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Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Market Survey: Innovation Partnership Control Tower for Planning and Implementation of Operations at Oslo universitetssykehus HF (Oslo University Hospital Trust)
Oslo universitetssykehus (OUS) (Oslo University Hospital) wants to develop the future solution for planning and implementation of the operational activity. New solutions that are adapted to hospitals and our surroundings could potentially be of great importance for strengthened patient safety, better efficiency in patient care and a more predictable work situation for the employees. Our needs are primarily related to process improvement and automation in the planning process from the tactical to the operative level.
In this connection, OUS wants to have contract with suppliers, competence and insurance environments and other actors who can contribute to the development of a system for planning, managing and implementation of complex logistical operations.
In order to improve planning of the business in the long term we are dependent on developing new innovative solutions and systems. These can detect bottlenecks and simulate efficiency of supplied resources. This is necessary to calculate the size, organisation and placement of the business locally, regionally and nationally With such tools, the hospitals could achieve better results for the patients and significant resource efficacy It is also absolutely essential to dimension the activity in the new hospital.
Digitised management of the operational activities in the first version aims to optimise planning and implementation through two secondary goals:
1) Planning and updating of operations program;
2) Real-time logistics management implementation of operative activity according to an ‘airport control’ similar model.
Access to health information (in real-time), route of treatment and self-servicing are important instrument to realise this. In the long term this can be expanded to include advanced techniques based on machine learning and artificial intelligence.
In this market survey we request information from potential tenderers of independent solutions, process and automation platforms and possibly others who can meet our needs.
The market dialogue will be held on Friday 4 June 2021, 9.00-12.00.
See the annex for more information. The document is only available in Norwegian.
Sykehusinnkjøp HF is assisting Oslo University Hospital with this procurement.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information