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