Leveringen - 492074-2020

16/10/2020    S202

Verenigd Koninkrijk-Stoke-on-Trent: Software en informatiesystemen

2020/S 202-492074

Aankondiging in geval van vrijwillige transparantie vooraf


Richtlijn 2014/24/EU

Afdeling I: Aanbestedende dienst/instantie

I.1)Naam en adressen
Officiële benaming: NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU
Postadres: Heron House, 120 Grove Road
Plaats: Stoke-on-Trent
Postcode: ST4 4LX
Land: Verenigd Koninkrijk
E-mail: lyle.lloyd@nhs.net
Telefoon: +44 7557487934
Hoofdadres: https://mlcsu.bravosolution.co.uk
I.4)Soort aanbestedende dienst
Publiekrechtelijke instelling

Afdeling II: Voorwerp

II.1)Omvang van de aanbesteding

Integrated Care and Wellbeing Record Solution for Herefordshire and Worcestershire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership

II.1.2)CPV-code hoofdcategorie
48000000 Software en informatiesystemen
II.1.3)Type opdracht
II.1.4)Korte beschrijving:

Herefordshire and Worcestershire (H&W) Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) and emerging H&W Integrated Care System (ICS) is procuring an Integrated Care and Wellbeing Record (ICWR) to support its planned improvements in health and care services to its population.

II.1.6)Inlichtingen over percelen
Verdeling in percelen: neen
II.1.7)Totale waarde van de aanbesteding (exclusief btw)
Waarde zonder btw: 2 064 120.00 GBP
II.2.2)Aanvullende CPV-code(s)
79996100 Registermanagement
II.2.3)Plaats van uitvoering
NUTS-code: UKG11 Herefordshire, County of
NUTS-code: UKG12 Worcestershire
Voornaamste plaats van uitvoering:

The Counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, England, UK.

II.2.4)Beschrijving van de aanbesteding:

Herefordshire and Worcestershire (H&W) Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) and emerging H&W Integrated Care System (ICS) has identified the need for an integrated care and wellbeing record (ICWR) to support its planned improvements in health and care services to its population, through the H&W STP Long Term Plans and in the accompanying Digital Strategy, published in January 2020.

An ICWR is now also a requirement of all NHS systems’ phase 3 response to the Covid-19 pandemic, along with being an essential element of the H&W ICS maturity/assessment framework.

The scope of the service being procured is the provision of an ICWR for the counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire. This is to supply a clinical viewer, interfaces and services to integrate data about the care required and provided to citizens as part of the promotion and support of their wellbeing, drawn from the clinical systems presently in use, to form a single, comprehensive, contemporaneous record for each citizen.

NHS H&W Clinical Commissioning Group (H&W CCG) is leading this procurement exercise on behalf of all partner organisations within H&W STP. The purpose of this Voluntary Ex Ante-Transparency Notice is to advise the market of H&W CCG’s intent, in the interests of transparency, to work with InterSystems, an incumbent provider in the H&W STP footprint, to create a greater alignment within the H&W STP and with its neighbouring STPs.

The contract shall be for a period of 5 years, and the new contract will commence on a date specified by H&W CCG following the conclusion of a 10-day standstill period further to the publication of this Notice.

II.2.11)Inlichtingen over opties
Opties: neen
II.2.13)Inlichtingen over middelen van de Europese Unie
De aanbesteding houdt verband met een project en/of een programma dat met middelen van de EU wordt gefinancierd: neen
II.2.14)Nadere inlichtingen

Afdeling IV: Procedure

IV.1.1)Type procedure
Onderhandelingsprocedure zonder voorafgaande bekendmaking
  • De desbetreffende producten worden uitsluitend vervaardigd ten behoeve van onderzoek, proefneming, studie of ontwikkeling overeenkomstig de in de richtlijn vermelde voorwaarden
  • De werken, leveringen of diensten kunnen om de volgende reden alleen door een bepaalde ondernemer worden verricht:
    • geen mededinging om technische redenen

By selecting to directly award a contract to InterSystems for a period of 5-years, H&W CCG deems that it best services the needs of the H&W STP through:

— building on investment already made by partners in H&W STP as agreed for the ICWR programme

— maintaining strategic alignment with patient flows into Birmingham, strategic organisational alignment for Wye Valley NHS Trust and the West Midlands West Midlands Local Health and Care Record Exemplar (LHCRE) programme

— shortening the time for implementation by building on existing cloud infrastructure and the experience gained by the neighbouring STPs

— sharing cloud costs between H&W STP, Coventry and Warwickshire STP and Birmingham and Solihull STP to reduce costs for all and to make the solution more financially sustainable.

The technical reasons why competition is absent are:

I. Work has already been successfully completed to share data with the NHS Nightingale Hospital Birmingham to support the transfer of patient care to a specialist Covid-19 treatment centre as part of the initial Covid-19 pandemic response, using the InterSystems solution that is common both to providers in H&W STP and in NHS Nightingale Hospital Birmingham.

II. The strategic approach to the development of an ICWR is to build on the existing investment in systems already in use that can be extended across the whole of the H&W STP. This approach was agreed by the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Digital Board earlier this year.

III. H&W STP has significant patient flows for tertiary services into Birmingham and Solihull STP, which has already selected InterSystems to deliver its integrated record solution.

IV. Wye Valley NHS Trust, which is a partner organisation within H&W STP, is part of a group of hospitals that are based in Coventry and Warwickshire STP which has also selected InterSystems to deliver its integrated record solution.

V. The continued strong partnerships working between Herefordshire and Worcestershire and in particular NHS Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust with University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, who similarly are part of the Birmingham and Solihull STP.

VI. The current Covid-19 pandemic response, the restoration of services and the increasing likelihood of a second wave in the lead into Winter 2020 is an increasingly urgent pressure on the transformation of services. Health and care services need to be delivered safely and effectively while maintaining current social distancing and other measures designed to reduce viral transmission. The H&W STP has already recognised that the transformation of services is dependent on an ICWR both in its Long-Term Plan and its associated Digital Strategy.

VII. Finally, the H&W STP is a partner in the West Midlands LHCRE programme and any local ICWR must be compatible with this programme.

IV.1.3)Inlichtingen over de raamovereenkomst
IV.1.8)Inlichtingen over de Overeenkomst inzake overheidsopdrachten (GPA)
De opdracht valt onder de GPA: neen
IV.2)Administratieve inlichtingen

Afdeling V: Gunning van een opdracht/concessieovereenkomst

V.2)Gunning van een opdracht/concessieovereenkomst
V.2.1)Datum van de beslissing tot gunning van de opdracht:
V.2.2)Inlichtingen over inschrijvingen
De opdracht is gegund aan een groep ondernemers: neen
V.2.3)Naam en adres van de contractant/concessiehouder
Officiële benaming: InterSystems
Postadres: InterSystems House, Tangier Lane, Eton
Plaats: Windsor
Postcode: SL4 6BB
Land: Verenigd Koninkrijk
De contractant/concessiehouder wordt een mkb-bedrijf: neen
V.2.4)Inlichtingen over de waarde van de opdracht/het perceel/de concessieovereenkomst (exclusief btw)
Totale waarde van de opdracht/het perceel/de concessie: 2 064 120.00 GBP
V.2.5)Inlichtingen over uitbesteding
De opdracht/het perceel/de concessieovereenkomst wordt waarschijnlijk uitbesteed

Afdeling VI: Aanvullende inlichtingen

VI.3)Nadere inlichtingen:
Officiële benaming: NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit
Postadres: 120 Grove Road, Fenton
Plaats: Stoke-on-Trent
Land: Verenigd Koninkrijk
VI.5)Datum van verzending van deze aankondiging: