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Medical information systems

NHS Central Midlands CSU | Published October 7, 2014
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48814000

Medical information systems

NHS East Lancashire CCG Alternative Provider Medical Services

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published May 28, 2016
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85000000, 85100000, 85000000, 85100000, 85000000, 85100000, 85000000, 85100000

NHS East Lancashire CCG is proposing to commission an APMS contract which is currently delivered from the following 3 sites:

— Leeds Road Surgery, Leeds Road, Nelson, BB9 8EH;

— Padiham Surgery, Station Road, Padiham, BB12 8EA;

— Rawtenstall Surgery (Rossendale HC), Bacup Road, Rawtenstall, BB4 7PL.

NHS East Lancashire CCG is proposing to commission an APMS contract which is currently delivered from Health Access Centre, Accrington Victoria Hospital, Haywood Road, Accrington, BB5 6AS.

The CCG may also be interested in bids for provision of both services where economies of scale offer the best Value for Money without any adverse impact to quality.

The aim of all the services is to deliver essential, additional and enhanced services to registered patients of each practice.

It is proposed that the terms and conditions of all the services, including tariff arrangements, will reflect those contained in General Medical Services (GMS) contracts.

It is envisaged that the contract lengths will be 10 years with an option to extend for a further 5 years subject to satisfactory review.

Social Value — Under the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 the contracting authorities must consider:

— How what is proposed to be procured might improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of the relevant area (area is the geographic area for which the procurement is taking place); and

— How, in conducting the process of procurement, it might act with a view to securing the improvement.

Services provided by medical laboratories

Arden and GEM CSU | Published October 8, 2016  -  Deadline November 3, 2016
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85145000

The contract period is 2 years with a 1 year extension option at the sole discretion of the Commissioners.

Toftwood Medical Centre APMS

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published October 20, 2017  -  Deadline November 23, 2017
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85100000

This procurement is to commission GP services to serve the Dereham area of Norfolk, specifically those patients on the current and future GP List for The Toftwood Medical Centre (2 Chapel Lane, Toftwood, Norfolk, NR19 1LD). This service is a GP lead service and must be led by GPs, supported by nurses and any other suitable clinicians throughout core hours as defined in the service specification. Based on the current contract it is anticipated that the service provision resultant of this procurement will have the following values per year. Year 1 - £488,834.00 Year 2 - £428,529.00 Year 3 - £368,186.00 Year 4 - £311,568.00 Year 5 - £311,568.00 TOTAL - £1,908,685.00 There is a financial threshold of £1,908,684 - any bids exceeding this contract value will be not be accepted and disqualified accordingly. Full information is in the service specification. Contract is for 5 years and commences 01st May 2018.

Community Medical Ophthalmology Services (Birmingham CrossCity; Birmingham South Central and Solihull CCGs)

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published July 7, 2017
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85100000

** THIS ADVERT IS FOR A MARKET ENGAGEMENT EVENT ** Birmingham and Solihull (Birmingham Cross City CCG / Birmingham South Central CCG / Solihull CCG) are looking to procure Community Ophthalmology Services and the procurement will be split into two lots: 1 - Minor Eye Conditions (Birmingham Cross City and Birmingham South Central CCGs) Activity for this lot is anticipated to be (3 year total, not per annum) Minor Eye Conditions 1st appointment = 23,241, Follow Up = 1,681, Triage = 905, Intra-Occular Pressure Testing 1st appointment = 1,970, Follow Up = 699, Cataract Referral Refinement = 3,362 referrals assessed. There will be a financial threshold for this lot of £1,640,911 total for the 3 years and any bids above this value will be disqualified. 2 - Community Medical Ophthalmology (Tier 2) (Birmingham Cross City / Birmingham South Central / Solihull CCGs) Lower contract value threshold: • 13,789 appointments per annum with a total anticipated spend per annum of £838,761. • 1st appointment - 5,243 • Follow up - 8,546 Upper contract value threshold: • 14,754 appointments per annum with a total anticipated spend per annum of £898,313. • 1st appointment - 5,610 • Follow up - 9,144 Providers may bid for one or both lots. The CCGs are holding a market engagement event and would like to extend an invitation to all interested parties. This market event will give an overview of the current services provided in Birmingham & Solihull, describe the CCGs' visions going forward and explain the procurement process. This is an opportunity for you to hear more about our proposals, provide feedback and to ask us questions, as well as an opportunity to meet other interested organisations. The event details are as follows: Location - Solihull CCG, Friars Gate, 1011 Stratford Road, Solihull, B90 4BN (Report to Reception). Date - Wednesday 09th August 2017 Time - 1.30pm to 3.30pm Tea and Coffee will be provided. The Agenda will be: 1 - Welcome and Introductions 2 - Lot 1 Minor Eye Conditions Specification & Service Model 3 - Questions 4 - Lot 2 Community Ophthalmology (Tier 2) 5 - Questions 6 - Procurement Process 7 - Questions 8 - Networking time for providers 9 - Close If you wish to attend the event please see Additional Information section below for details on how to register your interest. Please note interest is limited to three persons per organisation.

Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service.

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published April 4, 2015
Winner
NSL Limited ( trading as Patient First Group
cpvs
60140000

Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group are commissioning a Non Emergency Patient Transport Service(PTS). The Department of Health defines Non-emergency PTS activity as being typified by the non-urgent,planned transportation of patients, with a medical need for transport, to and from a premises providing NHShealthcare and between NHS healthcare providers.

Provision of a Minor Eye Conditions Service (MECS) and a Community Medical Ophthalmology (CMO) Service for NHS Birmingham and Solihull CCG

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS | Published March 23, 2018  -  Deadline April 25, 2018
cpvs
85100000

The Birmingham and Solihull CCGs are looking to appoint suitably qualified provider(s) to provide Community Ophthalmology Services. This requirement will be split into two lots: - Lot 1 - Minor Eye Conditions Service (MECS) for the Birmingham area; and - Lot 2 - Community Medical Ophthalmology (CMO) Services for the Birmingham and Solihull area. It is anticipated that the contract(s) put in place as a result of this process will be for 3 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years at the sole discretion of the Commissioner. Please note that this notice is being placed on behalf of NHS Birmingham CrossCity CCG, NHS Birmingham South Central CCG and NHS Solihull CCG. These organisations are due to formally merge into one organisation on the 1st April 2018 to form Birmingham and Solihull CCG. Any contract(s) awarded as a result of this tender process will therefore be with this entity as opposed to those named on this notice. The services being procured are Schedule 3 - Social and Other Specific Services and Arden and Greater East Midlands CSU and the Commissioner(s) are bound only by those parts of the Regulations applying to schedule 3 services. As such, the process being used will mirror an open process as per the Light Touch Regime. Full details of the process used is defined in the tender documents. Ecomomic operators should ensure that they register their interest in writing via https://ardengemcsu.bravosolution.co.uk/web/login.html. Technical support with this process can be sought via the BravoSolution helpdesk on 0800 368 4850 or by e-mail help@bravosolution.co.uk.

BCPFT 2015-03 Non emergency patient transport services.

Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline July 17, 2015
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60000000

Our vision is to improve the health and well-being for people of all ages across the Black Country. BCPFT provides care and support for people of all ages who have mental health needs in Sandwell and Wolverhampton. We provide a range of specialist health services for people with learning disabilities in Dudley, Walsall, Sandwell and Wolverhampton. And we also provide community healthcare services for children, young people and families in Dudley. The contractor shall provide a non emergency patient transport service, for the planned transportation of patients with a medical need for transport from one location to another. Patient eligibility for transport will be determined by their medical condition, and as such they will require the skills and support of PTS staff and travelling by any other means may be detrimental to their condition or their recovery. The provision of PTS is part of an integrated programme of care, providing a professional, reliable service whilst demonstrating compassion and treating each patient with dignity and respect. A range of vehicles will be required to ensure the service can meet the needs of client groups with challenging behaviours and varying levels of care across the client groups. The core hours of service are Monday to Friday, 8:00 to 18:00. Contract commencement date is expected to be 5.11.2015 for a 3 year period. BCPFT is seeking expressions of interest in this opportunity and the closing date for EOI is Friday 27.3.2015, 12:00 noon.

Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services (Birmingham and Solihull).

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published February 10, 2015
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60130000

The non-emergency patient transport service (NEPTS) is the transportation of patients to receive non-urgent and planned treatment at an NHS site. This can and should encompass a wide range of vehicles and levels of care consistent with the patients' needs. A non-emergency patient is one who, whilst requiring treatment, does not require an immediate or urgent response. The Department of Health's (2007) guidance on Eligibility Criteria for Patient Transport Service define those patients who are eligible for NHS funded NEPTS as follows: — Where the patient's medical condition is such that it requires the skills or support of the patient transport service (PTS) staff for their journey and where it is deemed detrimental to the patient's condition or recovery if they were to travel by other means. — Where the medical condition impacts on the patient's mobility to such an extent that they would be unable to access healthcare and/or it would be detrimental to the patient's condition or recovery to travel by any other means. Eligible patients can also have an escort or carer travel with them where they have particular skills and/or support needed that cannot be provided by patient transport staff. The main principle of non-emergency patient transport is that eligible patients will receive safe, timely and comfortable transport, without detriment to their medical condition. NHS funded transport has not been extended to include those patients that have solely a social need. In this instance patients may be eligible for assistance towards travel costs or maybe able to access community transport where public and/or private transport isn't available or meets their needs. The following information sumarises the scope and scale of the potential service(s) across the Birmingham and Solihull regions: — 350 509 journeys take place each year; — That's around 6 700 per week; — 8.2 % of these are escorts or carers; — The highest proportion are those in the walking category of mobility (over 61 %); — Wheelchair users make up the second largest group (over 22 %); — 83 % of people are attending outpatient apts; — Over 60 % of people are travelling within a 5 mile radius of the treatment provider; — Only 6 % over 20 miles; — About 144 072 journeys are renal patients; — That's about 2 770 patients per week. Please note that the above activity information is draft and included as a guide only. It may be subject to change.

Expression of Interest - Requirement for the Provision of Housing Medical Services

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council | Published November 22, 2017  -  Deadline December 6, 2017
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48814000

Sandwell MBC are currently seeking an expression of interest for the requirement of the provision of Housing Medical Services. If you are interested in quoting for this work, please register/log in to the Intend Supplier portal to download the full documentation and submit your quote, https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sandwellmbc . The closing date for all submissions is Wednesday 6th December 2017 at 15.00hrs

279 - Aston Medical School

Aston University | Published October 26, 2017  -  Deadline November 27, 2017
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452144

Aston University’s Estates and Capital Developments department have a mission to deliver and maintain a sustainable campus and infrastructure that enhances the student experience and provides high quality accommodation and space that is accessible, efficient, flexible and responds to the needs of a... sufficient time to the University to move in before the new student intake. There are also two other workstreams to be completed, including the demolitions of the old Students Union and the External Works/Landscaping. The overall practical completion is therefore scheduled for 12th September 2019.

Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services.

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published February 19, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
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85100000, 85143000, 60130000

The Commissioners for this procurement are Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group and Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group, working collaboratively, who wish to receive Expressions of Interest and responses to the Non Emergency Patient Transport Service ITT from suitably qualified and experienced providers with the necessary capacity and capability (or a demonstrable ability to provide the necessary capacity and capability) and financial standing to provide the services outlined in the ITT documentation.

The Department of Health defines Non-emergency PTS activity as being typified by the non-urgent, planned transportation of patients, with a medical need for transport, to and from a premises providing NHS healthcare and between NHS healthcare providers. This can and should encompass a wide range of vehicle types and levels of care consistent with the patients' medical needs. The overarching principle of the Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service is that patients who are eligible for patient transport will receive safe, timely and comfortable transport to and from their destination, without detriment to their medical condition.

The service is not only to be provided across Wolverhampton and Dudley areas, but to travel outside of this specific area on occasion, further afield into areas covered by associate Clinical Commissioning Groups. The service is to be procured for 3 years, with the option to extend for a further 2 years to enable each hospital, community provider or booking department to embed the service and provide continuity. Full details can be found by accessing the tender documentation by following the instructions below.

It is expected that TUPE will apply to this service.

Candidates wishing to be considered must register their expression of interest & provide additional procurement-specific information through the portal as follows:

i) Candidates should register on the portal at https://mlcsu.bravosolution.co.uk (registration and use of the website is free of charge).

ii) Once registered, candidates must express interest by:

a. logging-in to the Midlands and Lancashire CSU e-Tendering portal,

b. selecting response to advert and ITT,

c. select Open Access ITT,

d. search for and access listing related to this contract and view details,

e. click on Express Interest link.

iii) Once you have expressed interest, access the My ITTs page where you can download documentation (if required) & construct your reply as instructed.

You must submit your reply on the website by the deadline of 18th March at 17:00. For technical support in submitting your expression of interest contact the BravoSolution Help-desk on 0800 368 4850 or help@bravosolution.co.uk

This procurement relates to NHS healthcare services. Therefore, section 120 of the Public Contract Regulations 2015 applies. Under section 120, the service to which this procurement relates falls within Part B of Schedule 3 of The Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (as amended). Neither placement of an advertisement for this procurement, nor the use of an open procurement process, nor any other indication shall be taken to mean that the commissioner intends to hold itself bound by any of the regulations save those applicable to Part B services.

Provision of GP Practice Services (The Hill)

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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85120000

NOTE: This is a Prior Information Notice as a call for competition. Arden & GEM CSU on behalf of Birmingham South Central CCG is seeking expressions of interest from suitability qualified providers for the provision of GP Practice Services at The Hill Medical Practice based in Sparkhill, Birmingham. The practice provides general GP services, treatment and advice for a range of minor illnesses and injuries. A service will be required Monday - Friday 8am - 8pm and Saturday - Sunday 9am - 1pm. The current contract will expire on 31st March 2017 and is under an Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) contract. It is the intention of the CCG to award a short-term step-in contract to Midland Medical Partnership (MMP) for the period 1st April 2017 to 31st July 2017. For the avoidance of doubt, this notice is for a contract which will commence on 1st August. The contract will be for an initial period of 7 years with an option to extend for a further 3 years. No further notice will be issued with regard to this opportunity and only those parties expressing an interest in this notice will be invited to tender. Those expressing an interest will be given access to documents which the step-in provider is party to. The Services which are being procured are Schedule 3 - Social and Other Specific Services and Arden and Greater East Midlands CSU are bound only by those parts of the Regulations applying to Schedule 3 services.

Urgent Care Centres (UCC), Out of hours (OOH), Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Services and a Pathways Alternative to Transport Service (PATS).

NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU | Published November 14, 2015  -  Deadline January 14, 2016
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85100000

Greater Preston CCG and Chorley and South Ribble CCG are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to deliver an Integrated Urgent Care Service which shall include Urgent Care Centres (UCC), GP Home visiting services (during traditional out of hours (OOH) periods), Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Services and in conjunction with North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) a Pathways Alternative to Transport Service (PATS) to their populations from facilities co located with the Emergency Departments (ED) of Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust at Royal Preston and Chorley District Hospitals. The CCGs wish to appoint a single (prime) provider to deliver the services across the combined CCG areas. Co-located at the existing Emergency Departments at Royal Preston and Chorley District Hospitals, walk in patients will access the UCC and Emergency Departments through the same entrance and reception/waiting areas at each location. Patients will also access the DVT and attend pre booked face to face appointments during traditional GP OOH periods (as Urgent Centre attendances) through this single entrance. The GP Home visiting and NWAS PATS will also be based out of the same facilities. Locally patients will access Urgent Care Services during the traditional OOH periods via ‘111’, and PATS from NWAS, with patients most usually contacting ‘111’ in the first instance. Urgent Care Centre. In line with developments now and in the future in the National Urgent Care model the urgent care centre shall: — Provide high quality primary care minor injury and minor illness services, including basic diagnostics, to patients with non ED conditions 24/7/365 days per year. — Be configured, staffed, equipped and resourced to treat over 62,500 patients per year (approx. 37,500 illness and 25,000 injury patients). The service must work closely with the existing ED service to provide a seamless patient experience; identifying quickly those patients who require emergency acute care and those who do not and can be treated in the UCC with the focus on reducing admissions to the acute hospital and through working with associated care services increase the number of cases managed at home. — See and treat (where possible) patients and discharge or refer as appropriate. — See ‘Booked’ face to face appointments at the UCC for traditional OOH's patients as appropriate. — Such ‘booked’ appointment patients are expected to be in the order of 16,000 patients per annum in Preston and Chorley (in addition to the diverted ED patients volumes stated above) — Patients attending who do not have urgent care needs will be supported by UCC staff to access advice and care from their local community pharmacist, access health promotion, self-management and educational information, make an appointment for them with their own GP within the target timescales, support and facilitate the registration of unregistered patients with a GP. — Maximise opportunities to integrate with other community and Primary Care based services, especially in the field of face to face patient care at all times day and night. GP Home Visiting Services. — Home visiting service as appropriate for patients unable to attend for a ‘booked’ face to face appointment at the UCC during traditional OOH periods. Patient volumes are expected to be in the order of 2,850 combined for both CCGs. DVT Service. Deliver a ‘one stop shop’ DVT service for the initial assessment, diagnosis and full management of DVT in general accordance with the NICE ‘pathway’ to; — Provide a robust service to expedite referrals and transfers from GP Practices, Emergency Departments etc. — Diagnose Patients presenting with signs or symptoms of non-complex deep vein thrombosis in a timely and accurate manner. — Improve Patient access to assessment, diagnosis and treatment of DVT. — Point of care service using the two-level Wells clinical Assessment tool. — Provide point of care D-dimer tests. — Inform Patients fully regarding their condition, having given consent and being fully involved in the planning of their treatment programme. — Treat Patients suitable for diagnosis, management and treatment in a primary care as opposed to an acute setting. — Reduce inappropriate emergency admissions to acute hospital wards and emergency departments. With regard to activity levels over the most recent 12 months, Preston has generated 1 200 new referrals, 150 positive diagnoses and 2 450 follow up appointments, Chorley has generated 265 new referrals with 75 positive diagnoses. (follow up data is not available). NWAS Pathways Alternative to Transport Service (PATS) Working alongside NWAS both locally and the wider Lancashire footprint, deliver a ‘Pathways Alternative to Transfer Service’ (PATS) deploying a GP within 2 hours of referral to undertake a face to face assessment at the patient's residence or if deemed clinically appropriate provide remote telephone advice and discharge the patient accordingly, supporting: — reduction in the number of patients conveyed to the Emergency Department who can safely and appropriately be cared for within the community setting; — reduction in the delays experienced by NWAS when attending the Emergency Department, due to capacity and pressures at periods throughout the year; — enabling NWAS staff to refer safely to a responsive, medical service within the community, giving them an alternative to transferring to the Emergency Department; — further development of the current parameters of the scheme, allowing innovation and influencing different options to managing urgent/unscheduled care. Between December 2013 and June 2015 the PATS received an average of 235 referrals per month (highest Month May 2015-307 referrals and lowest month Sept 2014 -159). The average number of monthly appropriate referrals dealt with by PATS was 212 during this period (highest Month Dec 2013-100 % and lowest month Mar 2015 -83 %). Anecdotally it is understood that c 80 % of referrals are dealt with and discharged by telephone.

Urgent Care Centres (UCC), Out of hours (OOH), Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Services and a Pathways Al

NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU | Published November 14, 2015  -  Deadline January 14, 2016
cpvs
85100000

Greater Preston CCG and Chorley and South Ribble CCG are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to deliver an Integrated Urgent Care Service which shall include Urgent Care Centres (UCC), GP Home visiting services (during traditional out of hours (OOH) periods), Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Services and in conjunction with North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) a Pathways Alternative to Transport Service (PATS) to their populations from facilities co located with the Emergency Departments (ED) of Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust at Royal Preston and Chorley District Hospitals. The CCGs wish to appoint a single (prime) provider to deliver the services across the combined CCG areas. Co-located at the existing Emergency Departments at Royal Preston and Chorley District Hospitals, walk in patients will access the UCC and Emergency Departments through the same entrance and reception/waiting areas at each location. Patients will also access the DVT and attend pre booked face to face appointments during traditional GP OOH periods (as Urgent Centre attendances) through this single entrance. The GP Home visiting and NWAS PATS will also be based out of the same facilities. Locally patients will access Urgent Care Services during the traditional OOH periods via ‘111’, and PATS from NWAS, with patients most usually contacting ‘111’ in the first instance. Urgent Care Centre. In line with developments now and in the future in the National Urgent Care model the urgent care centre shall: — Provide high quality primary care minor injury and minor illness services, including basic diagnostics, to patients with non ED conditions 24/7/365 days per year. — Be configured, staffed, equipped and resourced to treat over 62,500 patients per year (approx. 37,500 illness and 25,000 injury patients). The service must work closely with the existing ED service to provide a seamless patient experience; identifying quickly those patients who require emergency acute care and those who do not and can be treated in the UCC with the focus on reducing admissions to the acute hospital and through working with associated care services increase the number of cases managed at home. — See and treat (where possible) patients and discharge or refer as appropriate. — See ‘Booked’ face to face appointments at the UCC for traditional OOH's patients as appropriate. — Such ‘booked’ appointment patients are expected to be in the order of 16,000 patients per annum in Preston and Chorley (in addition to the diverted ED patients volumes stated above) — Patients attending who do not have urgent care needs will be supported by UCC staff to access advice and care from their local community pharmacist, access health promotion, self-management and educational information, make an appointment for them with their own GP within the target timescales, support and facilitate the registration of unregistered patients with a GP. — Maximise opportunities to integrate with other community and Primary Care based services, especially in the field of face to face patient care at all times day and night. GP Home Visiting Services. — Home visiting service as appropriate for patients unable to attend for a ‘booked’ face to face appointment at the UCC during traditional OOH periods. Patient volumes are expected to be in the order of 2,850 combined for both CCGs. DVT Service. Deliver a ‘one stop shop’ DVT service for the initial assessment, diagnosis and full management of DVT in general accordance with the NICE ‘pathway’ to; — Provide a robust service to expedite referrals and transfers from GP Practices, Emergency Departments etc. — Diagnose Patients presenting with signs or symptoms of non-complex deep vein thrombosis in a timely and accurate manner. — Improve Patient access to assessment, diagnosis and treatment of DVT. — Point of care service using the two-level Wells clinical Assessment tool. — Provide point of care D-dimer tests. — Inform Patients fully regarding their condition, having given consent and being fully involved in the planning of their treatment programme. — Treat Patients suitable for diagnosis, management and treatment in a primary care as opposed to an acute setting. — Reduce inappropriate emergency admissions to acute hospital wards and emergency departments. With regard to activity levels over the most recent 12 months, Preston has generated 1 200 new referrals, 150 positive diagnoses and 2 450 follow up appointments, Chorley has generated 265 new referrals with 75 positive diagnoses. (follow up data is not available). NWAS Pathways Alternative to Transport Service (PATS) Working alongside NWAS both locally and the wider Lancashire footprint, deliver a ‘Pathways Alternative to Transfer Service’ (PATS) deploying a GP within 2 hours of referral to undertake a face to face assessment at the patient's residence or if deemed clinically appropriate provide remote telephone advice and discharge the patient accordingly, supporting: — reduction in the number of patients conveyed to the Emergency Department who can safely and appropriately be cared for within the community setting; — reduction in the delays experienced by NWAS when attending the Emergency Department, due to capacity and pressures at periods throughout the year; — enabling NWAS staff to refer safely to a responsive, medical service within the community, giving them an alternative to transferring to the Emergency Department; — further development of the current parameters of the scheme, allowing innovation and influencing different options to managing urgent/unscheduled care. Between December 2013 and June 2015 the PATS received an average of 235 referrals per month (highest Month May 2015-307 referrals and lowest month Sept 2014 -159). The average number of monthly appropriate referrals dealt with by PATS was 212 during this period (highest Month Dec 2013-100 % and lowest month Mar 2015 -83 %). Anecdotally it is understood that c 80 % of referrals are dealt with and discharged by telephone.

Gas Therapy Equipment

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 16, 2018  -  Deadline June 12, 2018
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33190000

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB NHSFT) is seeking a provider with the appropriate product range, experience and competitive pricing to supply Gas Therapy Equipment and associated products as follows: - Supply of Gas Therapy Equipment - Supply of Associated Accessories - Supply of Spare Parts & Accessories (for in-house maintenance) - Initial and on-going clinical and technical training Specific products will include:- - Medical Suction Controller - Both High and Low - Medical Regulator - Air Bullnose, Air Pin Index, Oxygen Bullnose and Oxygen Pin Index. - Medical Gas Flowmeter - Air, Oxygen & Low - Medical Multistage Regulator - Air & Oxygen - Entonox System The Contract will cover the rolling replacement of existing devices and additional requirements due to expansions with the Trust. The Contract shall be for a period of 3 years with an option to extend for up to a further 24 months. The Trust reserves the right to extend the contract for each additional year or for the full 2 years.

Dual-Camera High-Speed Confocal Microscope Systems - AWARD

The University of Warwick | Published May 10, 2017  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
Winner
Intelligent Imaging Innovations
cpvs
38510000

The University of Warwick, Warwick Medical School, has a requirement for a 2-camera confocal microscope for live cell imaging.

Black Country Impact - INTRODUCTION TO LGV/HGV DRIVING - AWARD

Black Country Business | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017
Winner
GTG Training Ltd
cpvs
22454000

To deliver an introduction to HGV/LGV Driver Training, including medical, licence application, theory and hazard perception to eligible 18-29 year olds who are not in employment, education or training (NEET).

GP Out of Hours On Call from Home Service HMP Full Sutton

 | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline July 8, 2016
cpvs
85000000

NHS Vale of York CCG is looking for quotes to secure a new provider for their Out of Hours support into Full Sutton Prison. This is a maximum security prison based within the eastern area of the CCG. In-hours medical support is currently provided by Spectrum Community Interest Company and there is a dedicated, jointly used medical area where this service will be based. We are looking for an organisation that has previous knowledge of working in challenging prison environments, that is flexible and keen to evolve services as required, and that can provide a robust workforce and associated governance structures. Key objectives for the service include; • A strong ambition to minimise the numbers of emergency attendances and admissions to other healthcare providers, • Robust governance arrangements for staff and patients, • Clear activity recording and reporting mechanisms, and • The ability to potentially work quite autonomously in challenging circumstances. We aim to provide the best level of healthcare possible for this group of patients and will require adherence to national and local quality requirements as described within the specification. To download the documents for this tender 1. Register your company on the eSourcing portal (this is only required once) - Browse to the eSourcing Portal: https://www.nhssourcing.co.uk and click the link to register - Accept the terms and conditions and click 'continue' - Enter your correct business and user details - Note the username you chose and click 'Save' when complete - You will shortly receive an email with your unique password (please keep this secure) 2. Express an Interest in the tender - Login to the portal with the username/password - Click the 'PQQs / ITTs Open To All Suppliers' link. (These are Pre-Qualification Questionnaires or Invitations to Tender open to any registered supplier) - Click on the relevant PQQ/ ITT to access the content. - Click the 'Express Interest' button at the top of the page. - This will move the PQQ /ITT into your 'My PQQs/ My ITTs' page. (This is a secure area reserved for your projects only) -You can now access any attachments by clicking 'Buyer Attachments' in the 'PQQ/ ITT Details' box 3. Responding to the tender - Click 'My Response' under 'PQQ/ ITT Details', you can choose to 'Create Response' or to 'Decline to Respond' (please give a reason if declining) - You can now use the ‘Messages’ function to communicate with the buyer and seek any clarification - Note the deadline for completion, then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the PQQ/ ITT - There may be a mixture of online & offline actions for you to perform (there is detailed online help available) You must then submit your reply using the 'Submit Response' button at the top of the page. If you require any further assistance please consult the online help, or contact the eTendering help desk.

WP3266B - Making Connections Walsall Programme (Medium Grants)

Walsall Council e-Tendering | Published May 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 29, 2017
cpvs
85322000

The Council is looking for providers to deliver the Making Connections Walsall Programme. The MCW programme is about tackling loneliness and social isolation, improve wellbeing and reduce preventable health and social care service usage. It will take a Social Prescribing approach to improve the social connectedness of older people across Walsall. The Making Connections Walsall Programme is targeted at meeting the social needs of the older adults who are lonely and socially isolated NOT SOCIAL CARE or MEDICAL needs. Providers with a local understanding of Walsall's Older population and experience of successfully supporting vulnerable older people to address their social needs and access community initiatives.