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Services - 331905-2018

31/07/2018    S145    - - Services - Prior information notice without call for competition - Not applicable 

Spain-Barcelona: Home medical treatment services

2018/S 145-331905

Prior information notice

This notice is for prior information only

Services

Legal Basis:

Directive 2014/24/EU

Section I: Contracting authority

I.1)Name and addresses
Fundación de Gestión Sanitaria del Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau
Sant Antoni M. Claret, 167 — Pabellón Sant Antoni planta baja
Barcelona
08025
Spain
Contact person: Unidad de Contratación
Telephone: +34 935537621
E-mail: contractacions@santpau.cat
Fax: +34 935537631
NUTS code: ES511

Internet address(es):

Main address: www.santpau.cat

Address of the buyer profile: https://contractaciopublica.gencat.cat/ecofin_pscp/AppJava/cap.pscp?reqCode=viewDetail&keyword=sant+pau&idCap=4373006&ambit=&

I.1)Name and addresses
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Sant Antoni M. Claret, 167 — Pabellón Sant Antoni planta baja
Barcelona
08025
Spain
Contact person: Unidad de Contratación
Telephone: +34 935537621
E-mail: contractacions@santpau.cat
Fax: +34 935537631
NUTS code: UKD4

Internet address(es):

Main address: http://www.ritmocore-ppi.eu/

I.1)Name and addresses
Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge
Sant Antoni M. Claret, 167 — Pabellón Sant Antoni planta baja
Barcelona
08025
Spain
Contact person: Unidad de Contratación
Telephone: +34 935537621
E-mail: contractacions@santpau.cat
Fax: +34 935537631
NUTS code: ES511

Internet address(es):

Main address: http://www.ritmocore-ppi.eu/

I.1)Name and addresses
FundacióAssistencialMutua de Terrassa
Sant Antoni M. Claret, 167 — Pabellón Sant Antoni planta baja
Barcelona
08025
Spain
Contact person: Unidad de Contratación
Telephone: +34 935537621
E-mail: contractacions@santpau.cat
Fax: +34 935537631
NUTS code: ES511

Internet address(es):

Main address: http://www.ritmocore-ppi.eu/

I.1)Name and addresses
Countess of Chester Hospital (Buyers group)
Sant Antoni M. Claret, 167 — Pabellón Sant Antoni planta baja
Barcelona
08025
Spain
Contact person: Unidad de Contratación
Telephone: +34 935537621
E-mail: contractacions@santpau.cat
Fax: +34 935537631
NUTS code: UKD63

Internet address(es):

Main address: http://www.ritmocore-ppi.eu/

I.2)Information about joint procurement
The contract involves joint procurement
In the case of joint procurement involving different countries, state applicable national procurement law:

Spanish / British Tender procedure (applicable: law: Spanish). Especific contracts derived from the Framework agreement (aplicable law: Spanish and British)

The contract is awarded by a central purchasing body
I.3)Communication
Additional information can be obtained from the abovementioned address
I.4)Type of the contracting authority
Regional or local agency/office
I.5)Main activity
Health

Section II: Object

II.1)Scope of the procurement
II.1.1)Title:

Public procurement of innovative solutions to procure innovative services, enhanced by digital technologies, for a comprehensive and integrated management of patients using pacemakers (RITMOCORE).

II.1.2)Main CPV code
85141210
II.1.3)Type of contract
Services
II.1.4)Short description:

On 6.1.2018, an early information was published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJ/ S S4 5024-2018-EN) to provide all potential interested economic operators with relevant information of the public procurement of innovative solutions mentioned in the header, to purchase innovative services and ICT solutions to address the following challenge: the transformation of current pacemaker patients care services to a patient centered model.

This PIN provides updated information about the expected starting date and purchase volume of RITMOCORE PPI and about the Open Market Consultation (OMC) that is organized in preparation of this procurement (more information provided in section II.2.4).

II.1.5)Estimated total value
Value excluding VAT: 20 031 200.32 EUR
II.1.6)Information about lots
This contract is divided into lots: yes
II.2)Description
II.2.1)Title:

Fundación de Gestión Sanitaria del Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau

Lot No: A “lot” for each procurer
II.2.2)Additional CPV code(s)
33182000
33182210
33195000
48180000
72000000
85141210
33100000
II.2.3)Place of performance
NUTS code: ES511
NUTS code: UKD4
Main site or place of performance:

The contract will be executed at the institution of each member.

II.2.4)Description of the procurement:

This procedure is a public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI). 'Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI)' means procurement where contracting authorities act as a launch customer of innovative goods or services which are not yet available on a large-scale commercial basis, and may include conformance testing. PPI does not include R&D services. (Reference: “Annex E. Specific requirements for innovation procurement (PCP/PPI) supported by Horizon 2020 grants”, within HORIZON 2020 – Work Programme 2016-2017).

The procurement will be divided into lots for each procurer in order to manage the local refinements of the characteristics of the innovative ICT services and solutions to be procured for a comprehensive and integrated care management of patients using a pacemaker. The members of RITMOCORE’s buyers group agree to jointly launch a call for tender to acquire such services and solutions that outperform existing services and solutions that are available on the market.

More precisely, RITMOCORE aims to transform the pacemaker patients care services from a pacemaker implanting hospital centred care service model to a patient centred model and is looking for ICT services and solutions enabling the:

a) Change management (e.g.: dashboard to manage the change and assess the fulfilment of the KPIs)

b) Personalized pacemaker therapy (e.g.: provision of adequate devices (pace makers and loop recorders) depending on the patient health conditions (device portfolio availability, stock management, training)

a) Remote monitoring (e.g.: detection of device malfunctions, change in health conditions (as asymptomatic atrial fibrillation) and alert system triggering)

a) Coordinated care (e.g.: pacemaker patient information accessible by GPs)

b) Patient activation (e.g.: education messages and coaching platform for patients and informal carers)

The service provision model will be based in a risk sharing approach, which will establish a new cooperation scheme between health institutions and the service provider to maximise the value for the patient and, by extension, for the healthcare system. The model will also include an outcome-based payment system. The selected operators will retain ownership of the intellectual property rights (IPRs) that they generate in the PPI and will be able to use them to exploit the full market potential of their innovative solutions i.e. beyond this procurement

The OMC makes part market analysis the contracting authorities are performing. Its main objectives are:

— to inform about the tender process, in order to achieve the widest participation of interested parties,

— to provide an overview on the procurement objectives

— to learn about quality and technical characteristics of the proposed solutions on the market,

— to allow interested parties to provide comments and suggestions considered useful for the contracting authority in preparation of the tender.

All interested operators are invited to take part in OMC (regardless of their geographic location, the size or governance structure)

The OMC will consists of:

— a questionnaire made available at https://goo.gl/tprqvk 60 days after the publication of this PIN at OJEU. Within it, a brief description of the common challenge will be provided and the respondents will have the chance to provide comments, feasibility analysis and ideas in embryonic state. The deadline to provide responses will be 15 days after the questionnaire issue, in case that period expired on non-working day, the deadline would be the end of the next working day The confidentiality terms applied to the information provided by the respondents during the OMC will be detailed at the questionnaire,

— Individual meetings with each respondent to the questionnaire (During the 3rd and 4th weeks on October 2018, either face-to-face (in Barcelona, Liverpool and / or Chester) or by phone). The meetings and phone calls schedule will be set up by the procurers according to all parties’ availability.

II.2.14)Additional information

Interested operators can participate in the PPI call for tender even if did not participate in the OMC.

Participation in the OMC will not be a requirement to submit a proposal to the tender, does not lead to any rights or privileges for the participants, and is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process.

All information provided during the OMC and other will be published at least in

II.2)Description
II.2.1)Title:

Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Lot No: 2
II.2.2)Additional CPV code(s)
33182000
33182210
33195000
48180000
72000000
85141210
33100000
II.2.3)Place of performance
NUTS code: ES511
NUTS code: UKD4
Main site or place of performance:

The contract will be executed at the institution of each member.

II.2.4)Description of the procurement:

This procedure is a public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI). 'Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI)' means procurement where contracting authorities act as a launch customer of innovative goods or services which are not yet available on a large-scale commercial basis, and may include conformance testing. PPI does not include R&D services. (Reference: “Annex E. Specific requirements for innovation procurement (PCP/PPI) supported by Horizon 2020 grants”, within Horizon 2020 – Work Programme 2016-2017).

The procurement will be divided into lots for each procurer in order to manage the local refinements of the characteristics of the innovative ICT services and solutions to be procured for a comprehensive and integrated care management of patients using a pacemaker. The members of RITMOCORE’s buyers group agree to jointly launch a call for tender to acquire such services and solutions that outperform existing services and solutions that are available on the market.

More precisely, RITMOCORE aims to transform the pacemaker patients care services from a pacemaker implanting hospital centred care service model to a patient centred model and is looking for ICT services and solutions enabling the:

a) Change management (e.g.: dashboard to manage the change and assess the fulfilment of the KPIs)

b) Personalized pacemaker therapy (e.g.: provision of adequate devices (pace makers and loop recorders) depending on the patient health conditions (device portfolio availability, stock management, training)

a) Remote monitoring (e.g.: detection of device malfunctions, change in health conditions (as asymptomatic atrial fibrillation) and alert system triggering)

a) Coordinated care (e.g.: pacemaker patient information accessible by GPs)

b) Patient activation (e.g.: education messages and coaching platform for patients and informal carers)

The service provision model will be based in a risk sharing approach, which will establish a new cooperation scheme between health institutions and the service provider to maximise the value for the patient and, by extension, for the healthcare system. The model will also include an outcome-based payment system. The selected operators will retain ownership of the intellectual property rights (IPRs) that they generate in the PPI and will be able to use them to exploit the full market potential of their innovative solutions i.e. beyond this procurement

The OMC makes part market analysis the contracting authorities are performing. Its main objectives are:

— to inform about the tender process, in order to achieve the widest participation of interested parties,

— to provide an overview on the procurement objectives

— to learn about quality and technical characteristics of the proposed solutions on the market,

— to allow interested parties to provide comments and suggestions considered useful for the contracting authority in preparation of the tender.

All interested operators are invited to take part in OMC (regardless of their geographic location, the size or governance structure)

The OMC will consists of:

— a questionnaire made available at https://goo.gl/tprqvk 60 days after the publication of this PIN at OJEU. Within it, a brief description of the common challenge will be provided and the respondents will have the chance to provide comments, feasibility analysis and ideas in embryonic state. The deadline to provide responses will be 15 days after the questionnaire issue, in case that period expired on non-working day, the deadline would be the end of the next working day The confidentiality terms applied to the information provided by the respondents during the OMC will be detailed at the questionnaire,

— Individual meetings with each respondent to the questionnaire (During the 3rd and 4th weeks on October 2018, either face-to-face (in Barcelona, Liverpool and / or Chester) or by phone). The meetings and phone calls schedule will be set up by the procurers according to all parties’ availability.

II.2.14)Additional information

Interested operators can participate in the PPI call for tender even if did not participate in the OMC.

Participation in the OMC will not be a requirement to submit a proposal to the tender, does not lead to any rights or privileges for the participants, and is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process.

All information provided during the OMC and other will be published at least in

II.2)Description
II.2.1)Title:

Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge

Lot No: 3
II.2.2)Additional CPV code(s)
33182000
33182210
33195000
48180000
72000000
85141210
33100000
II.2.3)Place of performance
NUTS code: ES511
NUTS code: UKD4
Main site or place of performance:

The contract will be executed at the institution of each member.

II.2.4)Description of the procurement:

This procedure is a public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI). 'Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI)' means procurement where contracting authorities act as a launch customer of innovative goods or services which are not yet available on a large-scale commercial basis, and may include conformance testing. PPI does not include R&D services. (Reference: “Annex E. Specific requirements for innovation procurement (PCP/PPI) supported by Horizon 2020 grants”, within HORIZON 2020 – WORK PROGRAMME 2016-2017).

The procurement will be divided into lots for each procurer in order to manage the local refinements of the characteristics of the innovative ICT services and solutions to be procured for a comprehensive and integrated care management of patients using a pacemaker. The members of RITMOCORE’s buyers group agree to jointly launch a call for tender to acquire such services and solutions that outperform existing services and solutions that are available on the market.

More precisely, RITMOCORE aims to transform the pacemaker patients care services from a pacemaker implanting hospital centred care service model to a patient centred model and is looking for ICT services and solutions enabling the:

a) Change management (e.g.: dashboard to manage the change and assess the fulfilment of the KPIs)

b) Personalized pacemaker therapy (e.g.: provision of adequate devices (pace makers and loop recorders) depending on the patient health conditions (device portfolio availability, stock management, training)

a) Remote monitoring (e.g.: detection of device malfunctions, change in health conditions (as asymptomatic atrial fibrillation) and alert system triggering)

a) Coordinated care (e.g.: pacemaker patient information accessible by GPs)

b) Patient activation (e.g.: education messages and coaching platform for patients and informal carers)

The service provision model will be based in a risk sharing approach, which will establish a new cooperation scheme between health institutions and the service provider to maximise the value for the patient and, by extension, for the healthcare system. The model will also include an outcome-based payment system. The selected operators will retain ownership of the intellectual property rights (IPRs) that they generate in the PPI and will be able to use them to exploit the full market potential of their innovative solutions i.e. beyond this procurement

The OMC makes part market analysis the contracting authorities are performing. Its main objectives are:

— to inform about the tender process, in order to achieve the widest participation of interested parties,

— to provide an overview on the procurement objectives

— to learn about quality and technical characteristics of the proposed solutions on the market,

— to allow interested parties to provide comments and suggestions considered useful for the contracting authority in preparation of the tender.

All interested operators are invited to take part in OMC (regardless of their geographic location, the size or governance structure)

The OMC will consists of:

— a questionnaire made available at https://goo.gl/tprqvk 60 days after the publication of this PIN at OJEU. Within it, a brief description of the common challenge will be provided and the respondents will have the chance to provide comments, feasibility analysis and ideas in embryonic state. The deadline to provide responses will be 15 days after the questionnaire issue, in case that period expired on non-working day, the deadline would be the end of the next working day The confidentiality terms applied to the information provided by the respondents during the OMC will be detailed at the questionnaire,

— Individual meetings with each respondent to the questionnaire (During the 3rd and 4th weeks on October 2018, either face-to-face (in Barcelona, Liverpool and / or Chester) or by phone). The meetings and phone calls schedule will be set up by the procurers according to all parties’ availability.

II.2.14)Additional information

Interested operators can participate in the PPI call for tender even if did not participate in the OMC.

Participation in the OMC will not be a requirement to submit a proposal to the tender, does not lead to any rights or privileges for the participants, and is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process.

All information provided during the OMC and other will be published at least in

II.2)Description
II.2.1)Title:

FundacióAssistencialMutua de Terrassa

Lot No: 4
II.2.2)Additional CPV code(s)
33182000
33182210
33195000
48180000
72000000
85141210
33100000
II.2.3)Place of performance
NUTS code: ES511
NUTS code: UKD4
Main site or place of performance:

The contract will be executed at the institution of each member.

II.2.4)Description of the procurement:

This procedure is a public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI). 'Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI)' means procurement where contracting authorities act as a launch customer of innovative goods or services which are not yet available on a large-scale commercial basis, and may include conformance testing. PPI does not include R&D services. (Reference: “Annex E. Specific requirements for innovation procurement (PCP/PPI) supported by Horizon 2020 grants”, within HORIZON 2020 – WORK PROGRAMME 2016-2017).

The procurement will be divided into lots for each procurer in order to manage the local refinements of the characteristics of the innovative ICT services and solutions to be procured for a comprehensive and integrated care management of patients using a pacemaker. The members of RITMOCORE’s buyers group agree to jointly launch a call for tender to acquire such services and solutions that outperform existing services and solutions that are available on the market.

More precisely, RITMOCORE aims to transform the pacemaker patients care services from a pacemaker implanting hospital centred care service model to a patient centred model and is looking for ICT services and solutions enabling the:

a) Change management (e.g.: dashboard to manage the change and assess the fulfilment of the KPIs)

b) Personalized pacemaker therapy (e.g.: provision of adequate devices (pace makers and loop recorders) depending on the patient health conditions (device portfolio availability, stock management, training)

a) Remote monitoring (e.g.: detection of device malfunctions, change in health conditions (as asymptomatic atrial fibrillation) and alert system triggering)

a) Coordinated care (e.g.: pacemaker patient information accessible by GPs)

b) Patient activation (e.g.: education messages and coaching platform for patients and informal carers)

The service provision model will be based in a risk sharing approach, which will establish a new cooperation scheme between health institutions and the service provider to maximise the value for the patient and, by extension, for the healthcare system. The model will also include an outcome-based payment system. The selected operators will retain ownership of the intellectual property rights (IPRs) that they generate in the PPI and will be able to use them to exploit the full market potential of their innovative solutions i.e. beyond this procurement

The OMC makes part market analysis the contracting authorities are performing. Its main objectives are:

— to inform about the tender process, in order to achieve the widest participation of interested parties,

— to provide an overview on the procurement objectives

— to learn about quality and technical characteristics of the proposed solutions on the market,

— to allow interested parties to provide comments and suggestions considered useful for the contracting authority in preparation of the tender.

All interested operators are invited to take part in OMC (regardless of their geographic location, the size or governance structure)

The OMC will consists of:

— a questionnaire made available at https://goo.gl/tprqvk 60 days after the publication of this PIN at OJEU. Within it, a brief description of the common challenge will be provided and the respondents will have the chance to provide comments, feasibility analysis and ideas in embryonic state. The deadline to provide responses will be 15 days after the questionnaire issue, in case that period expired on non-working day, the deadline would be the end of the next working day The confidentiality terms applied to the information provided by the respondents during the OMC will be detailed at the questionnaire,

— Individual meetings with each respondent to the questionnaire (During the third and fourth weeks on October 2018, either face-to-face (in Barcelona, Liverpool and / or Chester) or by phone). The meetings and phone calls schedule will be set up by the procurers according to all parties’ availability.

II.2.14)Additional information

Interested operators can participate in the PPI call for tender even if did not participate in the OMC.

Participation in the OMC will not be a requirement to submit a proposal to the tender, does not lead to any rights or privileges for the participants, and is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process.

All information provided during the OMC and other will be published at least in

II.2)Description
II.2.1)Title:

Countess of Chester Hospital (Buyers group)

Lot No: 5
II.2.2)Additional CPV code(s)
33182000
33182210
33195000
48180000
72000000
85141210
33100000
II.2.3)Place of performance
NUTS code: ES511
NUTS code: UKD4
Main site or place of performance:

The contract will be executed at the institution of each member.

II.2.4)Description of the procurement:

This procedure is a public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI). 'Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI)' means procurement where contracting authorities act as a launch customer of innovative goods or services which are not yet available on a large-scale commercial basis, and may include conformance testing. PPI does not include R&D services. (Reference: “Annex E. Specific requirements for innovation procurement (PCP/PPI) supported by Horizon 2020 grants”, within HORIZON 2020 – Work Programme 2016-2017).

The procurement will be divided into lots for each procurer in order to manage the local refinements of the characteristics of the innovative ICT services and solutions to be procured for a comprehensive and integrated care management of patients using a pacemaker. The members of RITMOCORE’s buyers group agree to jointly launch a call for tender to acquire such services and solutions that outperform existing services and solutions that are available on the market.

More precisely, RITMOCORE aims to transform the pacemaker patients care services from a pacemaker implanting hospital centred care service model to a patient centred model and is looking for ICT services and solutions enabling the:

a) Change management (e.g.: dashboard to manage the change and assess the fulfilment of the KPIs)

b) Personalized pacemaker therapy (e.g.: provision of adequate devices (pace makers and loop recorders) depending on the patient health conditions (device portfolio availability, stock management, training)

a) Remote monitoring (e.g.: detection of device malfunctions, change in health conditions (as asymptomatic atrial fibrillation) and alert system triggering)

a) Coordinated care (e.g.: pacemaker patient information accessible by GPs)

b) Patient activation (e.g.: education messages and coaching platform for patients and informal carers)

The service provision model will be based in a risk sharing approach, which will establish a new cooperation scheme between health institutions and the service provider to maximise the value for the patient and, by extension, for the healthcare system. The model will also include an outcome-based payment system. The selected operators will retain ownership of the intellectual property rights (IPRs) that they generate in the PPI and will be able to use them to exploit the full market potential of their innovative solutions i.e. beyond this procurement

The OMC makes part market analysis the contracting authorities are performing. Its main objectives are:

— to inform about the tender process, in order to achieve the widest participation of interested parties,

— to provide an overview on the procurement objectives

— to learn about quality and technical characteristics of the proposed solutions on the market,

— to allow interested parties to provide comments and suggestions considered useful for the contracting authority in preparation of the tender.

All interested operators are invited to take part in OMC (regardless of their geographic location, the size or governance structure)

The OMC will consists of:

— a questionnaire made available at https://goo.gl/tprqvk 60 days after the publication of this PIN at OJEU. Within it, a brief description of the common challenge will be provided and the respondents will have the chance to provide comments, feasibility analysis and ideas in embryonic state. The deadline to provide responses will be 15 days after the questionnaire issue, in case that period expired on non-working day, the deadline would be the end of the next working day The confidentiality terms applied to the information provided by the respondents during the OMC will be detailed at the questionnaire,

— Individual meetings with each respondent to the questionnaire (During the third and fourth weeks on October 2018, either face-to-face (in Barcelona, Liverpool and / or Chester) or by phone). The meetings and phone calls schedule will be set up by the procurers according to all parties’ availability.

II.2.14)Additional information

Interested operators can participate in the PPI call for tender even if did not participate in the OMC.

Participation in the OMC will not be a requirement to submit a proposal to the tender, does not lead to any rights or privileges for the participants, and is not part of any pre-qualification or selection process.

All information provided during the OMC and other will be published at least in

II.3)Estimated date of publication of contract notice:
31/07/2018

Section IV: Procedure

IV.1)Description
IV.1.8)Information about the Government Procurement Agreement (GPA)
The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: no

Section VI: Complementary information

VI.3)Additional information:
VI.5)Date of dispatch of this notice:
27/07/2018