EU solidarity with Ukraine
Prozorro+: Ukrainian public procurement platform
United Kingdom-Cardiff: Software package and information systems
Prior information notice
This notice is for prior information only
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Critical Care Clinical Information System [CCCIS]
The aim of the Critical care clinical information system [CCCIS] is to deliver a Clinical information system (CIS) across all Critical care units in NHS Wales.
The Critical care clinical information system (CCCIS) will achieve full transition from a paper based legacy solution to an electronic system for all Critical care units in Wales. The solution to be procured will automatically capture patient data directly from the monitors to standardise care thereby reducing waste, harm and variation. The computerised bedside system will also automatically collate data from medical devices such as monitors, ventilators, infusion pumps and other equipment to populate a complete critical care record. The system links with other hospital systems such as drawing patient demographics from Patient administration systems and pathology results from the Welsh clinical portal.
Various Sites across NHS Wales.
The Authority envisages that a procurement will be undertaken for this requirement via the restricted process but this is to be confirmed.
It is anticipated that the Authority will procure a system that is already working in a similar healthcare environment.
It is estimated that a formal advert will be placed during July 2018 for suppliers to respond to the Pre-qualification Questionnaire.
Further information about the process and the requirements of NHS Wales will be given on a Supplier Open Day.
Potential Bidders are invited to a Supplier Open Day on Wednesday 13.6.2018 in Swansea. If you are interested in attending the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 31.5.2018. Suppliers will also be able to request to book an individual slot to demonstrate their solutions to NHS Wales.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information