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The deadline was Monday 24 April 2017
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

“Headscape: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Focus” Platform development

5 Incomplete applications

5 SME, 0 large

6 Completed applications

6 SME, 0 large

Important dates

Published
Monday 10 April 2017
Deadline for asking questions
Monday 17 April 2017 at 11:59pm GMT
Closing date for applications
Monday 24 April 2017 at 11:59pm GMT

Overview

Summary of the work
Headscape Greenwich is a website that has been developed by the Trust with young people.

This aim is to improve access to self-management resource and improve communication.

Further development is required and the specification agreed by the project team will be informed by a co-design process with young people.
Latest start date
11/05/2017
Expected contract length
12 weeks
Location
London
Organisation the work is for
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Budget range
£9,000 to £12,500 (maximum)

About the work

Why the work is being done
Headscape Greenwich is a website that has been developed by Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, in conjunction with young people, to help with accessing resources for mental health problems.

This aim is to improve access to self-management resource, improve communication between families and professional, including teachers and primary care as well the ADHD team.

The platform, provisionally called “Headscape: ADHD Focus” will provide resources for teachers to help support children in schools with ADHD.

We are looking for an experienced developer to further develop work on the “Health Locker” platform for it to meet the requirements of the project.
Problem to be solved
The team are engaged in a co-design process with young people and families to refine the user needs and specifications for the platform for the purposes of the pilot project.

The team will produce a set of specifications that will be required and anticipate working with the developer to agree the subsequent development of the “Health Locker” platform, if necessarily appropriately prioritizing development in to a series of sprints and user testing over a 12 week period.
Who the users are and what they need to do
The users will be the healthcare professionals in the team, young people, their parents, education professionals
Early market engagement
Any work that’s already been done
Existing team
The specialist will be working with the Oxleas Integrated Children Service ADHD Team in Greenwich. This a mixed team of experienced clinical professionals, and a project manager and researcher recruited for this project.
Current phase
Beta

Work setup

Address where the work will take place
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, Bungalow 3 Wensley Close, Eltham, London SE9 5AB
Working arrangements
We expect the selected specialist to largely work remotely following 1-2 initial meetings to agree the specification and timing of sprints. We also anticipate 1-2 face-to-face sessions with the specialist team and the project team to handover the developed platform and familiarisation with the funcationality at the end of the development sprint(s), to be arranged at covenient time and place dependent on the each parties’ requirements. We anticipate that updates will be conducted via email, video-calling, or telephone conference.
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Additional information

Additional terms and conditions

Skills and experience

Buyers will use the essential and nice-to-have skills and experience to help them evaluate suppliers’ technical competence.

Essential skills and experience
  • Have User Led Design expertise (UX/UI) – 15 points
  • Have the ability to scale solutions to enterprise level performance – 8 points
  • Have expertise in the development and deployment of OpenSource software – 8 points
  • Have expertise with the integration of clinical systems and associated messaging standards – 15 points
  • Have experience and understanding of Information Governance in a healthcare setting – 15 points
  • Have an understanding of the Patient Health Record landscape in the UK and beyond – 15 points
  • Be able to deploy resources and initiate work immediately following selection - estimated as May 11 2017 – 15 points
  • Have experience of working in a mental health healthcare setting – 15 points
  • Experience of full clinical systems integration – 15 points
  • Have expertise with creating and executive a robust QA & implementation plan for both ALPHA and BETA – 10 points
  • Experience/knowledge of content management solutions – 8 points
  • Experience of developing mobile first website for all device types – 15 points
  • Experience developing mobile apps (native/IoS/Android) – 10 points
  • Experience/understanding of current prototype technology elements – being Java-based web application deployed to the Apache Tomcat server – 15 points
Nice-to-have skills and experience
  • Utilise an Agile Software Development methodology – 10 points
  • Demonstrate data visualisation expertise – 10 points
  • Provide evidence of delivery of patient focussed digital healthcare applications – 15 points
  • Demonstrate an understanding of NHS and healthcare Research data models and datasets – 15 points

How suppliers will be evaluated

How many suppliers to evaluate
3
Proposal criteria
  • The proposed approach and methodology – 10 points
  • How the approach or solution meets Oxleas organisational strategies – 10 points
  • Proposed timeframes for the work – 15 points
  • The proposed technical solution – 15 points
Cultural fit criteria
  • Transparent and collaborative when making decisions – 10 points
  • Work as a team in a collaborative manner with the Trust and other suppliers – 15 points
  • Be kind and considerate in liaising and working with patients with mental health problems – 15 points
  • Presentation – 25 points
Payment approach
Capped time and materials
Assessment methods
  • Written proposal
  • Case study
  • Work history
  • Presentation
Evaluation weighting

Technical competence

50%

Cultural fit

15%

Price

35%

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