SEMPHN is seeking proposals from suitably qualified organisations to undertake a Chronic Disease Service Mapping Project in our catchment.
A grant of between $300,000 and $500,000 is available for the work, which will contribute to SEMPHN improving chronic disease services for people in the region.
There are four key outcomes:
- Development of a process map that identifies the health services that patients access in the prevention and management of chronic disease, and how patients interact with and move through the health system.
- Documentation of the patient experience in accessing services for the management of chronic disease. This includes a profile of the lived experience of managing chronic disease in the SEMPHN region.
- Mapping services that are accessed by clients in the prevention and management of chronic disease, including diagnostic facilities, allied health, primary care, specialist and acute services.
- Development of an optimal model of care strategic framework and co-designed recommendations for chronic disease management in the SEMPHN region.
- Tenders open: 27 October 2017
- Closing date for questions in Tenderlink: 2pm, 24 November 2017
- Tenders close: 3pm, 1 December 2017
- Contract commencement: 18 December, 2017
- Contract ends: 30 June, 2018.
To see full details, register your interest and apply for these tenders, go to SEMPHN's Tenderlink page. Please note, all questions about the tenders must be asked via the online forum on SEMPHN’s Tenderlink page.