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Tenders Available

Tenders Available

On this page we list currently available tenders relevant for organisations/practices in the health care industry. 

A brief outline of each tender is provided here, with links to the official tender page of the organisation(s) offering the tender. Please contact those organisations directly for more information. 

Adelaide Refugees and New Arrivals Project - Adelaide PHN
The Adelaide Refugees and New Arrivals Project (ARANAP) RFP seeks innovative and integrated approaches to providing refugees and new arrivals with access to quality primary health care services in the 

Adelaide PHN region at the right time, right place, and right service. The proposed approaches should address one or more of the following streams:
  • Stream One - Improve health of refugees and new arrivals.
  • Stream Two - Capacity building for primary health workers supporting the health of refugees and new arrivals.
  • Stream Three - System integration of primary health care services for refugees and new arrivals.

Adelaide PHN is requesting proposals from service providers that have a demonstrated sustainable presence in metropolitan Adelaide.

Adelaide PHN is one of 31 independent organisations nation-wide that are funded by the Australian Government to coordinate and improve primary health care services in their local areas. Adelaide PHN reaches from Sellicks Hill to Angle Vale and from the foothills to the sea. It encompasses a community of some 1.2 million people and aims to improvehealth outcomes for the community by commissioning services to address local needs. The Adelaide PHN is guided by community, clinical and stakeholder input. 

For more information see the Adelaide PHN Tenderlink portal. (Take the top menu link to "Current Tenders")

Applications close at 12 noon (ACST) Thursday 18 May 2017

After Hours Pharmacy - Northern QLD PHN
ABOUT NQPHN: 

Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is an independent not-for-profit primary health organisation, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health, tasked with coordinating primary health care services for the Mackay, Townsville, Cairns, Cape York Peninsula and Torres Strait regions. 
NQPHN will coordinate primary and preventive healthcare that is, the healthcare that takes place outside of a hospital, such as GPs, allied health, chronic disease management, aged care, mental health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Primary health care is recognised as the most effective way to keep communities and individuals healthy and well.

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY: 

NQPHN is providing funding to organisation/s to develop and implement an innovative model to better understand all afterhours pharmacy needs within the NQPHN Region. The goal of the program is to increase understanding of after hours pharmacy patterns, issues and needs, which will in turn inform future decision making about after hours services. An overview of the specific service model available for tender is described in Section 4 of the Service Requirements document. The overview provides a summary of the anticipated program goals, objectives, actions and outcomes. Applicants may address all or parts of the service requirements. 

A total maximum funding value of $600,000 (GST exclusive) is available which will be awarded to one (1) or multiple provider/s proposals. Given the scope of the service design, a minimum funding amount for any single application will be set at $50,000 (GST exclusive).

For more information or enquiries, visit the Northern Queensland PHN tenderlink portal. Take the 'All Current Tenders' menu link.

Tender closes: 2.00 pm on 12 May 2017

After Hours Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACFs) Atherton Tablelands - Northern QLD PHN
ABOUT NQPHN: 


Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is an independent not-for-profit primary health organisation, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health, tasked with coordinating primary health care services for the Mackay, Townsville, Cairns, Cape York Peninsula and Torres Strait regions. 
NQPHN will coordinate primary and preventive healthcare that is, the healthcare that takes place outside of a hospital, such as GPs, allied health, chronic disease management, aged care, mental health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Primary health care is recognised as the most effective way to keep communities and individuals healthy and well.

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY: 

NQPHN is providing funding to organisations to develop and implement innovative models that meet the After Hours Residential Aged Care Facility needs on the Atherton Tablelands. For the purposes of this proposal, the Atherton Tablelands is defined as those regions within 30 kms of Mareeba or Atherton city centres. The goal of the program is to upskill RACF staff (and other relevant service providers) to deliver comprehensive aged care, thereby assisting in the management of after hours service needs. The program also aims to strengthen coordination and collaborative systems between RACFs and other service providers in the after hours period. An overview of the specific service model available for tender is described in Section 4 of the Service Requirements document. The overview provides a summary of the anticipated program goals, objectives, actions and outcomes. Applicants may address all or parts of the service requirements.
A total maximum funding value of $200,000 (GST exclusive) is available which may be awarded to one (1) or multiple provider/s proposals. Given the scope of the service design, a minimum funding amount for any single application will be set at $50,000 (GST exclusive).

For more information or enquiries, visit the Northern Queensland PHN tenderlink portal. Take the 'All Current Tenders' menu link.

Tender closes at 2.00 pm on 12 May 2017

Antenatal Outreach Program - Northern QLD PHN
ABOUT NQPHN


Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is an independent not-for-profit primary health organisation, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health, tasked with coordinating primary health care services for the Mackay, Townsville, Cairns, Cape York Peninsula and Torres Strait regions.
NQPHN will coordinate primary and preventive healthcare that is, the healthcare that takes place outside of a hospital, such as GPs, allied health, chronic disease management, aged care, mental health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Primary health care is recognised as the most effective way to keep communities and individuals healthy and well.

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY

NQPHN is seeking proposals from organisations within the Health and Community Services sector across Cairns who will develop and deliver an Antenatal Outreach Program for expectant mothers and their families in remote or high need areas. The program will provide clinical antenatal outreach services to expectant mothers, their partners and families who would not otherwise access antenatal classes. The aim of the program will be to deliver clinical antenatal outreach classes and incorporate health promotion such as smoking cessation, nutrition, and support for expectant parents to attend postnatal health checks. Indigenous mothers, and mothers in remote locations will have access to antenatal classes in a convenient location. Expectant mothers and their partners will be provided with culturally appropriate support and maternal and child health resources. The program will aim to significantly increase antenatal class attendance rates and success of the program will be determined by the number of women who will attend the outreach classes in comparison to current data. 

See Northern Queensland Tender Portal for further information. (Take the link to 'All Current Tenders')

Tender closes at 2pm on the 8th May 2017

Drug and Alcohol in Primary Care - Hunter New England Central Coast PHN

Drug and Alcohol in Primary Care - Request for Proposals

 

Building capacity of primary care providers to respond to patients presenting with drug and alcohol misuse. Primary healthcare services, particularly General Practice, are well placed to deliver effective interventions to address and reduce the harm caused to patients presenting with drug and alcohol misuse. Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is currently seeking proposals for the resourcing of local capacity building activities for primary health care clinicians or providers in the Hunter, New England and Central Coast Regions. 

The objectives of this activity includes the resourcing of local capacity building initiatives that:

 

  • Support specific, cross-sectoral, and integrated approaches to drug and alcohol treatment services based on the needs of clients locally, and focused on improving care coordination at the local level 
  • Promote linkages with broader health services, to better support integrated/co-ordinated treatment and referral pathways (which may include supporting clients with comorbid mental health disorders) 
  • Promote quality improvement approaches and supporting primary health professionals and specialists in providing evidenced-based drug and alcohol treatment or support for people presenting with substance misuse.

Grants of up to $55,000 (INC GST) will be made available for successful respondents.


Tenders Close 12:00 pm on 5 May 2017

 

For further information, please click here

After Hours Palliative Care - Northern QLD PHN
ABOUT NQPHN: 

Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is an independent not-for-profit primary health organisation, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health, tasked with coordinating primary health care services for the Mackay, Townsville, Cairns, Cape York Peninsula and Torres Strait regions. 
NQPHN will coordinate primary and preventive healthcare that is, the healthcare that takes place outside of a hospital, such as GPs, allied health, chronic disease management, aged care, mental health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Primary health care is recognised as the most effective way to keep communities and individuals healthy and well.

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY: 

NQPHN is providing funding to primary healthcare provider/s to develop and implement innovative models that meet the afterhours palliative care needs within the Greater Townsville region. The goal of the program is to increase the capacity of service providers, consumers and their families to provide/have access to comprehensive Palliative and End-of-Life care planning, identification, management and communication, thereby assisting in the management of after-hours service needs. An overview of the specific service model available for tender is described in section 4 of the Service Requirements document available for download. The overview provides a summary of the anticipated program goals, objectives, actions and outcomes. Applicants may address all or parts of the service requirements.

See Northern Queensland Tender Portal for further information. (Take the link to 'All Current Tenders')

Tender Closes:  2pm on the 5th May 2017