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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. 

EOI open for General Practices – Stepped mental health care trial (NWMPHN)
North Western Melbourne PHN (NWMPHN) has been selected as one of three sites nationally to work with the University of Melbourne, to test a structured approach to identifying mental health need and triaging patients into appropriate treatment.

Using a brief, purpose-designed online tool, patients are assessed, receive feedback on their responses and a chance to prioritise their areas of concern, and are provided with suggested treatment options matched to their assessment results.

For some patients, their suggested treatment will include working with a Care Navigator (employed by the trial) who is based in the practice and assists GPs with developing care plans and linking patients into relevant local services. Patients will continue to see their GP for all other medical care.

We are currently seeking six practices to work with us on this Australian-first trial. Practices will be awarded a participation grant of $500 per month.

Who can apply?

General practices that can accommodate the following requirements may be eligible:

  • are interested in testing new ways of delivering mental health care
  • see at least 100 patients aged between 18-75 per day
  • can provide a room for patients to attend trial appointments
  • agree to their reception staff asking patients to complete a short questionnaire on an iPad or similar tablet (tablets will be provided by the PHN)

No closing date (Ongoing)
All catchment area submissions welcome

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Headspace Lead Agency-Expression of Interest (CHN & Coordinaire)

 

Capital Health Network (CHN)-Australian Capital Territory Primary Health Network,and COORDINARE-South Eastern New South Wales Primary Health Network, invite Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from providers interested in submitting a Request for Proposal (RFP) to become a lead agency for headspace services in Canberra, Queanbeyan and Bega Valley.
headspace offers early intervention services for 12 to 25 year olds across the key areas of mental health; related physical health; social and vocational support; and alcohol and other drug use.
headspace Canberra and Queanbeyan are currently operated by headspace Services Limited, a subsidiary of headspace National Office. headspace Bega Valley is a new headspace service, funded in the most recent round of headspace services and is yet to be established.

Closes 27 September 5.00 pm AEST

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Expression of Interest - Consultancy opportunities with Primary Health Tasmania (PHTAS)
This Expression of Interest is an invitation from Primary Health Tasmania to suitably qualified suppliers to be included on a register of consultancy providers to be considered for future projects. Work to be undertaken by Primary Health Tasmania during 2017-18 will occur across a range of areas including health planning, service design and evaluation.

Closing 27 September 2:00 pm AEST

Primary Health TAS Tenderlink
Intention to Commission of a New Headspace Service in Melton (NWMPHN)
In early June 2017 the Federal Government announced a new headspace service for Melton, to be commissioned by North Western Melbourne PHN.
headspace offers early intervention services for 12 to 25 year olds across the key areas of mental health; related physical health; social and vocational support; and alcohol and other drug use. The new service will provide a real boost for youth mental and related physical health in the region and is great reward for effort for all who have been advocating for increased youth health services in Melbourne's west.

Closes 27 September 4:00 pm AEST

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RIPERN Scholarship Grant (Murray PHN)
The RIPERN (Rural and Isolated Practice Endorsed Registered Nurses) Scholarship Grants aims to support the expanded scope of practice of acute nursing staff in rural communities within the Murray PHN catchment. For this grant round, there are packages of up to $10,000.00 (ex GST) each to cover the cost of training and related incidental expenses.

Closes 27 October 4:00 pm AEST

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Expression of Interest (EOI)-Innovation Small Grants Program 2017-18 (Gippsland PHN)

Would you like to improve the quality of the care provided by your health services? Do you have an innovative idea to improve health outcomes in your region? 
Two grant funding streams are available:

1. Expressions of Interest are sought to provide seed funding to support the development of community-based health promotion and prevention projects and activities that can be embedded into ongoing practice. Grants will be awarded for innovative projects that are aligned with Gippsland PHN strategic objectives, principles and identified health priorities. Two options are available: up to $25,000 for health services, or up to $5,000 for consumer-centred and/or driven, or delivered by community groups.
2. Expressions of Interest are sought from health providers, including but not limited to GPs, allied health providers and pharmacists, to deliver innovative after-hours services that will assist to decrease the rate of primary care type presentations to the region's Emergency Departments. Grants up to $30,000 are available, with opportunity for partnership or Consortia approaches to grant applications.

Projects delivered through these grants must be completed by 30 June 2018. Projects must demonstrate that the seed funding has enabled the project's activities to become part of business as usual activities, therefore contributing to health system improvement for Gippsland.

Closes 28 September 5:00 pm AEST

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Expression of Interest (EOI)-Innovation Small Grants Program 2017-18 (GPHN)

Would you like to improve the quality of the care provided by your health services?
Do you have an innovative idea to improve health outcomes in your region?

Gippsland PHN is a not for profit primary health organisation with the key objectives of:

    (a) increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes; and
    (b) improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time.

Two grant funding streams are available.

Closes 28 September 5:00 pm AEST

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Recognise, Respond, Refer – Integrated Health Response to Domestic & Family Violence (BSPHN)

Brisbane South PHN invites eligible organisations to submit a proposal to develop and deliver a program of training and education to a cohort of General Practices across the South Brisbane PHN region.

The purpose of the program is to build the capacity of the primary health care sector, in particular general practice staff, to identify signs of Domestic & Family Violence; sensitively make enquiries; and effectively respond.

The specialist training will deliver the following program objectives:

  • Development and delivery of education (in consultation with Brisbane South PHN) to inform General Practices on the issues of Domestic & Family Violence, how to safely respond, who to refer to and where to seek support and guidance;
  • Enable use of up to date referral guidelines and pathways to manage disclosures and identifications of abuse;
  • Robust, quality data that informs service model development, outcomes and performance.

Brisbane South PHN will work closely with successful service provider/s to establish this important service.
The initiative is expected to be established by 6th November 2017 and will be funded until 28th June 2019.

Closes 28 September 5.00 pm AEST

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Peer Support for Cancer Screening Project – RFP (ADPHN)
Add Content...The Adelaide PHN is requesting proposals from service providers for the provision of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Peer Support for Cancer Screening Project. The project aims to increase participation in screening and early detection of breast, bowel and cervical cancer for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in metropolitan Adelaide. Focused in geographic areas of low screening participation, the project will enable a service provider to engage Aboriginal workers as "peer ambassadors" to deliver culturally appropriate messages and information about cancer screening and advocate with primary health care services for improved culturally appropriate and coordinated approaches to cancer screening.

Closing 29 September 12:00 pm (SA)

Adelaide PHN Tenderlink
Psychological and Peer Services for People with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SWSPHN)

South Western Sydney PHN (SWSPHN) is seeking to commission a regional service which provides individual and group psychological interventions to people with severe and persistent mental illness, and which provide an adjunct peer based approach through the employment of dedicated peer workers. The role of the peer worker is to identify clients who may benefit from psychological intervention through soft entry points, such as day-to-day living programs. The peer worker will stay engaged with client throughout their treatment and provide connection to relevant wrap around psychosocial supports and services.

Closes 29 September 5.00pm AEST

SWSPHN Tenderlink

Expression of Interest - My Health for Life Darling Downs Region (DDWMPHN)
Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN, in collaboration with Diabetes Queensland, Stroke Foundation, Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland and the Heart Foundation, are looking for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from General Practices and Allied Health organisations to become provider organisations for My Health for Life. Funded by the State Government and delivered by the Healthier Queensland Alliance, the program encourages and supports participants to achieve and maintain healthy lifestyle goal.

Closes 2 October 5.00 pm AEST

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Rural Primary Health Service (RPHS) Sunshine Coast - Gympie LGA (OURPHN)
Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN (the PHN) is a commissioning organisation, inviting eligible organisations to submit proposals to develop and implement evidence-based multi-disciplinary allied health services, for children (3.5 - 5 years) identified as being developmentally and behaviourally vulnerable, in two or more AEDC domains.

Closes 5 October 5.00 pm AEST

OURPHN Tender Information

Accessible Psychological Interventions (API) Service - Bayside and/or Cardinia (SEMPHN)
SEMPHN is seeking to engage one or more suppliers to deliver Accessible Psychological Interventions (API)  in the LGAs of Bayside and Cardinia within our catchment. Suppliers may apply to provide the API service in more than one LGA.
API services are intended to support consumers with a mental illness who will benefit from the provision of individual, family and/or group psychological interventions from allied health professionals.
Successful applicants will commence service delivery by 1 February 2018 and will be offered a service agreement through to 30 June 2019 (Subject to confirmation of funding from the Commonwealth Department of Health). 

Closes 18 October 2017 3.00pm AEST

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