|RFx ID :||20140191|
|Tender Name :||Regional Collaborative Community Care Solution|
|Reference # :||P18-310|
|Open Date :||Monday, 10 September 2018 4:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Close Date :||Friday, 14 December 2018 11:00 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Tender Type :||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
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healthAlliance, on behalf of the four Northern Region District Health Boards, is seeking a technology solution (and associated services) that will support the delivery of healthcare services in a way that enables easy, collaborative, and auditable sharing of patient related information across and between healthcare providers and healthcare service consumers in the region. The DHBs’ strategic goal is that the selected solution will support the provision of patient-centred primary-, community- and hospital-based care as close as possible to the home and emphasises prevention (including self-care, health promotion), consumer participation and consumer autonomy. The solution will also be able to support future models of care as these are developed over time.
It is also emphasised that the selected solution may be used by community care organisations, general practitioners, as well as the DHBs themselves.
Respondents should note that there is also a near term objective to replace an end-of-support solution (Jade Community Care) used by Northland DHB. Jade Community Care currently supports referral, case and bed management, prescribing, care planning, group and individual patient scheduling and clinical documentation. The Jade solution enables staff to electronically record, store and retrieve referral and case information, diagnosis, clinical progress notes, assessments, observations, contacts, appointments, prescribing medication and generation of scripts, care plans, letters and other clinical documents, both from auto-populating templates and uploaded information. This objective means that the selected solution must be operational no later than June 2020, but must also meet the future state objectives described above.
Respondents may choose to deliver the solution and associated services as a consortium, but should note that healthAlliance will expect a single point of accountability for the successful delivery of the selected solution.