CWC21047MW - Electronic Scheduling System for Home Reablement
Main contract details
The purpose of this Soft Market Test (SMT) is to seek input from potential suppliers within the market to establish the type of software and functionality that is available for a Scheduling/Rostering/Routing/Outcome monitoring solution for our in house Reablement Service (HARP), utilising smartphone technology.
The SMT will provide an opportunity for Wolverhampton City Council (the Council) to obtain an insight into how potential suppliers might approach the delivery of this service and gain an understanding into the likely level of interest from the market.
The information gained from the SMT will assist the Council in determining the most effective way of packaging and scoping requirements for any future procurement exercise.
Our In-House Home Assisted Reablement Service (HARP) provides reablement support to around 80 people per day in their own homes visiting between one and four times each day as required.
he service operates with a manager, four team leaders and an administrator in the office and 33 domiciliary reablement support workers.
We want to ensure the service is as efficient as possible going forward so that we can support as many people as possible who are discharged from hospital or who require support to remain at home. We feel that moving from the current spreadsheets, paperwork, whiteboards and fixed geographical runs could provide better staff rostering, route planning, remote communications and client outcome updates.
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From 13/04/2021 12:00 to 07/05/2021 12:00