"Public health is purchasable. Within natural limitations, a community can determine its own death rate."
- Hermann M. Biggs, NYC Department of Health, 1914
The Fund for Public Health in New York (FPHNY), on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) is requesting proposals from organizations qualified to provide Implementation Agent services on behalf of the NYC DOHMH’s New York City Regional Electronic Adoption Center for Health (NYC REACH) to support health care practices with the adoption of Health Information Technology (HIT), interoperability, Health Information Exchange (HIE), and/or achievement of Meaningful Use (MU) Stage 1.
In particular this RFP serves to identify Implementation Agents who may work on behalf of one or both of the following NYC REACH programs to advance the use of HIT in New York City-based healthcare settings:
•HEAL 22 (Behavioral Health) Program - Implementation Agents with expertise in providing HIT implementation services within behavioral health settings.
•Meaningful Use (Primary Care and Specialist) Program - Implementation Agents able to assist primary care and specialist Medicaid eligible providers in the achievement of Meaningful Use.
For more information on the HEAL 22 program or Meaningful Use, please visit the NYC REACH website: http://www.nycreach.org/
Prospective Implementation Agents may apply for either the HEAL 22 program and/or the Meaningful Use program. Applying for one program will not impact consideration for the other program.
Interested applicants will find further information using the following links:
Please note that the Q & A Conference Call in Information has been changed. The new call in toll free number is 1-866-213-1863 & the new access code is 9345853. Please do not use the call in information which was included in the original RFP document.
The Fund for Public Health in New York (FPHNY), on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) is requesting proposals from medical practices interested in receiving patient education tablet kiosks for use in their practices. The NYC DOHMH’s Primary Care Information Project (PCIP) seeks to increase patient and family engagement in health care by placing tablet kiosks at select medical practices in New York City. Tablet kiosks allow patients and their caregivers to easily access their Personal Health Records (if available) and a wide variety of health-related educational resources.
Interested practices are strongly encouraged to submit their RFP responses by the first phase deadline of this RFP as additional tablet kiosks will not be awarded if all funds are expended during the first phase of this program. After the first phase, responses will be evaluated on a first come, first serve rolling basis, once per month while the RFP remains open.
Interested practices are invited to view the full RFP, including submission requirements and the Application below: