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Verenigd Koninkrijk-Bristol: Diensten voor maatschappelijke gezondheidszorg
Sociale en andere specifieke diensten – overheidsopdrachten
Aankondiging van een opdracht
Afdeling I: Aanbestedende dienst
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Afdeling II: Voorwerp
Adult Community Health Services in the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group Area
NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is procuring adult community health services using a process similar to a competitive procedure with negotiation.
The CCG wants a single provider to deliver adult community services for a term of up to 10 years across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. The provider needs to become a long-term system partner, providing person-centred care, working closely with primary care leadership and being flexible to transition towards more integrated and innovative working.
The indicative budget is about 105 000 000 GBP per annum to cover all core adult community services, including integrated locality teams, locality hubs, acute and reactive care and specialist advice and support. It is expected that mobilisation will begin from August/September 2019 and the service will go live from 1.4.2020.
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NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is procuring adult community health services for the entire CCG geography. The procurement is using a bespoke approach similar to a competitive procedure with negotiation. In order to take part in the first round of negotiation meetings, potential bidders must notify the CCG of their intent to take part no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday 22.1.2019. A market engagement event will be held on Monday 21.1.2019. Bidders wishing to attend this should notify the CCG by 5:00 pm on Thursday 17 January.
The service will begin on 1.4.2020. The Contract will be for a period of up to 10 years. The indicative budget is 105 000 000 GBP per annum, excluding CQUIN. The CCG wants to ensure consistency across the geography so requires one provider to deliver at least 85 % of the contract value itself.
The contract will cover all core adult community health services, focusing on four service specifications:
— integrated locality teams focusing on relationships with primary care through regular multidisciplinary team meetings to support people who have relatively stable needs to manage their condition. Access to community services will be through a single point of access that will respond in a timely manner and develop a consistent care plan and named contact for the person being referred,
— urgent and reactive care teams working across localities to manage people who have acutely worsening conditions. This includes rapid response and has links to secondary care and community beds to help people remain in the community and enable prompter discharge from hospital,
— specialist advice and support has clinical staff knowledgeable about specific conditions such as diabetes and heart failure. There is an expectation that community services will strengthen links between secondary care and primary care and ensure that patients, carers and professionals within the community are empowered to better understand and manage specialist clinical conditions,
— locality hubs are a range of service models that are provided through physical building(s) and/or virtual connections of professionals within a locality that give people and professionals across a larger area access to services that support wellbeing and promote proactive care and self-management.
These 4 groupings combine services according to the level of complexity of people they support, all designed to help people to stay in the community.
The CCG wants to ensure a safe transfer of services so that from the start of the Contract patients and carers experience as a minimum the same level of service that they have been receiving, with no gaps in provision. The provider needs to become a long-term system partner, providing person-centred care, working closely with primary care leadership and being flexible to transition towards more integrated and innovative working during the life of the contract. The provider needs to be part of Healthier Together, the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) and work towards implementing the STP vision for an integrated care system. The provider must be willing to be part of a provider alliance with primary care localities.
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Description of renewals/extensions — No extensions planned.
Afdeling III: Juridische, economische, financiële en technische inlichtingen
Submission of form of offer and all required background information and eligibility questions, including one provider delivering at least 85 % of the annual contract value themselves. Net assets or evidence of ability to borrow >5 000 000 GBP or parental company guarantor for this amount. Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents.
Afdeling IV: Procedure
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents.
The Contracting Authority reserves the right to award the Contract on the basis of the initial tenders without conducting ongoing negotiations.
Afdeling VI: Aanvullende inlichtingen
Potential bidders must state whether they wish to attend an initial market engagement event by 17.1.2019. Potential bidders must state whether they wish to take part in negotiation meetings with the CCG by 22.1.2019. The deadline for receiving Round 1 bids is 11.3.2019. Round 2 proposals, for shortlisted bidders, if desired by the CCG are due 31.5.2019.
This Contract Notice follows a prior information notice released on 10.9.2018 (399783-2018-EN) and 2 market engagement events for potential bidders in 2018.
Whether previously registered or involved in past market engagement events or not, all potential bidders for this procurement must now formally register on the CCG’s e-procurement system at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/scwcsu/aspx/Home. Potential bidders should review the list of “current tenders” and select the option to “express an interest” for this procurement. Any further information about the procurement will be released via the portal. At registration potential bidders are advised to include the contact details of at least 2 people to allow for access to the portal in times of staff absence.
Potential bidders who wish to attend a market engagement event should send a message stating this via the e-procurement system no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday 17.1.2019. The event will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday 21.1.2019. Details will be provided to potential bidders that express an interest through the e-procurement portal.
Potential bidders who wish to take part in formal negotiation meetings with the CCG should send a message stating this via the e-procurement system no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday 22.1.2019. Potential bidders will be allocated time to meet with the CCG and will be required to present their initial plans. Meetings will begin from 30.1.2019.
The services being procured are healthcare services falling within Schedule 3 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 ("the Regulations") which are not subject to the full regime of the Regulations, but are instead governed by the "Light Touch Regime" contained within Chapter 3, Section 7 of the Regulations (Regulations 74 to 77).
The procurement will be conducted in accordance with the requirements and flexibilities provided by Articles 74 to 76 of the Directive, and Regulations 74 to 76 of the Regulations. The CCG will run a transparent procurement process, treating all Bidders equally. For the avoidance of doubt, the CCG will not be bound by the Regulations or the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union or any other regulations or legislation except for the specific parts or circumstances that apply to the procurement of these services.
Neither the inclusion of selection stages, nor the use of any language or terms found in the Directive or Regulations, nor the description of the procedure voluntarily adopted by the Authority ("Open", "Restricted", "Competitive Procedure with Negotiation", "Competitive Dialogue" or any other description), nor any other indication, shall be taken to mean that the Authority intends to hold itself bound by the Directive or Regulations, save by the provisions applicable to services coming within the scope of Annex XIV of the Directive/Schedule 3 of the Regulations.
The Contracting Authority intends to voluntarily observe the award decision notices provisions and 10 day standstill period described in Regulation 86 of the Regulations. Unsuccessful bidders will receive reasons for the decision. The deadline for lodging appeals is in accordance with Regulation 87 and Regulation 91 of the Regulations.
To be notified by 17 July 2019.