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Most Recently Closed Business Opportunities
Health Consultancy Services Tenders / RFQ / RFT / EOI / RFP
The Shire is seeking quotations from suitably qualified and experienced parties for the creation of the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale Ageing Well Strategy and Action Plan 2018 to 2023.
The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is committed to ensuring that our community is supported to live happy, healthy and active lives as they age. In order to meet this commitment the Shire is preparing an Ageing Well Strategy and Action Plan that will identify strategies and priority actions for the Shire over the next five years.
The Strategy will look to ways council can work with a whole of community approach and will identify the specific services, infrastructure and programs that Council has direct control and influence in delivering, and areas for advocacy on behalf of community.
Would you like to provide project management and engagement support to help deliver a key Gippsland project?
Is your organisation a proven performer in project management, engagement and health system improvement?
Can your organisation work closely with the existing services and communities to deliver quality outcomes for people in Gippsland?
Gippsland PHN is a not for profit primary health organisation with the key objectives of:
- increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes; and
- improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time.
Proposals are sought from from suitably qualified organisations for two key projects:
1. Bass Coast Projects - headspace establishment and suicide prevention place based trial
2. Supporting Partners in Recovery providers with transition to National Disability Insurance Scheme provision
Indicative funding is $140,000 (ex GST) per project, for implementation and delivery until 30 June 2019.
Submissions are to be submitted via TenderLink (see option below) prior to 5pm (AET) on 12 June 2018.
THE ROYAL CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE HEALTHCARE.
Expression of Interest.
Description: To support the identification and development of a diversified revenue strategy for assets that are suitable for national and/or international commercialisation by The Royal Children's Hospital. This may result in the provider becoming an equity partner in a new commercial approach.
Closes on Monday 4th June 2018 at 3:00pm AEST, Melbourne, Victoria.
Enquiries: Simone Forde, phone: (03) 9345-6404,
Submit your response in hardcopy to Head Office, 50 Flemington Road, Parkville, VIC 3052.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.tenders.vic.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=21401&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3F%24%7Brequest.queryString%7D
MURRAY PHN. PHNEXCHANGE PILOT PROJECT MANAGEMENT.
Closing: 7th June 2018 at 12:30pm AEST. Type: RFP.
Murray PHN invites submissions to design, propose, implement and report to the Executive Sponsor, having produced a fully developed pilot project (to utilise the existing Murray Exchange in a broader scale to other Victorian PHNs), oversee implementation and then prepare an evaluation report that has a business model, detailed risk assessment and future recommendations.
Providers should refer to the 'phnexchange Pilot Project Management' document for detailed information.
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3. Word limit for each response is a maximum of 8000 characters, or 1500 words. Please refrain from using dot points, etc.
4. Pre-qualification closes Monday 4th June at 4.00pm. Progression to tender submission is not possible until pre-qualified.
Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.eprocure.com.au/murrayphn/
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. HOSPITAL ACTIVITY MODELLING AND PROJECTION TOOL.
Request for Tender.
Unique Tender ID: DHHS-5793A.
Closing Date and Time: Wednesday 6 June 2018, at: 2:00 PM.
Department of Health and Human Services, 39 Frankland Street, Launceston 7250.
Description: Tenders are invited by the Department of Health and Human Services for the provision of Health Activity Modelling and Forecasting Services.
The successful Tenderer will be required to develop a comprehensive approach to the modelling of public hospital demand and supply scenarios based upon a detailed analysis of historical activity, costing and Tasmanian population age/sex/specialty specific trends - culminating in the development of a software tool for the modelling of alternate demand and supply scenarios.
The modelling technique and Modelling Tool will provide the Department with a method for planning the future supply of public hospital services as well as to quantify the potential financial implications.
In addition, support and maintenance services, training and development support will be required throughout the Contract Term.
Period of Contract (Estimated): From 01/11/2018 to 31/10/2021.
Tender documents are available by downloading.
Should you have any queries relating to the requirements of the tender, please contact the officer identified below.
Applications must be lodged electronically or deliver to: 39 Frankland Street, Launceston 7250 .
Enquiries: Kerin Perkins, Phone: (03) 6777-1391. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Documents available from Internet Site https://www.tenders.tas.gov.au/OpenForBids/Details/4355
MINISTRY OF HEALTH. HEALTHY FAMILIES EAST CAPE - LEAD PROVIDER.
RFx ID: 19736894.
Close Date: Thursday 21 June 2018 at 5.00 pm.
Request for Proposals (RFP).
Overview: This Request for Proposal (RFP) is an invitation to suitably qualified Respondents to submit a Proposal for the Healthy Families East Cape opportunity. The purpose of this RFP is to determine how you would resource, establish and provide leadership to the delivery of Healthy Families NZ in the East Cape community if you were selected to act as the local Lead Provider.
Please note that this tender focuses on the East Cape community only.
Healthy Families East Cape must be located (premises, buildings, staff etc) within the East Cape region.
Healthy Families NZ is a large-scale prevention initiative that brings community leadership together in a united effort for better health. It aims to improve people's health where they live, learn, work and play by taking a systems approach to the reduction of risk factors for major health loss and inequity.
The approach of Healthy Families NZ is in alignment with international, best practice evidence that supports a comprehensive and coordinated approach to chronic disease prevention through locally driven action in settings (where people live, learn, work and play) that is sustained over the longer-term.
Healthy Families East Cape is one of ten Healthy Families NZ locations across the country. The Healthy Families East Cape region covers the north-eastern corner of the central North Island (Te Tairawhiti); covering the region from the Eastern Bay of Plenty (Opotiki to Whangaparaoa) as well as the Gisborne District.
The Ministry is interested in considering Proposals from Respondents with the capacity to lead the implementation of Healthy Families NZ in the East Cape region. A lead provider will be chosen on the basis they are best placed to lead transformational change in their communities.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please refer to the GETS Internet Site below (free to register) for all contact information and/or documentation relating to this tender notice:
Would your organisation like to deliver a pilot program to complement existing services?
Is your organisation a proven performer in the delivery of quality mental health, suicide prevention and/or alcohol and other drug services?
Can your organisation work closely with, and integrate a sustainable program into the existing health and community services system in Gippsland?
Gippsland PHN is a not for profit primary health organisation with the key objectives of: · increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes; and
· improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time.
Grants are available across seven programs, ranging in value from $120,000 to $250,000 (ex GST), for implementation and delivery of services until 30 June 2019.
Proposals are currently sought from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to deliver pilot programs in the following areas:
· Online support program for low intensity mental health services
· Online support program for drug and alcohol services
· Specific trauma informed psychological therapies program
· Early intervention autism spectrum support for children aged 8-12 years and their families
· Mental health screening, specialist consultation and treatment services for older people in Bass Coast/South Gippsland Local Government Areas
· Community based peri natal mental health services
· Suicide prevention Live 4 Life program
Submissions are to be submitted via Tenderlink prior to 5pm on 5 June 2018.
Would your organisation like to lead the establishment and delivery of a headspace service for Bass Coast and South Gippsland?
Is your organisation a proven performer in the delivery of quality primary health, mental health, vocational or alcohol and drug services for young people?
Can your organisation work closely with the existing youth clinics in Bass Coast and South Gippsland to improve health outcomes for young people?
Gippsland PHN is a not for profit primary health organisation with the key objectives of: · Increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes; and
· Improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time.
Tender submissions are currently sought from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to work with existing youth clinics to establish and deliver a hub and spoke headspace service model. The headspace model provides services across four key streams: primary health, mental health, vocational, and drug and alcohol. Organisations must have proven experience in delivering services in one or more of these streams and experience working with young people.
An establishment grant of up to $450,000 (ex GST) is available for organisations to set up and commence operations by 1 December 2018, after which time funding up to $1,000,000 (ex GST) per annum will be available to deliver a range of quality, measurable outcomes for young people.
Submissions are to be submitted via Gippsland PHN Tenderlink prior to 5pm (AET) on Tuesday 5 June 2018 (see option below).
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. PROVISION OF COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH SERVICES.
Issued by: Department of Health.
Draft For Comment Number: DOH20171623DFC.
DCSP Policy: Applicable.
Enquiries: Jackie Eley. Position: Procurement Manager. Type: Technical. Phone number: 6551-1505. Email address: email@example.com
Description: The Draft Request for comment is provided in order to collect feedback on the proposed Provision of Comprehensive Sexual Health Services. Feedback will be considered in refining the final procurement documents that will be advertised on Tenders WA using the reference number DOH20171623.
Responses: Closes on Friday 25 May 2018 at 5.00 pm Perth, Western Australia.
Special Response Instructions: Please submit feedback using the link to the survey contained in the document.
Documents available from Internet Site:
Request for Quote
Developing an evaluation framework, benefits management and realisation plan for the VCCC
The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is seeking expertise to lead our evaluation and benefits management project.
Define, measure and align to realise benefits
Evaluation and benefits management is crucial for the VCCC to determine whether our programs are effectively implemented and our organisation achieves its objectives. To realise the VCCC's potential, the organisation needs to define benefits, measure success and align with business operations. These outcomes can then be communicated and celebrated with stakeholders and government.
The project aims to: · Define and measure value, outcomes and impact
· Align measures for program activities, strategic objectives and benefits management plan
· Coordinate benefits and KPI reporting agreement with the Victorian Government's Department of Health and Human Services
· Provide the framework and capability to measure activities and objectives; realise benefits
The aims will be achieved through:
· A program evaluation framework to evaluate and measure the success of the VCCC's Strategic Research Plan (SRP)
· Meaningful, innovative and pragmatic measures for demonstrating program, strategy and organisational benefits including research, education, clinical, social and economic impacts
· A tailored benefits management and realisation framework to measure economic, social, clinical, education and research impact
· An implementation plan to embed the newly developed frameworks into business as usual activities
· Equity and inclusion
The VCCC values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing an inclusive work environment, free from all forms of unlawful discrimination, harassment, bullying, vilification and victimisation.
Please review the request for quote documentation.
Prospective applicants are welcome and actively encouraged to discuss the project vision and scope of work in more detail before applying. A project briefing meeting can be arranged if desired.
Queries can be directed to Stephanie Hall (VCCC Head of Strategic Program Development) firstname.lastname@example.org; (03) 8559 9057.
Proposals should be submitted as a single PDF file by Sunday 27 May and should include:
· Project outline including (response schedule provided):
· Company details
· Company experience
· Experience and qualifications of key personnel for this project
· Work plan including methodology, resource allocation and tools to be used
· Identification of risk and issues, and management strategy
· Schedule linked to key milestones
· Itemised fee schedule exclusive of GST
· Declaration of any conflicts of interest
· Other relevant information including demonstrated experience in relevant projects.
· Professional Indemnity Certificate of Currency