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Tender description

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group is seeking to commission a proof of concept homeless discharge service through an open procurement procedure. The service will deliver a clinically safe, high quality, dignified, and cost effective service that puts the individual at the centre of their own care and work to transform health outcomes for one of the most vulnerable and deprived groups in society.

Legal, economic, financial and technical information

Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents
YES
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents
YES

Procedure

The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement
Yes
Conditions for opening of tenders

2019-05-24

13:15

Type of contest
Open
Languages in which projects or requests to participate may be drawn up
EN
Date
2019-05-24
Local time
13:00

Complementary information

Review body

NHS Improvement

Wellington House, 133-155 Waterloo Road

London

SE1 8UG

Date of dispatch of this notice
2019-04-15
This is a recurrent procurement
No Main CPV code 85100000

Bidding information

Bidding deadline

24 May 2019

0 days remaining

Total estimated value

GBP 312,000

Locations

United Kingdom, Hull

LOTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS TENDER

Value

GBP 312,000

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group is seeking to commission a proof of concept homeless discharge service through an open procurement procedure. The service will deliver a clinically safe, high quality, dignified, and cost effective service that puts the individual at the centre of their own care and work to transform health outcomes for one of the most vulnerable and deprived groups in society.

The service will be required to:

— provide a healthcare professional led model of integrated healthcare for homeless people who are admitted to the local acute hospital, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (HUTHT),

— support the delivery of sustained health improvement of individuals who are homeless through provision of support on discharge;

— provide pro-active and personalised care to people to homeless people,

— improve access to appropriate health and social care services for people experiencing homelessness,

— improve the experience of health and social care services for individuals who are homeless,

— liaise and work with key local partners, stakeholders and services to support the health and care interventions provided to individuals who are homeless.

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