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Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Regional Electronic Ambulance Communications Hub [REACH]
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Trust (NIAS) is embarking on a Trust wide project to develop electronic patient records; This project known as REACH (Regional Electronic Ambulance Communications Hub) seeks to provide an end to end solution for electronic patient records within an e-health and mobile environment with the patient at the centre. The solution will replace our paper based systems for patient records and communicate these records in a joined-up way with the wider health and social care system in Northern Ireland, to improve patient safety and care. To apply for this opportunity suppliers must be registered on the etendersNI platform. To register please go to https://etendersni.gov.uk. Help and Supplier Walkthrough Guides are available from https://view.pagetiger.com/eTenders/SupplierBooklet A telephone helpline is also available from the home page of eTendersNI or you may contact the helpdesk via email, email@example.com. To access the project documentation please access the CfT document area of this project. Please upload the response document to the question located within the eligibility envelope of the project. If you have any clarifications please send a message through the secure messaging area located within the CfT menu project.
At its sole discretion NIAS may elect to extend the contract up to 2 years made of of 2 periods of 12 months each which at the option of NIAS may be exercised separately or together. At its sole discretion NIAS may take up the option of a hardware refresh in year 6 of the contract.
Total contract value represents the initial 6 year term plus the potential value of an equipment refresh and support in year 6.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information