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Tenders

As part of the North Coast Primary Health Network’s commissioning role, requests for tenders, proposals or expressions of interest will be periodically released for the delivery of primary health care programs or services.

North Coast Primary Health Network aims to improve health outcomes by commissioning health services and project procurement opportunities to address local needs guided by community, clinical and stakeholder input. Registering with Tenderlink will ensure you are notified as soon as an opportunity is advertised.

Requests for funding which occurs outside the NCPHN formal commissioning approaches to market are known as unsolicited proposals.

NCPHN encourages proposals for innovative service delivery solutions, where the proposal is uniquely placed to provide a value-for-money solution.

Proposals must be consistent with the NCPHN Strategic Plan and Needs Assessment , align to the Australian Government Department of Health’s PHN Grant Program Guidelines and Performance Framework and offer unique attributes that justify departing from a competitive tender process.

If a proposal can readily be delivered by competitors then it will not be sufficient to be considered as an unsolicited proposal. Workforce skills are not unique unless they are able to demonstrate that those workforce skills could not be procured or developed elsewhere in the market.

Proposals can be submitted at any time but will only be reviewed and assessed twice a year as part of our planning process (February and November). Any allocations will depend on availability of funding in the financial year, commissioning priorities and available capacity. All funding provided is dependent on continued funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.

Proposals should be submitted using this online form.

You will be notified after a preliminary assessment has been made of the proposal and NCPHN may contact you again to determine if your proposal is still current before considering as part of the planning process (November and February).

The round of submissions for February 2019 has now closed. The next round will be evaluated in November 2019.

Current Tenders

Delivery of Psychosocial Capacity Building Activities Closing times 6:00 pm on 26 Apr 2019

Healthy North Coast Ltd, trading as North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN), is seeking proposals from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to provide psychosocial capacity building activities to community members with severe mental illness, who are not eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and who are not receiving psychosocial services through programs such as Partners in Recovery (PIR), Day to Day Living (D2DL) or the Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) service.

The Request for Proposals (RFP) process is being managed via NCPHN’s TenderLink Portal, and all details regarding the process and access to the RFP documents can be obtained at the following link: NCPHN TenderLink Portal. Interested parties will need to register on the Portal to access and download RFP Documents.

The closing time and date for lodgement of Proposals is 6:00 p.m. on 26 April 2019.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Training Program Closing times 5:00 pm on 06 May 2019

Healthy North Coast Ltd, trading as North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN), is seeking proposals from suitably qualified and experienced providers to develop and deliver a Pulmonary Rehabilitation Training Program.

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to identify a provider with the skills and expertise to develop and deliver training and implementation workshops to small rural providers in private practice (including sole practitioners). In addition, the successful applicant will contribute expert knowledge and experience to further design the Program including the development of outcome measures (patient reported and clinical) and payment models.

The Request for Proposals (RFP) process is being managed via NCPHN’s TenderLink Portal, and all details regarding the process and access to the RFP documents can be obtained at the following link: NCPHN TenderLink Portal. Interested parties will need to register on the Portal to access and download RFP Documents.

The closing time and date for lodgement of Proposals is 5:00 p.m. on 6 May 2019.

Future Ready Whole of Business ICT Solution Closing times 3:00 pm on 10 May 2019

Healthy North Coast Ltd, trading as North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN), is seeking proposals from suitably qualified and experienced managed service providers for the design and subsequent delivery of a future ready whole of business Information and Communications Technology solution.

The Request for Proposals (RFP) process is being managed via NCPHN’s TenderLink Portal, and all details regarding the process and access to the RFP documents can be obtained at the following link: NCPHN TenderLink Portal. Interested parties will need to register on the portal to access and download RFP Documents.

A briefing session will be held for participants on a date and time to be confirmed during the week commencing 29 April 2019.

The closing time and date for lodgement of proposals is 3:00 p.m. on Friday 10 May 2019.

Information, Assessment and Referral Service Closing times 6:00 pm on 24 May 2019

Providers wanted!

NCPHN is now seeking proposals from experienced providers to deliver an Information, Assessment and Referral Service to ensure people with mental health or alcohol and other drug support needs are able to access services appropriate to their level of need across the North Coast.

What is an Information Assessment and Referral Service?

This service is a first point of call for individuals, service providers and clinical practitioners to identify and connect to services that are available for people with mental health or alcohol and other drug support needs. The service will receive enquiries, assess an individual’s situation and facilitate referrals to the most appropriate service.

This successful provider will partner with NCPHN in the implementation of the stepped care model, ensuring that a person is provided with the right level of care at the right time and, where necessary, supporting a person’s transition through different levels of care, increasing or decreasing in intensity as appropriate.

Who can access it?

Anyone seeking information or connection to the services that operate within the NCPHN region. NCPHN anticipates that initially the service will receive most of its referrals from General Practitioners. However, community members, their carers and other service providers will also be encouraged to use this service to identify appropriate services.

Request for Proposals

The Request for Proposals (RFP) process is managed via the NCPHN TenderLink Portal. Anyone wishing to review the RFP documents must register on TenderLink to access these, and all enquiries must be submitted through the portal.

The closing time and date for lodgement of proposals is 6:00pm on Friday 24 May 2019.

NCPHN’s Tenderlink Portal can be found at:

www.tenderlink.com/ncphn

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