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Administrative healthcare services

Financial Conduct Authority | Published April 30, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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75122000, 79414000

Provision of i) Healthcare Services, with the Option for EAP; and ii) Outplacement Services.

Specialist Healthcare E-mail Campaigns.

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency | Published November 5, 2015
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79340000

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Agency is looking for a supplier to format and publish monthly e-mail newsletters to Healthcare Professionals generally to medicine prescribers and suppliers. The successful supplier will be already have and will be responsible for the creation and maintenance of distribution lists.

Specialist Healthcare E Mail Campaigns

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency | Published March 23, 2016
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Wilmington Healthcare Ltd2530185
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72412000, 72412000, 64216120, 79570000

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency is looking for a supplier to provide email addresses for healthcare professionals and associated assistance with its specialist Healthcare email campaigns. The main focus of the agencies email campaigns is the publication of the monthly Drug Safety Update newsletter through its Advertising Standards and Outreach Unit, part of the agency's Vigilance and Risk Management of Medicines Division.

The monthly email newsletter is sent to medicine prescribers and suppliers across the UK, currently numbering approximately 170 000 addressees.

Besides this core requirement the agency may have requirements for other specialised email campaigns over the course of the contract.

Specialist Healthcare E Mail Campaigns.

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency | Published November 12, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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72412000, 64216120, 79570000

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency is looking for a supplier to provide email addresses for healthcare professionals and associated assistance with its specialist Healthcare email campaigns. The main focus of the agency's email campaigns is the publication of the monthly Drug Safety Update newsletter through its Advertising Standards and Outreach Unit, part of the agency's Vigilance and Risk Management of Medicines Division. The monthly email newsletter is sent to medicine prescribers and suppliers across the UK, currently numbering approximately 170 000 addressees. Besides this core requirement the agency may have requirements for other specialised email campaigns over the course of the contract.

Great Healthcare Campaign for Hospital EXPO

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published November 17, 2014
Winner
Pt OKTA SEJAHTRA INSANI, HOSPITAL.EXPO , Jakarta
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85000000

Great Healthcare Campaign for Hospital EXPO

Healthcare Intermediary Services.

Transport for London | Published March 7, 2017
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Towers Watson Ltd
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75122000

Transport for London ‘the Contracting Authority’ has entered into a contract with an organisation for the provision of Healthcare Intermediary Services. This includes providing advice on Private Medical Benefit provision strategy, support to the renewal of the Administration Service Provider, set up of the Administration Service Provider, general advice, guidance and maintenance of the scheme and claims reporting.

Healthcare Intermediary Services

Transport for London (Commercial Services) | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
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66000000, 66512220, 75122000

Transport for London ‘the Contracting Authority’ is seeking an organisation to enter into a contract for the provision of Healthcare Intermediary Services. This would include providing advice on Private Medical Benefit provision strategy, support to the renewal of the Administration Service Provider, set up of the Administration Service Provider, general advice, guidance and maintenance of the scheme and claims reporting.

Administrative healthcare services

NHS Lewisham Clinical Commissioning Group | Published November 2, 2017
Winner
Brymore House
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75122000

The Discharge to Assess and Continuing Healthcare (CHC) pathways with a view to discharging a cohort of patients with higher complexity and needs than previously would have been expected to have been discharged at that point in their pathway.

Brymore House,Baring Road London, SE12 0BE United Kingdom.

Specialist Healthcare E Mail Campaigns MHRA

MEDICINES and HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS REGULATORY AGENCY | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 7, 2015
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79340000

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency is looking for a supplier to provide email addresses for healthcare professionals and associated assistance with its specialist Healthcare email campaigns. The main focus of the agency's email campaigns is the publication of the momthly "Drug Safety Update" newsletter through its Advertising Standards and Outreach Unit, part of the agency's Vigilance and Risk Management of Medicines Division. The monthly email newsletter is sent to medicine prescribers and suppliers across the UK, currently numbering approximately 170,000 addressees. Besides this core requirement the agency may have requirements for other specialised email campaigns over the course of the contract.

Access to NHS standards of healthcare for HMG staff and family members serving overseas

Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Published November 17, 2014
Winner
Healix International Ltd , UK
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66000000, 85100000

Access to NHS standards of healthcare for HMG staff and family members serving overseas

Phase 4 pan-London continuing healthcare in care homes with nursing AQP

London Purchased Health Care Team | Published November 10, 2014  -  Deadline December 19, 2014
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85144100

London Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) commissioners seek applications for the provision of continuing healthcare services in care homes with nursing. The Any Qualified Provider (AQP) process covers service users eligible for continuing healthcare mental health adult (including dementia) and continuing healthcare physical disabilities adult (including frail elderly) including end of life care. Service users must be over 18 years old. The AQP process does not include care: • jointly funded by health & social care (NHS and local authority); • solely funded by social care (local authority); • delivered in service user’s own home through domiciliary care agencies; or nursing agencies.

Healthcare Improvement Services.

NHS Trust Development Authority | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline April 27, 2015
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80561000, 80510000, 80511000, 80521000, 80532000

The Department of Health are running this procurement process on behalf of NHS Trust Development Authority (TDA). The TDA is seeking a long term partner to develop and implement a large scale change programme within a number of target NHS Trusts. The programme will implement the principles of Toyota Production System as developed since its' inception, in the NHS healthcare environment. With patient safety paramount the need to provide any change programme within a clinically safe and effective environment is essential. The programme is expected to not only reduce waste and flow variability but to also improve quality as errors and un-necessary and variance tasks are removed and time/recourses are made available to provide safer, better services. The programme will: — Develop and embed lean techniques and processes into the TDA team and selected NHS Trusts; — Include site leader, team leaders and participant training process; — Incorporate mentoring and coaching of leaders; — Be certificated to ensure participants meet the appropriate standard to lead and implement lean programmes to a consistent standard and depth of knowledge; and, — Build capability for further roll-out across the NHS. It is envisaged the NHS Trusts will be selected via a two stage application process to participate in the programme. The TDA will commence long listing of participants during the tender process, with a view to validation and shortlisting once the contract is awarded.

Continuing Healthcare Service for Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Groups, Market Engagement

 | Published June 14, 2016
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85000000

NHS Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS North Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group seek to jointly commission a Continuing Healthcare Service. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have a statutory duty to meet the requirements of the Health and Social Care Act (2012) including the provision of NHS Continuing Healthcare and NHS Funded Nursing Care. This is undertaken by assessing, reviewing and case managing patients who are their responsibility where they have been identified as likely to be eligible for NHS Continuing Healthcare, or a joint funded package of care or are placed in a nursing home and are eligible for receipt of Funded Nursing Care. The CCGs within Derbyshire are working on a ’Derbyshire wide footprint’ for the commissioning of a Continuing Healthcare Service, however each individual CCG remains statutorily accountable for the provision of all elements of NHS Continuing Healthcare for its registered population. The CCGs have taken the opportunity to review the current service specification and model with a view to making service improvements and recognise how important it is that stakeholders are informed and engaged in respect of this service. The aim is to create a seamless health and social care service, which is patient focused, promotes independence, is delivered as close to home as possible, and to achieve a focus upon ‘place-based systems of care’ working in collaboration and partnership across organisations. Derbyshire CCGs are therefore seeking to engage with suitably qualified service providers on the development of this service. The CCGs have made available the draft service specification. There is an opportunity for service providers to articulate how they believe they can add value, support the development of the specification and outcomes to the current service, and to what extent can enable more effective integration with other parts of the system. To support the engagement process Derbyshire CCGs plan to hold a ‘Market Engagement Event’ in the morning of Monday 4th July 2016 at: Babington Hospital, Derby Road, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 1WH. Please note places will be restricted to 2 persons per provider. The purpose of the event will be to discuss at a high level the CCGs strategy and to use the knowledge of the market to help inform elements of the service specification. The procurement process and timetable will also be shared.

NHS England South (South East) Surrey Police Custodial Healthcare

NHS Commercial Solutions | Published September 8, 2015  -  Deadline October 20, 2015
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Potential Bidders with the capacity and capability to deliver safe, cost effective custodial healthcare service(s) in Surrey and Sussex Police Force areas are invited to bid to provide the Service This is a new commissioning activity for NHS England (South), who wish to co-commission a new embedded model of service delivery that best meets the needs of the populations across Surrey. The Provider must meet the healthcare needs of people in Police Custody and carry out healthcare and forensic examinations on suspects, police personnel subject to assaults or complaints, hospital drink drive cases and sudden death. Each custody suite contains a dedicated medical room for the provider to undertake these duties. There are also occasional requirements to travel outside of the custody (i.e. to an A&E to recover blood samples). The services were traditionally carried out by a doctor but further to recent changes in legislation, can now also be carried out by any healthcare professional including nurses, paramedics and emergency care practitioners. The development of onward referral pathways to relevant services such as A&E, substance misuse, and mental health services form part of the service specification. The likely budget for this service is £1.3m - £1.4m per annum. IMPORTANT The tender will be conducted via the NHS Commercial Solutions Bravo e tendering system. Full documentation including The ITT, Memorandum of Information and detailed Specification are available as attachments to this Contracts Finder notice. However to register interest and take part in the procurement each provider must register and respond via the NHS CS Bravo e-tendering portal. BRAVO is the only route through which NHS Commercial Solutions will accept the bids and conduct communications with Potential Bidders. The documentation will be available from 8/9/15 and must be completed and submitted by the closing date of 14:00 hours on 20/10/15. Those wishing to submit a tender for the contract must do so in accordance with the instructions set out in the Memorandum of Information.

Prison Healthcare Services in Greenwich Prisons for NHS England (London) — HMP/YOI Belmarsh, HMP Tha

NHS England | Published March 7, 2015
Winner
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
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85000000

The Contract is for the provision of healthcare services for 3 Prisons in the Greenwich area of London. The procurement was split into 2 Lots. The Lots were as follows: Lot 1 includes HMP/YOI Belmarsh and HMP Thameside. Lot 2 includes HMP/YOI Isis. The healthcare services for each site will include but not be limited to: 1. Primary Care GP and Nursing services. 2. Healthcare Administration. 3. Mental Heath Services. 4. Sexual Health Services. 5. Clinical Substance Misuse Services. 6. Allied Healthcare Services e.g. Chiropody/Podiatry, Physiotherapy etc. 7. Optometry services. 8. Pharmaceutical Services. 9. Dental Services. 10. Clinical Waste management. 11. Escorts and Bedwatches management. 12. Radiology Services (including radiographers, radiation protection advisor/s — where X-Rays are in place). 13. Health Promotion. 14. Continuity of Care. The contract will have an initial period of 5 years (60 months) which will be followed by 2 optional 12 month extension periods. Therefore if both of the optional extensions are taken up, the maximum contract period will be 7 years (84 months).

Prison Healthcare Services in Greenwich Prisons for NHS England (London) — HMP/YOI Belmarsh, HMP Thameside and HMP/YOI Isis.

NHS England | Published March 7, 2015
Winner
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
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85000000

The Contract is for the provision of healthcare services for 3 Prisons in the Greenwich area of London. The procurement was split into 2 Lots. The Lots were as follows: Lot 1 includes HMP/YOI Belmarsh and HMP Thameside. Lot 2 includes HMP/YOI Isis. The healthcare services for each site will include but not be limited to: 1. Primary Care GP and Nursing services. 2. Healthcare Administration. 3. Mental Heath Services. 4. Sexual Health Services. 5. Clinical Substance Misuse Services. 6. Allied Healthcare Services e.g. Chiropody/Podiatry, Physiotherapy etc. 7. Optometry services. 8. Pharmaceutical Services. 9. Dental Services. 10. Clinical Waste management. 11. Escorts and Bedwatches management. 12. Radiology Services (including radiographers, radiation protection advisor/s — where X-Rays are in place). 13. Health Promotion. 14. Continuity of Care. The contract will have an initial period of 5 years (60 months) which will be followed by 2 optional 12 month extension periods. Therefore if both of the optional extensions are taken up, the maximum contract period will be 7 years (84 months).

RTL025P Prison Healthcare Services — HMP/YOI Holloway and HMP Wormwood Scrubs.

NHS England | Published February 18, 2016
Winner
Care UK Clinical Services Limited
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85100000, 85121100, 85141200, 85149000, 85130000

Following a procurement process NHS England London Region (the Contracting Authority) has awarded a contract for the provision of Healthcare services for HMP/YOI Wormwood Scrubs. The procurement was split into 2 Lots. The Lots were as follows: Lot 1 included HMP/YOI Holloway; Lot 2 included HMP Wormwood Scrubs. No contract was awarded for Lot 1 HMP/YOI Holloway following the announcement by the Home Office in December 2015 that Holloway Prison is to be closed in 2016. The contract awarded for Lot 2 HMP/YOI Wormwood Scrubs includes (but is not limited to) the following services — 1. Primary Care GP and Nursing services; 2. Healthcare Administration; 3. Mental Heath Services; 4. Sexual Health Services; 5. Clinical Substance Misuse Services; 6. Psycho-social interventions service for substance misusers; 7. Allied Healthcare Services, e.g. Chiropody/Podiatry, Physiotherapy, etc. 8. Optometry services; 9. Pharmaceutical Services; 10. Dental Services; 11. Clinical Waste management; 12. Escorts and Bed-watches management; 13. Radiology Services (including radiographers, radiation protection advisor/s — where X-rays are in place); 14. Health Promotion; 15. Continuity of Care. The contract has an initial period of 5 years (60 months) which will be followed by 2 optional 12 month extension periods. Therefore if both of the optional extensions are taken up, the maximum contract period will be 84 months. The Contract Value for Lot 2 is 58 822 025 GBP. The contract value shown is for the full (extended) 7 year contract term (ex. VAT). The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 do not come into force for clinical healthcare service procurements until April 2016 and therefore the Services to which this requirement relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (the Regulations) and Appendix II B to Directive 2004/18/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council. Neither the publication of the advertisement(s), the inclusion of a Bidder selection stage nor the use of the term Pre-Qualification Questionnaire nor any other indication (including any statement in the ITT) shall be taken to mean that the Contracting Authority intends to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations, save those applicable to Part B services. NHS England used the Restricted tender process as a template for this Part B service procurement — see above. A contract notice was published on 10.4.2015.

ESX Retroclaims for continuing healthcare CHC - RFI

NHS Commercial Solutions | Published October 24, 2015
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East Sussex CCGs (the Commissioner) are looking to outsource the processing of 270 retrospective claims for continuing healthcare. The Commissioner is looking for a suitably qualified provider who can deliver to a high quality standard, to an affordable budget and within the required timescale. The Commissioner is considering two options for outsourcing service delivery: - Partial outsourcing - Full outsourcing Details of each approach are described in background and RFI document in the attachments section of this notice. The RFI aims to gather information to inform the commissioning process for that outsourcing. The Commissioner is inviting potential providers to describe their capability and capacity to deliver the service. Based on the outcome of the engagement, the Commissioner will determine the commissioning approach and the appropriate procurement strategy. The Commissioner is supported and advised in this work by NHS South East CSU (SECSU) and its procurement partner NHS Commercial Solutions (NHSCS).

Provision of Healthcare services in British Transport Police and City of London Police Custody Suites

NHS England (London Region) | Published October 17, 2014  -  Deadline November 17, 2014
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85000000

NHS England (London Region), British Transport Police (BTP) and City of London Police (CoLP) have agreed that they will voluntarily collaborate in the commissioning by the BTP and CoLP of custody healthcare in advance of the change in law to make NHS England responsible for the commissioning of police clinical and forensic custody healthcare. The commissioners require the following services to be delivered across both police forces: 1. Primary care healthcare services (medical and nursing) 2. Healthcare administration 3. Medicines management 4. Clinical waste management 5. Health promotion (including intervention and brief advice) 6. Continuity of care 7. Reduction of risk to detainees and persons coming into contact with them This remit, delivered in collaboration offers opportunities for consistency of commissioning and driving improvements in quality through a single outcome based service specification and single performance dashboard. The intention is to continue to meet resource efficiencies whilst maintaining high quality care in these challenging environments. The current healthcare contracts for each of the police custody suite healthcare services will continue until 31st July 2015; the new service is expected to begin on 1st August 2015. Following this procurement process, NHS England intends to award one contract across all sites. One integrated solution is being procured for this service and, therefore, this procurement is not divided into Lots. The contract will have an initial period of five (5) years which will be followed by two optional 12 month extension periods. Therefore if both of the optional extensions are taken up, the maximum contract period will be 84 months. The expected value of the contract is £729,000 (Ex VAT) per annum. Therefore the full (extended) contract will have maximum value of approximately £5,103,000 (Ex VAT). Interested Bidders are required to register on the NHS South of England Procurement Services (SoEPS) Commissioning Support e-tendering portal (link below and instructions attached) to access the PQQ documentation, express an interest and submit a PQQ response before the stated deadline. Additional information can be found in the Memorandum of Information (MOI) document attached to this advert. The PQQ documentation will be available for download on the e-tendering portal (link below) by 16:00 on 21st October 2014. https://in-tendhost.co.uk/soepscommissioning The Services to which this requirement relates fall within Part B of Schedule 3 to the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (the Regulations) and Appendix II B to Council Directive 2004/18/EC. Neither the publication of the advertisement(s), the inclusion of a Bidder selection stage nor the use of the term “Pre-Qualification Questionnaire" nor any other indication (including any statement in the ITT) shall be taken to mean that the Contracting Authority intends to hold itself bound by any of the Regulations, save those applicable to Part B services. NHS England will be using the "Restricted" tender process as a template for this "Part B" service procurement - see above.

Police Custody Suite Healthcare - British Transport Police and City of London Police - NHS England (London Region)

SOUTH OF ENGLAND PROCUREMENT SERVICES | Published April 25, 2015
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Request for Information (RFI) and Feedback on Service Specification for the delivery of Healthcare services in Police Custody Suites in London. NHS England (London Region), British Transport Police (BTP) and City of London Police (CoLP) have agreed that they will voluntarily collaborate in the commissioning by the BTP and CoLP of custody healthcare in advance of the change in law to make NHS England responsible for the commissioning of police clinical and forensic custody healthcare. This RFI follows a tender process initiated in late 2014 for which no resulting Contract was awarded. Prior to undertaking a re-procurement, NHS England is offering service providers and other interested stakeholders the opportunity to provide detailed feedback on the proposed Service Specification and associated details. Such feedback will then be considered in the drafting of the final versions to be published through an upcoming procurement in order to ensure that there is adequate competition for any subsequent tender. NHS England would like to ensure that Bidders are confident that the Service Specification can be delivered, and a high quality service provided to patients, within the financial envelopes available. The commissioners require the following services to be delivered across both police forces: 1. Primary and Forensic Healthcare (nursing and medical) 2. Healthcare administration 3. Medicines management 4. Health promotion (including intervention and brief advice) 5. Continuity of care 6. Reduction of risk to detainees and persons coming into contact with them. This remit, delivered in collaboration, offers opportunities for consistency of commissioning and driving improvements in quality through a single outcome based service specification and single performance dashboard. The intention is to continue to meet resource efficiencies whilst maintaining high quality care in these challenging environments. It is envisaged that the contract will have an initial period of five (5) years which will be followed by two optional 12 month extension periods. Therefore if both of the optional extensions are taken up, the maximum contract period will be 84 months. The expected value of the contract is £913,000 (Ex VAT) per annum. Therefore the full (extended) contract will have maximum value of approximately £6,391,000 (Ex VAT). The full document set is available for download from the NHS Sourcing eTendering portal (link below) and includes the Service Specification, proposed KPIs, commercial information around contract values and a template for respondents to use when submitting their feedback. www.nhssourcing.co.uk Interested parties are asked to download the relevant documentation and provide feedback using the template provided and submit this to NHS England via the portal before 5th May 2015 at 12.00 (noon). The project can be found under the “PQQ” section of the portal.