcing.com It is free to register and should take no more than ten minutes to complete the registration process.

NHS England - East - Health and Social Care Needs Assessments

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published May 26, 2017  -  Deadline June 9, 2017
cpvs
85000000

NHS England wishes to commission health and social care needs assessments for the healthcare service in some prisons and in the sexual assault referral centres in East of England. Bidders are invited to submit offers for these health needs analysis in accordance with the attached specification. The closing date for submission of bids is 9 June 2017 at 17:00hrs and should be sent to Claire Weston via e-mail : claire.weston2@nhs.net

NHS England - Midlands East - Health Needs Assessments

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published July 3, 2017  -  Deadline July 14, 2017
cpvs
85000000

NHS England wishes to commission health and social care needs assessments for the healthcare service in a range of prisons in the East of England. Bidders are invited to submit offers for these health needs analysis in accordance with the attached specification. The closing date for submission of bids is 14 July 2017 at 17:00hrs and should be sent to Joanna Langley e-mail : Joanna.Langley@nhs.net

Private and Overseas Patient Income Recovery Services

EAST OF ENGLAND NHS COLLABORATIVE PROCUREMENT HUB | Published June 20, 2017  -  Deadline July 25, 2017
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79212000

Lot 1 This Lot is around carrying out forensic audit services covering the billing and recovery of income for services provided by the NHS to private and overseas patients to include the provision of additional support services to serve as an enhancement of current local service provision. Lot 2 The main requirement of this lot is around Outsourcing to providers that can provide an entire end to end solution/service covering the effective and efficient management of the collection of income from Overseas and Private patients that have benefited from healthcare services provided by the NHS.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service.

NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
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34114122, 60130000, 85140000

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG invites suitably qualified and experienced providers of Non Emergency Patient Transport Services to tender for the provision of this service to the population of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Details of the tender, including all relevant documentation is available via the CCGs online procurement portal, details for which are provided in the Contact Details section of this advert (internet addresses).

This procurement exercise will take place under an open, fair and transparent procurement process. The process is designed to allow all potential providers or consortia, the opportunity to demonstrate approaches by which they would deliver safe, reliable and cost-effective patient transport services to eligible patients in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area. The eligibility of patients for this service is determined by the Department of Health and local Eligibility Criteria.

The key strategic objectives of the procurement and subsequent service to be delivered are to:

— Satisfy CCG's responsibility for the provision of suitable transport for eligible patients.

— Ensure patients equity of access to healthcare.

— Deliver measureable improvements in patient experience.

— Obtain best value for money.

Non Emergency Patient Transport Services comprises the movement of patients whose condition is not considered an ‘emergency’ between patients' homes, hospitals, community settings or other treatment centres, for people referred for consultations, treatments or procedures. This can and should encompass a wide range of vehicle types and levels of care consistent with the patients' medical need(s).

This contract will commence on 1.9.2016 and will be let for five years. The contract is anticipated to be valued at approx GBP 6 000 000 per annum.

Prior Information Notice (PIN) for the Provision of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) in East of England

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published July 12, 2017  -  Deadline August 14, 2017
cpvs
85000000

Prior Information Notice (PIN) for the Provision of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) in East of England Duration of the contract: 2 years Value of the contract: Based on the current contract it is anticipated that the value of the contract will be as below#: Circa £743K per annum in total across three lots Description of the procurement opportunity: Arden and Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (AG CSU), acting on behalf of the NHS England (Health and Justice, East Area Team) (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 Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) related services to service users located at below prisons. • HMP The Mount • HMP Highpoint • HMP Chelmsford NHS England (Health and Justice, East Area Team) will be the contracting and commissioning authority for IAPT. The service provision will cater all adult prisoners and fulfil their regular psychological healthcare needs. The successful providers are expected to be fully operational, providing services from 01 January 2018 or later by agreement. 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 providers will be required to deliver an outcome based high quality integrated healthcare service to include provision of below listed services and coordination amongst them: 1 Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) 2 Interpersonal therapy (IPT) 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: # Deliver a high quality care which is flexible and meets the varying patient needs at all of the above listed prisons. # Find a provider who is able to work effectively and in partnership with the prison service within a secure setting. # Establish contracts for services that have been market tested to represent best clinical quality. In order to achieve above aims and objectives the successful bidders should pay attention to following facets: # Quality # Integration and coordination amongst various services to be provided under IAPT # Sustainability # Continuous Improvement # Value # Patient experience It is expected that the procurement opportunity will be advertised around 14 August 17. For further information please see the documents attached with this notice.