Sweden-Stockholm: Research and experimental development services
Prior information notice
This notice is for prior information only
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://karolinska.se/en/live-incite
Address of the buyer profile: www.upphandling.sll.se
Main address: https://www.regionh.dk/
Main address: http://www.hospitalclinic.org/en
Swedish Law: The law (2016:1145) of public procurement (LOU).
Section II: Object
Pre-commercial Procurement (PCP) to buy research and development (R&D) services for lifestyle intervention in the perioperative process through digital services — Live Incite.
This PIN announces an open market consultation to which all interested market actors are invited to respond with concepts and information prior to the Live Incite pre-commercial procurement (PCP), which aims to develop a sustainable Intervention Engine supporting healthcare to drive behavioral change in life styles in order to achieve targeted improved healthcare outcomes. The core use case will be patients with the risk factor smoking for whom we want to provide an intensive intervention program supporting the patient to cease smoking before surgery. However, the solution we are seeking shall be developed as to be able to scale to known and future risk factors and individual intervention programs and be scalable and able to address the continuous learning and implementation of life style intervention in healthcare as research, supported by data from the solution, provide new evidence. Read more about our needs in the Live Incite Market Survey (MS) on www.upphandling.sll.se.
The PCP is managed from Stockholm, Sweden, where the primary coordination activities will be held. Pilot activities likely to be held in Stockholm, Barcelona, and/or Copenhagen.
The PCP will be conducted over 3 phases (solution design, prototype, original dev./pilot). Suppliers will be invited to respond to the PCP tender to be published following this market consultation (MC) and 5-7 suppliers chosen to participate in the solution design phase. Maximum budget per supplier: Max budget per supplier and phase: 75k EUR (solution design), 400k EUR (prototype), 750k EUR(orig develop). Suppliers will retain ownership of the intellectual property rights (IPRs) generated during the PCP. 1-on-1 meetings (Stockholm) will be held May10-Jun22; registration on karolinska.se/en/live-incite. 1-1 meetings have the single purpose of market actors presenting concepts and solution areas for the benefit of SLL's insights and understanding and thus being able to prepare best possible tender. Open Information Meeting held May 9 (Stockholm; web access available); monitor karolinska.se/en/live-incite for publication of detailed info and registration.
Purpose of MS is to provide insights for the later PCP tender. See www.upphandling.sll.se to create account and download MS document with details. Continuous info will be available: Q&A (www.upphandling.sll.se) and Findings from 1-1-meetings (www.karolinska.se/en/live-incite). All Communication in English, incl responses. Information will be treated as confidential if so requested.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Participation in this open market consultation held as part of the preparation for this procurement is not a prerequisite for submitting a tender.
The EU has given a grant for this procurement but is not participating as a contracting authority in the procurement.
This procurement is exempted from the WTO Government Procurement Agreement (GPA), the EU public procurement directives and the national laws that implement them. Publication of this contract notice in the EU Official Journal is not to be understood as a waiver of this exemption. Publication is made on a voluntary basis and the procurement will not follow the procedures under the EU public procurement directives, but rather the procedure described in the tender documentation. Create account on www.upphandling.sll.se for detailed info on this market consultation and/or view Q&A's. Please submit questions on www.upphandling.sll.se, under the headline ‘Questions & Answers’. Q&A's will be published continuously.