Pre-commercial Procurement of innovative ICT-enabled integrated care solutions to advance multidisciplinary health and care for patients with chronic heart failure
Pre-commercial Procurement of innovative ICT-enabled integrated care solutions to advance multidisciplinary health and care for patients with chronic heart failure
Phase I has started

We are pleased to introduce our six Phase I suppliers that want to tackle the challenges with us!

Have a look at the suppliers section to learn more about each of them.
Phase I
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Deadline for Call-offs for Phase II - 15 August

Evaluation finished - Phase I started on 01 June

About US
Who?

Five public procurers from five countries will jointly procure an ICT-enabled integrated care solution to effectively support the management of a multidisciplinary care and support model for people living with Chronic Heart Failure (CHF).

For whom?

INCAREHEART could serve 1,320,000 patients with heart failure when fully rolled out in the procurer countries. The INCAREHEART solution will at its core seamlessly integrate into existing ICT systems, but also into processes and working practices.

What?

Building on the partial advances seen in integrated healthcare delivery, for the first time a range of features will be integrated into a modular solution to effectively bring different care providers, family carers, and patients into a shared CHF care pathway cutting across diagnosis, acute care and jointly managed long term care.

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Proven ability to cover the different health systems promises INCAREHEART suppliers’ easy entry into other EU markets and beyond, a very strong contribution to overcoming fragmentation of demand and fostering the global market.

Why?

Introducing seamless transitional care processes are expected to effectively reduce emergency care needs, hospitalisation rates as well as increase treatment adherence.

When?

The project has started in February 2021, OMCs started in June 2021, and procurement is envisaged before Christmas 2021.

What is PCP?

Competitive development in phases

In PCP, public procures buy R&D from several competing suppliers in parallel to compare alternative approaches and identify the most cost-effective solutions that the market can deliver for their requirements. R&D is divided into phases (solution design, prototyping, initial development and validation/testing of a limited number of initial products), with the number of competing R&D providers reduced after each R&D phase.
Our OMC

Scope document for the OMC

If you would like to better understand what is expected in INCAREHEART have a look at this detailed description of the building blocks and use cases. Please note that this is draft information with the purpose of consulting the market and that it might differ from the final versions included in the Call for Tenders.

Matchmaking

If you are searching partners for a joint tender and would like to appear on the Matchmaking section of this website, you can register by completing the OMC questionnaire. This part of the questionnaire will remain open until the closure of the Call for Tenders.