LondonADASS is seeking to commission an experienced online solutions company to deliver a web-based portal which will serve multiple purposes, but ultimately strives to improve the quality of adult social care services across London
The portal will enable the sharing of data across London Boroughs and will also allow sub regions and individual boroughs to further define measures independent of the London wide core set of quality standards. This will improve the sharing of knowledge and achieve administrative efficiencies around out-of-borough care settings which are of interest.
There will also be a facility for Local Authorities to specify their specific requirements regarding the capture and analysis of:
- Performance returns forming part of their contracts with providers
- Further internal quality standards if there are measures in addition to the agreed regional / sub regional core standards
Local Authorities work closely with their Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and it is envisaged that the portal will include data sources that are actively monitored by the CCG and connect with existing technology solutions which support quality and provider management. This will enable sharing of real-time service data including (but not limited to) care home capacity information, and open up key measures to partners, providing a broader depth of knowledge across the care sector at a local authority level and access to the core standards at the sub regional and regional level.
The portal will be a valuable tool for Care Providers as it will have a self-reporting facility and will be designed with the intent of reducing the current duplication of reporting that providers encounter in the delivery of their reporting obligations to Local Authorities, CCGs and the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The facility will subsequently provide integrated quality dashboards that are accessible to and meet the requirements of both the health and social care markets.
For more information, please review the service specification
The contract value is £66,000 per annum (including VAT) with a duration of 3 years in the first instance
If interested, please send to email@example.com by noon Friday 19 March 2019 the following:
- Expression of interest (4 sides of A4 max)
- CVs of those who will be working on the project
- Outline project plan for the course of the three years (including assurance of delivering the service within the agreed cash envelope
- Examples of other projects that you have completed within this area
Interviews have been reschedueld and will take place from 09:30 – 13:00 on Thursday 28 March 2019 at 59½ Southwark St, London SE1 0AL
Closing date for applications is noon Tuesday 19 March 2019