Pipeline Framework: NHS Northern, Eastern and Western Devon CCG – Expressions of Interest for Provision of Care Home Beds in Holsworthy and its hinterlands to support people at end of life, support th
A pipeline has been launched for NHS Northern, Eastern and Western Devon CCG – Expressions of Interest for Provision of Care Home Beds in Holsworthy and its hinterlands to support people at end of life, support the avoidance of hospital admission and facilitation of timely discharge.The contract start Date is 18 February 2019. Approach to market date is 15 February 2019.NHS Northern, Eastern and Western Clinical Commissioning Group wish to seek Expressions of Interest (EOI) from Care Home providers to provide 3 Care Home Beds to support the avoidance of hospital admission and facilitation of timely discharge.Description of Service RequiredThe service will be targeted at those individuals who a) have end of life needs that cannot be met within their own home environment,b) to support those people who do not require a hospital admission following an escalation of need, care package breakdown or to avoid carer crisis but can not longer stay at home c) are unable to go home at the point of leaving hospital, but require a short term period of MDT rehabilitation/reablement in a Care Home, prior to either being ready for transfer home, identification of long term needs or the availability of a package of care.Specifically, this service will provide:Placement of an individual in an appropriate Care Home Delivery of care needs as determined prior to transfer into the Care HomeRehabilitation and reablement of individuals by community OT and Physiotherapy Services as part of the Community MDT Delivery of the rehabilitation programme between MDT visits.Identification and arrangement of onward care needs where appropriateFull details are provided in the specificationThe CCG is interested in obtaining expressions of interest from providers in the market for this serviceThis is a potential opportunity from the government, and the pipeline gives advance notice of an opportunity that might be offered by the public sector in the future – allowing potential suppliers to plan accordingly. When a public sector organisation publishes a pipeline notice, it does not necessarily mean that an opportunity will be offered in the future.For more information contact: NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit, South Plaza, Bristol BS1 3NX. Email: email@example.com (Mark Harding)
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