In its simplest form, commissioning involves an ongoing process of planning and purchasing of services to meet the health needs of local populations.
As a commissioning organisation, COORDINARE is involved in a continual cycle of developing and implementing services and related initiatives based on a planning, design, procurement, monitoring, review and evaluation cycle involving providers, communities and consumers.
As part of the commissioning process, COORDINARE will release Tenders, Requests for Proposals, and Expression of Interest for the delivery of primary health care programs or services. Full details of these opportunities and related processes will be available through COORDINARE's electronic procurement portal. Registration is free and enables you to be automatically notified whenever a relevant tender opportunity is released. Please click on this link to access the portal: www.tenderlink.com/coordinare/
See the user guide for the COORDINARE TenderLink portal here.
You are encouraged to register on our electronic procurement portal in order to be notified of future opportunities.
For details on how to write a successful tender application view this webinar.
Recent announcements about commissioning activity
- COORDINARE announced last year more than $4.3 million in funding for new mental health and suicide prevention services for people who live in South Eastern NSW. Read the media release for further information.
- COORDINARE announced more than $1.7 million in Commonwealth funding for eight new programs to help reduce overweight and obesity levels, and promote healthy and active ageing for people who live in South Eastern NSW. Read the media release for further information.
- COORDINARE recently announced funding for a new drug and alcohol treatment service for people who live in the Eurobodalla region. Read more here.
Strengthening Capacity and Coordination of Community Based Palliative and End of Life in South Eastern NSW - Phase 2
COORDINARE - South Eastern NSW PHN invites expressions of interest (EOI) from suitable organisations or collaborations to apply for funding as part of phase 2 of this initiative to assist in strengthening integrated palliative and end of life care service capacity in the community.
Applications close January 14, 2019