Information for the market


 

The NHS and County Council in Surrey are planning what children and young people’s emotional wellbeing and mental health services should be available in the future.  Surrey CCGs and Surrey County Council are planning to issue a combined Invitation to Tender (ITT) for these services.  On 28 January 2020 commissioners hosted a second engagement event (the first was held on 15 October 2019) to provide detail on the draft Overarching Service Specification and seek answers to questions in relation to the service.  Please see below the information shared, feedback received and attendees for both events.

 

 

Supporting documents for Market Engagement event held on 29 January 2020:

Market Engagement event presentation slides [pdf, 400kb]

Draft Overarching Service Specification [pdf, 1Mb]

Service Specification Questions [pdf, 500kb]

Draft Contract Schedule 4 – Quality Requirements [pdf, 700kb]

Market Engagement event questions and feedback [pdf, 300kb]

Market Engagement event attendees [pdf, 100kb]

 

 

Supporting documents for Market Engagement event held on 15 October 2019:

 

Market Engagement event presentation slides [pdf, 1Mb]

Market Engagement event notes [pdf, 500kb] - record of questions discussed with the market and queries posed to commissioners

Market Engagement event attendees [pdf, 100kb] - list of attendees providing permission for their details to be published

 

Commissioners are happy to provide an opportunity for organisations attending these events to describe the nature of their offer and the benefits they bring to children and young people.  Information about those who have taken up this chance can be found below.  Contact details can be obtained from the Attendee List above or from the document below.

Voluntary Sector Organisations offering EWMH Support [pdf, 100kb]

 

Information Technology

The document below describes Surrey County Council’s technical requirements for IT system(s) to support the Children & Young People Emotional Wellbeing Service being commissioned in partnership with the NHS in Surrey.

Technical Solution Requirements Specification* [pdf, 600kb]

* this document is draft, comments are welcome

 


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