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Women's Prisons Healthcare Services for Yorkshire and Humber

NHS ENGLAND | Published December 11, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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Market Engagement Event and Site Visits Women’s Prisons Healthcare Services for Yorkshire and Humber NHS England – North (Yorkshire and the Humber) NHS England - North (Yorkshire and the Humber) Health & Justice commissioning team is seeking to procure Healthcare Provision for Women in Prisons across Yorkshire & Humber. The scope of the service provision model comprises the populations of the two female establishments which are currently HMP & YOI New Hall and HMP Askham Grange. The two prisons are structured as a ‘cluster’ with the Contract to be tendered as one Lot. There is potentially a possibility that there will be changes to the female prisons estate in the future, and we would work with the healthcare providers to manage any changes. The new service model tendered is designed to deliver: • A gender-specific focus on delivering healthcare for women in custody; • A renewed and strengthened focus on improving mental health outcomes and tackling substance misuse issues for women in prison that reflects latest national policy and NICE clinical guidance; • An integrated and coherent healthcare delivery model across the cluster comprising the two establishments that is aligned to the local healthcare system and local offender management pathway; • The three key strategic commissioning goals: to reduce health inequalities; to ensure services are integrated; and to reduce health risk factors; • Improved provider capability and capacity, including effective contracting models with robust subcontracting and supply chain arrangements to deliver improved service quality and performance; • Greater value for money from whole system capability and capacity, including efficient operations underpinned by strengthened contract management arrangements; • Cost improvement from testing the market through a competitive tender to secure new provision through contract award and subsequent innovative contracting model (prime contractor model); and crucially, This facilitated event will primarily focus on, but not be limited to: • new national mental health guidance and policies for women in prisons; • reference to relevant NICE clinical guidance; • latest evidence and models of care for Substance Misuse Services in prisons; • an overview of the establishments within the scope of this procurement; • contracting models The meeting is intended to be interactive where potential bidders and commissioners are encouraged to fully engage with each other for most benefit. The format of the event will be to organise the room with a layout of a number of tables with each table focusing on a relevant topic: • Mental health, including women’s gender-specific health • Primary medical care • Dental care • Screening in prisons • NOMS and prisons, including establishments and regimes • Substance misuse, including NPS • Social Care • Quality and performance requirements • Health Needs Assessment • Contracting model, including sub-contracting • IM&T support arrangements The event will provide an opportunity for potential bidders to have discussions with project leads from: - NHS England Commissioners – Health & Justice team - NECS Procurement team - National Offender Management Service (NOMS) - HMP Prison Service Site Visits Site visits to Askham Grange and New Hall will be available on the morning of 15th December. Askham Grange visit will commence at 9am New Hall visit will commence at 11am Please note places for the visits are limited to 2 per organisation. Market Engagement Exercise The event will be held on 15th December 2015 at the NHS Leadership Academy, 3 The Embankment, Sovereign Street, Leeds, LS1 4GP, from 1.30pm-4.30pm. Hot and cold beverages on arrival. Please return the registration form via the messaging facility on InTend. The deadline for registering to attend the event is 12.00 noon on 11th December 2015.

CRE00241 Framework for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing (non-medical)

NOE CPC | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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Framework Agreement for the supply of Healthcare Uniforms, Workwear including Footwear and Personal Protective equipment and clothing (non-medical). Uniform spend is prevalent within the Non-Clinical Supplies and Services category, and has been identified as an area where NHS organisation can deliver efficiencies through rationalising and standardising garment/product requirements. Lot 1 Healthcare Uniforms will include a range of healthcare uniforms, including but not limited to tunics, dresses, scrubs and trousers, as well as associated accompanying items. Lot 2 Workwear including Footwear will include a range of protective and corporate wear including footwear. Lot 3 Personal protective equipment and clothing will provide personal protective clothing and equipment to equip non-medical staff in a health and safety environment.

Complex Continuing Healthcare Invitation to Tender

NHS West Hampshire CCG | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 21, 2016
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This service is commissioned in line with NHS West Hampshire CCG, NHS North Hampshire CCG, NHS South East Hampshire CCG, NHS North East Hampshire CCG, NHS Fareham and Gosport CCG (Hampshire 5) and reflects corporate priorities. Emphasis will be placed on the promotion of independence and the achievement of positive outcomes for the individual. Complex Care will include the provision of a care team and may also include the ordering, maintenance and disposal of specialist equipment, ancillary supplies, prescription management any or all of which may be required by the individual and will be set out in their care plan. The majority of Individuals will have severe complex health needs or a significant disability or/ and an additional mental health need that impacts upon their daily lives. However, the service may also be required to support families/ carers experiencing a range of difficulties. The services will primarily be available to individuals in their own living location; however, there will be occasions where the care package will be provided in an alternative environment.

Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust-Hard Facilities Management Site Services

NOE CPC | Published December 29, 2015  -  Deadline December 29, 2015
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The Trust wishes to appoint a multi skilled hard facilities management service provider with suitable experience and qualifications. Services to be provided will include both statutory and necessary pre-planned maintenance, repair reactive works, minor ad-hoc works and projects to mechanical and electrical installations, fire, intruder, nurse and staff call alarms, fire suppression system, medical gas systems, BMS and other controls, plumbing, water quality monitoring, air conditioning, heating and ventilation, fabric repairs and general maintenance.

UK Opportunities within Mainland China Primary Healthcare and Dental Care

Foreign & Commonwealth Office | Published December 13, 2015  -  Deadline December 13, 2015
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The work will involve: • Taking forward and concluding research to identify commercial opportunities (matched to UK sectoral strengths) in the primary care and dental care market in mainland China • Capturing the commercial opportunities in a report on ‘opportunities for the UK in primary care and dental care in China’, which outlines a clear UK proposition for these sectors, and can be used to communicate these opportunities to our target business audience • Providing an evidence-based assessment of FDI opportunities for Chinese organisations / companies in the UK primary care and dental market

Complex NHS Continuing Healthcare for Adults and Children - Market Engagement event

NHS West Hampshire CCG | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016
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This service is commissioned in line with NHS West Hampshire CCG, NHS North Hampshire CCG, NHS South East Hampshire CCG, NHS North East Hampshire CCG, NHS Fareham and Gosport CCG (Hampshire 5) and reflects corporate priorities.
Emphasis will be placed on the promotion of independence and the achievement of positive outcomes for the individual.
Complex Care will include the provision of a care team and may also include the ordering, maintenance and disposal of specialist equipment, ancillary supplies, prescription management any or all of which may be required by the individual and will be set out in their care plan. The majority of Individuals will have severe complex health needs or a significant disability or/ and an additional mental health need that impacts upon their daily lives. However, the service may also be required to support families experiencing a range of difficulties.
The services will primarily be available to individuals in their own living location; however, there will be occasions where the care package will be provided in an alternative environment.

Help to Live at Home (includes Continuing Healthcare Domicilliary Care Services)

Arden & GEM CSU | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline December 10, 2015
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Market Engagement Event Leicestershire County Council, West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group and East Leicestershire & Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group are seeking to undertake the next phase of engagement with the market for the Help To Live At Home Programme, which will focus on: . providing further information regarding the service model, including details of payment bandings, service users with continuing health care needs . an opportunity to review and feed back on the abridged service specification. Both events will cover the same topics so you need only attend one. The events will be held at: 9.30am to 12.30pm, Thursday 10th December, Peepul Centre, Orchardson Ave, Leicester LE4 6DP 12.30pm to 3.30pm, Friday 11th December: Salvation Army Centre, Ladysmith Road, Wigston, LE18 4UZ The agenda will be circulated ahead of the meeting, but please take this opportunity to confirm you attendance by emailing your Organisation, Name and Position to htlah@leics.gov.uk and we will reserve a place for you. Additionally, you can register for the procurement at www.eastmidstenders.org Thank-you very much for your support to date, we hope you can make the time to support us again at this critical point in the development of the Help to Live at Home service. Regards, Dave Dave Pruden Market Development Officer Adults and Communities Leicestershire County Council Room 500 County Hall Glenfield Leicestershire LE3 8RL

Health Education North East - Framework Agreement for the provision of Continuing Workforce Development

NOE CPC | Published January 11, 2016  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
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Health Education North East (HENE) wishes to invite tenders from Universities and other suitable educational providers to join an educational framework agreement, becoming formal education partners to HENE in respect of the transformation of the current and future workforce for post registration education and training for the Nursing and Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals and Healthcare Science Workforce.

49055 - Bridlington Integrated Health & Wellbeing Centre

East Riding of Yorkshire | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 18, 2016
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72221000, 79400000, 79410000, 79411100, 79996000

Integration and Healthcare Planning Consultant (HCP) to provide a wide range of assistance as part of a new build multiple user co-location development. The assistance will initially be focused on the development of the integrated service model with key stakeholders, and subsequently on activity/capacity planning and service modelling as part of the OBC project development process.

 

MHRA - Facilities - Refurbishment of OPs Office

Public Health England | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
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The National Institute of Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC) a centre of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, also referred to as the 'Employer', is looking to create a hot desk area within the operations office to integrate the managers and their staff (who are spread across the Institute) in working together as a team and also with the wider agenda for current agency’s open office agenda.

The agency is located at Blanche Lane, South Mimms, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 3QG  

ITT242 Patient Handling Training

School of Health | Published December 6, 2015  -  Deadline December 6, 2015
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The School of Health provides education and training opportunities for a range of healthcare professionals and has a requirement to ensure students undertake mandatory training prior to their allocated placements. Students on validated courses within the School of Health at the University of Northampton spend 50% of their course hours working in practice. The training they need to receive must be compliant with NHS partners which are detailed in the specification. We are asking supplier to provide competitive quotations and the successful supplier could expect a contract over a 3 year period commencing on January 1st, 2016 with an initial probationary period of 12 months, at which time the contract will be reviewed.

MHRA (SCOPE) - Regulatory - SCOPE Project

Public Health England | Published January 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 7, 2016
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A web-based form for reporting of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) to medicinal products by healthcare professionals and patients is required. The planned outcome of the process is to provide European National Competent Authorities (NCAs) with a template web-form that can be translated and adapted for use within their own country.

The development of the web based form for reporting of ADRs forms part of Topic 4 (Review of reporting forms) within Work Package 4. The tool will enhance the engagement of European healthcare professionals and patients, who play an essential role as the primary source of spontaneous ADR information and SCOPE is aiming to facilitate improved ways of ADR reporting to national regulators.

This output from this will be a framework agreement that any European National Competant Authority can call off, the contract will run for a period of three years with the option to extend by a further 12 months.

The requirements are:
- A one off piece of work, to produce a web-based form within budget. This will be ordered by the MHRA on behalf of the SCOPE project.
- Optional work to cover customisation; branding, additional fields (if required) for participating countries to integrate the form into their applications and for the translation of the form if needed. This will be subject to individual call offs (orders) by individual National Authorities.

This Framework will be available for the use of any SCOPE partners as listed on the SCOPE website http://www.scopejointaction.eu/partners/
 

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

Walsall MBC | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline November 5, 2019
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85311000, 85000000, 85310000, 85144100, 85311200

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).

Medical Gases Systems Authorising Engineer Services

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published December 30, 2015  -  Deadline December 20, 2015
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Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust currently has a requirement for a person to undertake the role of Authorizing Engineer (Medical Gas) (AE (MG) as defined in Health Technical Memorandum (HTM) 02-01: Specialised Medical gas pipeline systems for healthcare premises. Objectives of this contract are to: Ensure that the Trust complies with the arrangements set out in HTM 02-01 parts A and B. Ensure the contractor effectively carries out the role and responsibilities of the AE(MG) as defined in HTM 02-01 Identify any potential areas for innovation, cost saving, improvement and upgrade. As the contract develops, build a relationship with the contractor, including the contractor gaining site knowledge. There is no commitment to spend under this contract.

Research and Policy finding system

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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Grant Finding software / system to enable the Trust to secure vital funding required for the development and future of the organisation. We require the database system to deliver 2 main areas of information: 1) Sourcing of healthcare related grants 2) Sourcing of current UK Policy information The system should be searchable by keyword or have the option to filter by location, scheme type, discipline, activity or level of funding required. The search function must be advanced and support data types such as Boolean and must have the ability to save searches in folders or templates e.g. Word, which can be shared throughout The Trust. The search results should also offer news article links to assist The Trust when researching the Organisations.

Provision of portable appliance testing

Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 12, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
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The Trust has major centres at Berrywood Hospital in Northampton (PFI - excluded from this tender) and St Mary’s Hospital in Kettering, with other services being delivered at Isebrook Hospital in Wellingborough and Danetre Community Hospital in Daventry. NHFT also provides prison healthcare services outside the county, covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Leicestershire as well as Northamptonshire. In addition, NHFT has community clinics throughout the county and also delivers specialist services to support GPs and acute hospitals. We are tendering for the provision of the portable appliance testing for various equipment located in the Trust. The contract will be to provide the service (under pre agreed conditions) to sites across the county, as specified by the Estates Department. The winning supplier will be asked to provide written evidence of their visit to support their invoices.

MHRA - Scientific - RFID Equipment Leasing

Public Health England | Published December 14, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has a requirement for RFIDs for tracking cryogenically preserved materials in 2ml tubes at -196°C. We wish to lease the equipment, rather than purchase as the technology is as yet unproven. The supplier should be able to provide RFID-tagged 2ml sterile cryotubes for purchase and to provide under a lease arrangement two RFID readers- one for reading and registering cryovials in the cell culture laboratory and one to read cryovials in 10x10 cryo storage boxes (132 x 132 x 53mm) in the liquid nitrogen storage facility, as well as associated computer hardware and software for tracking and registering storage locations. The RFIDs must be capable of being read at temperatures below -180°C. 

Provision of Two New, Fully Integrated radio-HPLC systems

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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1 Background 1.1 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. In the nearby Molecular Imaging Chemistry Laboratory low activity level radiochemistry research is carried out. 1.2 The requirement for two radio-HPLC systems arose from the need to perform accurate radiochemical characterisation of in vivo metabolic profile of radiolabelled compounds with PET radioisotopes in plasma samples. 2 Scope of Requirements 2.1 WBIC requires two new, fully integrated, high performance liquid chromatography systems coupled to radiochemical detectors (radio-HPLC systems), more fully described in Section 3 of this tender. The solution is to provide support for two laboratories to perform metabolic stability studies in both human and small animal samples of plasma. 3 Equipment Demonstrations 3.1 It is the University’s intention to complete the tender evaluation in such time that the contract for this equipment could be awarded within 2 weeks of the tender closing date. Please note that companies invited to tender will be required to provide access to demonstrations of their proposed systems at appropriate premises.

Provision of Qualified Driving Tutors to Deliver Emergency Ambulance Driving Cou

London Ambulance Service | Published January 11, 2016  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
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The Contracting Authority is undertaking a major recruitment drive and is seeking to establish a framework of supplier(s) to support the induction of new recruits who will supply qualified driving tutors to assist with delivering driving courses and assessments leading to the Institute of Healthcare and Development (“IHCD”) emergency driving accreditation (or equivalent). The scope of the tender comprises as a minimum, the provision of qualified driving tutors who will deliver driving courses, both theory and practical, and assessments required to achieve both IHCD Emergency Driving (D2) or IHCD Ambulance Driving (D1) accreditation (or equivalent). Providers may also be required to supply suitable vehicles for driving tuition to alleviate capacity issues with the Contracting Authority’s own fleet. The contract will be for twenty four (24) months with an option to extend for a further twelve (12) months. The anticipated volumes of new recruits requiring training will be in the region of 600 - 800 over the next two years however no guarantee of volume is given. The Contracting Authority recognises the current IHCD D1 and D2 accreditations are to be replaced in 2016 with a new accreditation. It is expected the successful provider(s) will continue to supply driving tutors for the replacement accreditation (see attached document “IHCD accreditation changes”).

Dental Services - Leicester, Leicestershire, Rutland, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Arden & GEM CSU | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 8, 2016
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NHS Arden & Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit (Arden & GEM CSU) on behalf of NHS England (Midlands and East), are seeking suitably qualified and experienced providers to bid to deliver dental services in Leicester, Leicestershire, Rutland, Lincoln, Lincolnshire. The procurement is split in to lots, please see the published tender documentation for further information.

The expectations are that these services will offer increased patient access and funding will be linked to KPI achievement within the current budgets. The successful provider(s) will need to demonstrate that they can deliver continuously high-quality services and will be responsive to the needs of the local populations. Provider(s) will be assessed on an on-going basis to ensure they deliver the high-quality services required.

These services must be provided by Dentists and Dental healthcare professionals, the provider(s) will be expected to:

• Deliver primary care dental services which will be accessible, convenient and responsive and/or
• Deliver special care dentistry services which will be accessible, convenient and responsive,
• Design services around the needs of patients and carers, ensuring they are offered more choice and a greater say in their treatment,
• Have processes in place to evaluate and continually improve on patient satisfaction.

This opportunity will be open to the entire market. It should be noted that whilst current providers are able to bid, the contracts being offered will remain separate from each other and any contracts a bidder may currently hold or be bidding for.