Clinical Knowledge Summaries
National Institute For Health And Care Excellence
Published date: 31 May 2022
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• Research and development services and related consultancy services – 73000000
Location of contract
North West, London
Value of contract
31 May 2022
5 July 2022
Contract start date
8 April 2023
Contract end date
7 April 2026
Open procedure (above threshold)
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The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, (“NICE”), established under the Health and Social Care Act 2012, is the executive Non-Departmental Public Body responsible for providing guidance and advice to support health and social care commissioners, providers and others to make sure that the care and preventative services provided are of the best possible quality and offers the best value for money. NICE has a statutory role that encompasses the development of quality standards, advice, information and recommendations about NHS, public health and social care services. NICE provides independent, evidence-based guidance on the most effective ways to prevent, diagnose and treat disease and ill health and reduce health inequalities, and operates an independent accreditation programme to validate the guidance production of external organisations. Documents describing the methods and process employed by NICE are available from NICE’s website (available at www.nice.org.uk ). The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence is seeking to procure a Clinical Knowledge Summaries (“CKS”) Service. The CKS Service will research topics and provide summaries of the best available evidence and practical guidance on best practice in an accessible, easy to use format aimed at Clinicians working in General Practice in the UK, British Overseas Territories and Crown dependencies (hereafter referred to as ‘the UK’), covering a full range of Primary Care Presentations. The CKS Service will support the strategic aims of NICE through the provision of a high quality, evidence-based resource covering a full range of common and/or significant Primary Care Presentations from the start of the service. It will be aimed at Clinicians working and training in General Practice and first contact settings in the UK and will be accessible through a range of NICE Digital Channels, managed and hosted by NICE, and presented in such a way as to allow easy use of the evidence-based resource to support patient consultations. PLEASE READ THE TENDER INSTRUCTION AND GUIDANCE SUBMISSION DOCUMENT OF HOW TO APPLY.
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