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London Custody Healthcare Contract for British Transport Police

British Transport Police | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
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85100000

To procure a new contract for Healthcare in British Transport Police (BTP) London Custody Suites that will replace the current arrangement ensuring that core policing business and BTP's strategic aims are delivered and its legal obligations are met.

Continuing Healthcare - Backlog of Reviews RFQ on behalf of NHS Ealing CCG

NHS Shared Business Services | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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NHS Ealing CCG is INVITING PROPOSALS with QUOTATIONS for the provision of time limited, expert resource to undertake a review of existing Continuing Healthcare Care packages of care and placements and Funded Nursing Care placements. Interested providers will have a specialist understanding of the national framework for continuing healthcare. Interested providers must be able to mobilise quickly, ideally from within 1 week of agreeing the contract and complete the reviews within the contract term. NHS Ealing CCG is looking for an external provider to work with the existing team to undertake a systematic review of patients (receiving both CHC and FNC) whose review is overdue by more than three months. The Provider of this service will: •	Ensure that all patients who are receiving FNC have been reviewed within the past 12 months •	Ensure that all patients who are receiving CHC funded care have been reviewed within the past 12 months (or after 3 months when a new placement or package of care) •	When undertaking a CHC review ensure that their level of care is appropriate to their assessed level of need •	Using CareTrack, update patient records and ensure that future actions are identified, recorded and appropriately communicated. •	Where an FNC review indicates that a person may be eligible for full CHC to undertake a DST through a multi-disciplinary team approach. •	Liaise with family and other professionals around the timing of the reviews The duration will be 3 months, with one optional extension of a further 1 month at the CCG's discretion and dependent upon success and resources. It is intended that the new service will commence from April 2017 or as soon as possible. The total value of the initial 3 month contract is up to a maximum £100,000 contract with the possible 1 month extension included. The extension will permit the contract to continue to allow the provider to complete the activity if there were any delays and no further funding will be issued.

Health services

British Transport Police | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
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85100000

To procure a new contract for Healthcare in British Transport Police (BTP) London Custody Suites that will replace the current arrangement ensuring that core policing business and BTP's strategic aims are delivered and its legal obligations are met.

Procurement of a new contract for Healthcare in British Transport Police (BTP) London Custody Suites that will replace the current arrangement ensuring that core policing business and BTP's strategic aims are delivered and its legal obligations are met. Chief Police Officers have a statutory responsibility to ensure that detainees have access to appropriate professional healthcare whilst in police detention. Healthcare provision in custody suites is mandated by the Safer Detention and Handling of Persons in Police detention guidance, 2012 and is required by the provisions in The Police and Criminal Evidence Act, 1984 (PACE). The custody function and BTP duty of care to detainees is within the scope of the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974 and The Corporate Manslaughter and Homicide Act, 2007.

Invitation to Market Engagement event for Community Health Services in Newham

 | Published March 27, 2016  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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85100000

Dear healthcare provider,
Newham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is planning to transform the way that community health services in Newham are delivered.
Community Health Services (CHS) in the borough will be taken through a re-procurement process. As part of this, we are looking to develop a new model of care for our local health care services that is best suited to the future needs of local people.
As a provider of community services, we would like to invite you to our market engagement event on 11 April in Stratford, London.
We are keen to engage with providers who can work in a partnership approach and support the delivery of outcomes based community health services that can transform the lives of Newham residents. We are seeking providers who have an ambition to transform services and can bring added value to the borough’s health and social care economy.
The market engagement event will present further details of the proposed clinical model, the case for change, procurement timeline, and contracting model for an outcomes based contract.  We also want to hear from providers about their views on our approach and issues that we may need to take into consideration for both the procurement process and delivery of services. This will be in the form of a workshop after a presentation on the vision and model of care.
The invite is open to any providers who have an interest in community health services and/or are currently in community health services related business. As a provider of care, this represents a unique and early opportunity to share innovation and practices centred around the patient to deliver the outcomes that matter most to patients. The event also provides an opportunity for providers to meet one another and network.
Please note that this is a market testing exercise to inform the organisations’ decision making process, not a call for competition. This does not commit the CCG to carry out a procurement process. Bidders who have expressed an interest in this market testing exercise will have to submit a separate response to the Contract Notice should we decide to procure this service and publish a Contract Notice (advert) for this requirement.
We are proposing a 3 year contract with 2 year extension commencing in early 2018. All dates stated are variable. The contract value range will be clarified following detailed scoping but is anticipated to be in the range of £100 - £200m over a three year period.
To confirm your participation in the market event on 11 April from 10:00am-12:30pm in Stratford, London, please reply to this email or telephone 0203 688 1543. Places are limited to two people per organisation.

Community Ultrasound Services - Mid Essex CCG

Attain Health Management Services | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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85000000

The primary purpose of Mid Essex CCG is improving the health and well-being of the population of Mid Essex by commissioning the appropriate healthcare for the people it serves. The CCG needs to ensure that these services meet the needs of the community and are sustainably provided in a clinically safe environment. These may be from a variety of providers in the community, as well as local acute and specialist trusts. The delivery of direct access diagnostic ultrasound services in the community both overcomes any limitations in acute trusts capacity and improves access to ultrasound services for patients by moving to locations closer to home. The need to develop community based diagnostic services is supported by the Royal College of Radiologists and Royal College of General Practitioners as part of a service strategy to improve access to tests and ensure that these tests are delivered in the right stage of the patient care pathway. This agreement describes an Ultrasound scanning service provided on a cost per case basis for the registered population of Mid Essex.

WP3126A - Application for the Provision of Residential & Nursing Services (Complex Care)

Walsall Council e-Tendering | Published September 16, 2015  -  Deadline November 5, 2019
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85311000

This is an ongoing Application process to provide Walsall Council with Residential & Nursing Care Services for people with Complex Needs.
This includes:
Complex Care Admissions
•	Learning Disability - Nursing
•	Learning Disability - Residential
•	Physical and Sensory Disabilities - Nursing
•	Mental Health - (Functional Illness) Complex
•	Mental Health - (Functional Illness) Nursing
•	Mental Health - (Functional Illness) Residential
•	Mental Health - (Functional Illness) Rehabilitation
•	Mental Health - Dementia Complex
Continuing Healthcare
•	Complex Physical Needs - Continuing Health Care
All organisations that provide Nursing and Residential Care services for people with Complex Needs are required to complete the documents specified and submit their CQC Registration Certificate(s).
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