Welcome. As a vendor doing business with the University of Virginia Medical Center, you are provided a copy of the Medical Center's Compliance Code of Conduct and "Facts about False Claims" Appendix. Please see the attached file below. It describes the federal False Claims Act, the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act, the Medical Center's policies and procedures for preventing and detecting fraud, waste and abuse, and whistleblower protections in law and Medical Center policy for those reporting fraud, waste and abuse. To the extent required by law and as a Medical Center vendor, you agree to require all of your employees directly providing services to the Medical Center to comply with any and all applicable laws, rules or regulations related thereto.

Compliance Code of Conduct (PDF)

Formal Competitive Procurements Currently Open For Vendor Response

The University of Virginia Medical Center has the following formal competitive procurements currently open for vendor response. Interested vendors are invited to contact the senior contract negotiator for additional information & documentation.

All vendor responses are due to the senior contract negotiator no later than the Closing Date & Time indicated below, and in accordance with the proposal submission requirements as further specified in the documentation.

Formal competitive procurements are subject to the Medical Center's contractual provisions: Contractual Provisions (PDF) Purchase Order Terms & Conditions (PDF) 

RFP SH-041621 UVA HEALTH CRM/PRM

SHELLEY HAWKINS

Shelley.Hawkins@virginia.edu

UVA Health is extending the submission period by two weeks to offer respondents more time to prepare their submissions.  Please note that we understand that not all vendors will have all the components listed in the RFP.  In particular, it is not required that vendors submit for both CRM and PRM functionality and we understand that different vendors may or may not supply some of the data, analysis, reporting, predictive or modeling tools mentioned in the RFP.  This is expected and those are elements we expect to use in the future, but aren’t hard requirements for vendors.

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