Tenders are invited to develop and deliver a summative assessment for the MedTech NAVIGATOR Programme (2019-2022) that complies with and satisfies the requirements of the European Regional Development Fund.
The MedTech NAVIGATOR programme is a platform that will help transfer clinical knowledge and insight into the NHS MedTech innovation landscape to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) by facilitating access to clinical stakeholders within Health Enterprise East (HEE) member network and beyond. This will support MedTech businesses during the early product development phase, resulting in increased knowledge of the NHS, and collaboration between SMEs and healthcare institutions. As a result, SMEs will be enabled to develop products that both help deliver better health outcomes at lower cost and stimulate economic growth.
This ERDF funded programme commenced on 1st November 2019 and will be delivered by Health Enterprise East.
The successful provider will:
- Design a methodology to carry out the summative assessment that incorporates ERDF requirements, considers ERDF guidance and builds on the Summative Assessment Logic Model that has already been submitted to the Managing Authority (Ministry for Hosuing, Communities and Local Government). This Logic Model is provided with the tender documentation.
- Review and collate our delivery data and evidence of benefit and impact additional to that already required for normal reporting, if necessary, to meet the needs of the summative assessment, over and following a three-year period.
- Complete Interim & Final Summative assessment report and required summary findings report.
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The project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).