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United Kingdom-London: Clinical information system
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Electronic Health Record (EHR) System
Enterprise-wide single Electronic Health Record solution for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, with the option to subsequently scale up and include King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and/or Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust on the same instance during the term of the agreement.
The purpose of this procurement is to implement a enterprise-wide single Electronic Health Record solution for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (estimated user base 16 000), with the option to subsequently scale up the system solution to include King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (estimated user base 15 000) and/or Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust (estimated user base 4 000) during the term of the agreement. The main contracting arrangements will also need to include GP direct access to the EHR solution for the local Clinical Commissioning Groups linked to the Contracting Authorities.
The Contracting Authorities application portfolio consists of disparate number of clinical systems that are used to track a patient through their care pathway. Individually, these systems are well-established and used by staff as the primary application for their purpose. However, collectively the core applications provide differing capabilities in support of the day-to-day clinical and operational processes, which results in data not being integrated and managed as a single dataset. This requires effort and cost to integrate views of data from different sources, additional time to view ‘longitudinal’ data about a patient through several applications, and in some cases manual re-entry by front line clinical staff of data captured elsewhere. For further information relating to this tender opportunity, bidders must access the full documentation set within the Delta Tenderbox. Please follow the instructions within this notice.
Option to extend the contract for a further 60 months.
Criteria detailed in the Supplier Selection Questionnaire (SSQ) available from the Delta Tender Box.
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Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
1) Optional call off items: in addition to the required core and specialist functionality (refer to information pack) the solution should be capable of extension to provide functionality currently provided by other specialist systems or new functionality. As the contracts for existing systems expire, GSTT may seek to incorporate their functionality into the core electronic health and care record solution rather than replace them directly with new standalone systems. GSTT wish to explore in the procurement process the potential optional replacement of the following: NICU; maternity; children’s universal services; dental; ophthalmology; sexual health; population health. Optional call-off items are defined as applications/modules that at this stage the Trust does not believe it will purchase and implement, but wishes to reserve the right to do so. These applications/modules do not have to be part of the single platform but do need to integrate with it. Bidders should be aware that the optional call-off functional areas are not anticipated as being available at contract signature, however the Trust may want to call these off during the lifetime of the contract.
2) An information pack providing further information is available to bidders on completion and submission of an Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) via Delta e-Sourcing.
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GO Reference: GO-201959-PRO-14875512