RFP - Baseline data capture for Cultural Competence, Partnership and Health Equity initiatives
19 September 2018
The Medical Council of New Zealand (the Council) in partnership with Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa (Te ORA), invites proposals from suitable providers to capture, collate, analyse and deliver quality reporting on baseline data to establish the current status of cultural competence of doctors working in New Zealand and the cultural safety of patients receiving health care from those doctors.
This is a unique opportunity to be part of a significant New Zealand-wide initiative to improve cultural competence and cultural safety in the health care environment, with the ultimate aim of optimising health outcomes.
The process for interested respondents is:
- Submit a Notice of Intention to our Point of Contact. This must be done by 5 October 2018.
- Submit your proposal using the RFP Response Form, noting all requirements and including all information requested in the RFP to our Point of Contact. This must be done by 31 October 2018.
The following are the key documents relating to this RFP:
- Request for Proposal - Baseline data capture for Cultural Competence, Partnership and Health Equity initiatives
- Notice of Intention
- RFP Response Form
- RFP Questions and Answers
Please note: No verbal communication will be entered into with regards to this RFP. All enquiries, questions, and requests for clarification related to this RFP are to be directed in writing to our Point of Contact (email is acceptable).
Our Point of Contact:
Strategic Project Manager
Medical Council of New Zealand
PO Box 10509
RFP closes at 5:00 pm 31 October 2018.