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Integrated Healthcare Provision across Greater Manchester

Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester | Published March 30, 2016
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85100000, 66162000, 75122000, 75241100, 85000000, 85140000

Integrated Healthcare Provision across Greater Manchester.

Greater Manchester Integrated Police Custody Healthcare and wider Liaison and Diversion Service

 | Published May 24, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
cpvs
66162000

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester and NHS England (The Commissioner) are jointly commissioning a healthcare service that covers both Police Custody and the wider Liaison and Diversion Service. The Commissioner is seeking a Prime Provider Model to work with them for a 3 year period estimated budget of £15-16M to deliver this exciting new initiative. Depending on funding there may be an extension to this contract for up to 2 years, estimated budget of £10-£10.5M

Fully managed service for waste management services.

University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 31, 2015
Winner
SRCL Limited
cpvs
90500000, 90513000, 90524000, 90510000, 90524400, 90520000, 90524200, 90524100

The University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust is looking for successful suppliers to provide a fully managed service for waste management to include but not be limited to the following: removal of domestic, general and hazardous healthcare and (non-healthcare) waste, including clinical waste. The collection, removal, recycling and disposal of all waste materials including the disposal of all confidential materials, the disposal of special or hazardous wastes including clinical waste the contractor shall also be responsible for recycling of waste streams where applicable. The indicative contract period shall be for a period of four (4) years with an option for a plus 1 year extension period.

Health Education England — Integrated Clinical Academic Programme Internship Scheme (North)

Health Education England (North) | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
cpvs
80000000

Health Education England working across the North wishes to engage an education provider to deliver an internship programme of research training to non-medical healthcare professionals, including nurses, midwifes and allied health professionals (AHPs)

As well as an educational component, the programme must provide learners with the experience of delivering research, and will be completed alongside the healthcare professional's current clinical role.

The main focus of these internships is on registered health professionals who do not already hold a research qualification and they are designed to provide an introduction to all aspects and roles across clinical academic research from trial design, data management through to undertaking research in a clinical environment.

The education provider will supply education and training including the management of the whole process from recruitment through to completion of programme.

Health Education England — Integrated Clinical Academic Programme Internship Scheme (North)

Health Education England (North) | Published October 21, 2016
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80000000

Health Education England working across the North wishes to engage an education provider to deliver an internship programme of research training to non-medical healthcare professionals, including nurses, midwifes and allied health professionals (AHPs)

As well as an educational component, the programme must provide learners with the experience of delivering research, and will be completed alongside the healthcare professional's current clinical role.

The main focus of these internships is on registered health professionals who do not already hold a research qualification and they are designed to provide an introduction to all aspects and roles across clinical academic research from trial design, data management through to undertaking research in a clinical environment.

The education provider will supply education and training including the management of the whole process from recruitment through to completion of programme.

Surgical Instrumentation

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published July 9, 2016
Winner
Synergy Health
cpvs
33169000

Framework to provide access to a full range of Surgical Instrumentation used by

the NHS across all healthcare settings. There are 7 Lots including Single Use

Instruments, Re-Usable Instruments, Surgical Instrument standard and bespoke

sets, Theatre specific Surgical Instrumentation, Re-usable containers and

baskets, Repair and Replacement service and Managed Services.

Medical imaging services

The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust | Published August 25, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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The contract will support the Trust's priority to maintain its reporting turnaround times to internal and external service users. The provision of excellent healthcare to our patients is of paramount importance. The Trust is committed to maintaining and improving services in the future. The Trust has identified that it requires external support for up to 5 000 X-ray (plain film) examinations per month; plus ad hoc reporting of MRI, CT and NM. There is not a guaranteed minimum activity level.

Orthotics Products and Services

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published December 21, 2016
Winner
Trulife
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18832000, 33141740, 85111600, 33711630, 33184000, 33183200

Framework to provide access to a full range of Orthotic and Prosthetic Products and Services used by the NHS across all healthcare settings. There are 9 Lots covering: Adult Stock Products (upper and lower body); Adult Modular and Bespoke Products (upper and lower body); Paediatric Stock Products (upper and lower body); Paediatric Modular and Bespoke Products (upper and lower body); Postiche (Wigs); Prosthetics (sub-Lotted); and Managed Services which may be a fully or partially managed service, and will be bespoke according to the requirements of individual Trusts.

Health services

Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester | Published November 9, 2016
Winner
Mitie Care and Custody Health Ltd
cpvs
85100000, 66162000, 75122000, 75241100, 85000000, 85140000

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester and NHS England (The Commissioner) are jointly commissioning a healthcare service that covers both Police Custody and the wider Liaison and Diversion Service. The Commissioner is seeking a Prime Provider Model to work with them for a 3 year period estimated budget of 15 000 000 - 16 000 000 GBP to deliver this exciting new initiative. Depending on funding there may be an extension to this contract for up to 2 years, estimated budget of 10 000 000 - 10 500 000 GBP.

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester and NHS England (The Commissioner) are jointly commissioning a healthcare service that covers both Police Custody and the wider Liaison and Diversion Service. The Commissioner is seeking a Prime Provider Model to work with them for a 3 year period estimated budget of 15 000 000 GBP -16 000 000 GBP to deliver this exciting new initiative. Depending on funding there may be an extension to this contract for up to 2 years, estimated budget of 10 000 000 - 10 500 000 GBP.

Supply of laundry detergents & associated products

Southport & Ormskirk Hospital N H S Trust | Published October 5, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2015
Winner
Christeyns UK Ltd
cpvs
24000000

Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust are looking for a supplier to provide quarterly deliveries of laundry detergents and associated products/ services. The Trust comprises of Southport & Formby District General Hospital and Ormskirk District General Hospital, that are sited approximately eight miles apart. The Trust provides acute healthcare to a population of 258,000 located within West Lancashire and Southport and Formby. The Trust has a bed compliment of 500 inpatient beds and 50 day case beds. The Trust also provides the Regional Spinal Injury Service whose catchments area covers Cumbria, North Wales and the Isle of Man as well as the Cheshire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester area

Staff uniforms and protective clothing.

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published July 18, 2015
Winner
MWUK Alexandra, Behrens Healthcare, Grahame Gardner Ltd, Meltemi Ltd, Murray Uniforms, Arco Ltd, PLS Medical
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18000000, 18100000, 18110000, 18113000, 18221000, 18222000, 18400000, 18410000, 18420000, 33199000, 35113400, 18800000, 18811000, 18830000

Staff uniforms and personal protective clothing will incorporate 3 areas which will make up 3 lots: staff uniforms, footwear and personal protective equipment. Lot 1 — Staff uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms and corporate work wear including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items. Lot 2 — Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate shoes as well as patient footwear including any associated footwear accessories. Lot 3 — Personal protective clothing lot is intended to provide personal protective clothing and equipment to staff members for the avoidance of health and safety risks in the workplace.

Understanding regulatory approaches to telemedicine

General Medical Council (GMC) | Published June 16, 2017  -  Deadline July 17, 2017
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73210000

This research aims to understand how UK healthcare regulators (e.g. the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)) and regulators in overseas countries (i.e. Canada, the United States of America, Australia, New Zealand or European member states) regulate doctors, other healthcare providers (e.g. pharmacists) and healthcare services, where the services are provided remotely. That is, when the individual providing the service is in a different physical location to the patient receiving the service.

Medical imaging services

The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust | Published January 31, 2017
Winner
P & H Care Ltd (trading name Atlas Diagnostics)
cpvs
85150000

The purpose of this tender exercise was to select a service provider whose delivery of a Radiology Reporting Service would represent value for money, high quality service; combined with the ability to identify and implement service efficiencies across the Trust.

The contract will support the Trust's priority to maintain its reporting turnaround times to internal and external service users. The provision of excellent healthcare to our patients is of paramount importance. The Trust is committed to maintaining and improving services in the future. The Trust has identified that it requires external support for up to 5 000 X-ray (plain film) examinations per month; plus ad hoc reporting of MRI, CT and NM. There is not a guaranteed minimum activity level.

Retrospective Assessments Tender

STAFFORDSHIRE AND LANCASHIRE COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published September 17, 2015  -  Deadline October 7, 2015
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85140000

In March 2012, the Department of Health announced the deadlines for the period of time individuals could claim a review of retrospective eligibility for NHS Continuing Healthcare. This resulted in an unprecedented volume of cases logged with NHS organisations. Recently NHS England has released guidance to Clinical Commissioning Groups for the completion of the legacy retrospective review cases by March 2017. Across the Authority’s footprint, this target date has been implemented differently and to ensure that the demand is met, the Authority requires a Provider to support in delivering the retrospective review service. The CSU intends to identify through this tender, provider(s) who can complete assessments for all retrospective PUPOC review cases as per the specification for each Lot. This procurement is split into two lots as detailed below: Lot 1: Staffordshire Strategic Area : Needs Portrayal and Decision Support Tool (DST) Lot 2: Wide Strategic Area : Needs Portrayal

Community Anticoagulation Service.

NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) | Published July 21, 2015
Winner
Boots UK Limited
cpvs
85000000, 85100000, 85323000

The contract is for a community based anti-coagulation monitoring service in Croydon on behalf of Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group. Croydon CCG has awarded a contract to secure for the population of Croydon a high quality oral anti-coagulation management service which is user friendly, locally accessible, cost effective and primarily delivered in the community or primary care. This service will comply with the standards set out by the British Committee for Standards in Haematology, the National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA), the National Enhanced Service for anti-coagulation monitoring and the Healthcare Commission (now Care Quality Commission). In addition the service will ensure patients are seen in a timely manner within the Borough of Croydon who require: — Initiation of Warfarin Therapy, — On-going monitoring of INR for the purposes of ensuring Warfarin dose remains therapeutic.

Framework Agreement for the Supply of Modular Buildings

NHS Shared Business Services Ltd (NHS SBS) | Published May 3, 2017
Winner
PKL Group (UK) Limited
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44211000, 44211110, 44211200, 44211300, 44211400

Framework for the provision of Modular/Offsite construction including:

Bespoke Modular Buildings (hire, lease and purchase)

Modular Healthcare Units (hire, lease and purchase)

Modular Educational Units (hire, lease and purchase)

Modular Catering and Kitchen Units (hire, lease, purchase and managed service)

This Framework aims to compliment the speed of Modular/Offsite Construction by providing an equally quick, easy and compliant procurement route. All Framework suppliers will perform work as the principal contractor and are able to offer a full range of turnkey solutions including but not limited to feasibility studies, planning applications, full architectural design, enabling works, site works, landscaping and soft landings.

The Cochrane Library and Wiley Online Library

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CARE EXCELLENCE | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2013
Winner
Wiley
cpvs
73000000

The Cochrane Collaboration (www.cochrane.org) is an international, non-profit organisation that prepares, publishes and disseminates up-to-date systematic reviews (Cochrane Reviews) on the effects of healthcare interventions in order to help people make well-informed decisions. Currently more than 28,000 people (researchers, healthcare professionals of all disciplines, policy makers and members of the public) based in more than 100 countries participate in this non-profit, global initiative, including over 10,000 contributors in the United Kingdom. The Cochrane Library is a collection of six databases, including The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, containing high-quality evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, and a seventh database that provides information about the different entities within the Cochrane Collaboration. The databases within The Cochrane Library provide information and evidence to support decisions taken in health care and inform those receiving care. For example, The Cochrane Library can be searched for a particular topic or disease and will return results containing information on clinical trials, Cochrane Reviews, non-Cochrane systematic reviews, methods studies, technology assessments and economic evaluations related to that topic or disease. In addition the search results will contain all Cochrane entities with an interest in that area, thereby providing a wealth of resources and access to collaborators, mentors, referees and experts.

Medical imaging services

The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
cpvs
85150000

The purpose of this tender exercise is to select a service provider whose delivery of a Diagnostic Ultrasound Service will represent value for money, high quality service; combined with the ability to identify and implement service efficiencies across the Trust.

The Radiology Department provides a 24 hour imaging service for the Trust. The contract will support the Trust's priority to maintain its imaging and reporting turnaround times to internal and external service users. The provision of excellent healthcare to our patients is of paramount importance. The Trust is committed to maintaining and improving services in the future.

The Trust has identified that it requires external support of between 100 to 250 hours of scanning per month, 2200 hours per annum. This equates to approximately 6 500 ultrasound examinations per annum. There is not a guaranteed minimum activity level.

The Trust is also piloting the SaBINE (Saving Babies in North of England) initiative which is a comprehensive ultrasound surveillance protocol for fetal growth in pregnancies at increased risk. This project may or may not form part of our on-going requirements for diagnostic ultrasound. Therefore, on this basis examination requirements have not been included in the above figures.

NICE Electronic and Print Framework

 | Published July 15, 2016  -  Deadline August 1, 2016
cpvs
80000000

NICE is seeking to establish a Framework Agreement on behalf of the NHS and Health Education England (HEE), which: — identifies the Providers of medical and healthcare published Content Resources and related services that will meet the needs of eligible Purchasing Authorities and Beneficiaries throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland; — provides a range of Content Resources with no barriers to the type and breadth of Content Resources that could be supplied through the Framework; — contains a wide breath of Provider type i.e. direct publishers, agents and other intermediaries e.g. booksellers. The Framework Agreement will list the Providers from whom the NHS and its partners can purchase with confidence and without the need for full competitive tendering. Appointed Providers to the Framework will: — meet specified content, technical and service requirements; — use pricing models appropriate for the NHS; — adhere to the Terms & Conditions required by the NHS; — add value for Purchasing Authorities. Please note an Expression of Interest (EOI) is required. This is to ensure all interested parties receive all responses to clarification questions. Please see the Instructions to Tender for details.

NICE Electronic and Print Framework

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CARE EXCELLENCE | Published April 26, 2016  -  Deadline May 25, 2016
cpvs
85000000

Please note the addition of an Expression of Interest stage (EOI). This is to ensure all interested parties receive all responses to clarification questions. Please see the revised Instructions to Tender for details. NICE is seeking to establish a Framework Agreement on behalf of the NHS and Health Education England (HEE), which: — identifies the Providers of medical and healthcare published Content Resources and related services that will meet the needs of eligible Purchasing Authorities and Beneficiaries throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland; — provides a range of Content Resources with no barriers to the type and breadth of Content Resources that could be supplied through the Framework; — contains a wide breath of Provider type i.e. direct publishers, agents and other intermediaries e.g. booksellers. The Framework Agreement will list the Providers from whom the NHS and its partners can purchase with confidence and without the need for full competitive tendering. Appointed Providers to the Framework will: — meet specified content, technical and service requirements; — use pricing models appropriate for the NHS; — adhere to the Terms & Conditions required by the NHS; — add value for Purchasing Authorities.