Pre-Tender Briefing for the Continuity of Service - Request for Proposal

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Continuity of Service (CoS) Program – Commissioning Soon and Pre-Tender Briefing Announcement

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The Adelaide PHN has recommenced the commissioning process for the CoS Progam and has rescheduled the Pre-Tender Briefing.

Adelaide PHN will soon be inviting applications from suitably qualified and experienced organisations to deliver the Continuity of Service (CoS) Program and will be holding a pre-tender briefing to support potential providers with preparing their application.

This program will provide psychosocial support activities for clients who previously accessed support under Partners in Recovery (PIR), Support for Day to Day Living in the Community (D2DL) and Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) and who have been found ineligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The services will be commissioned via an open tender process (Request for Proposal (RFP)) which we anticipate releasing early in June 2020. The services will form part of the Commonwealth Government’s Psychosocial Support for People with Severe Mental Illness measure.

The webinar access details will be emailed to you prior to the briefing on 1 June 2020.

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Adelaide PHN will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of primary healthcare services in our region, and improve the coordination of patient care. Reaching from Sellicks Hill to Angle Vale and from the foothills to the sea, Adelaide PHN encompasses a community of some 1.2 million people.

Adelaide PHN is not a service provider but is focused on commissioning services. Guided by community, clinical and stakeholder input, Adelaide PHN has a clear goal of improving health outcomes for the community. For more information about PHNs, click here.






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