Doing Business with Shared Health
Procurement of all capital equipment and equipment related services and consumables as well as all corporate, multi-discipline and ancillary requirements.
We utilize the United Nations recommended UN Model Procurement Law in the form of Non-Binding Negotiated (NBN) competitive bid documents. The NBN format is revocable and non-binding and is governed under the General Law of Contracts rather than Canadian Competitive Bid Law.
Shared Health, as a MASH sector entity, adheres to the requirements under the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Competitive bids are posted to our tender service partner: Biddingo at www.biddingo.com.
Capital Equipment is considered to be items costing a minimum of $2,000 and associated with Laboratory or Diagnostic Imaging functions.
All capital equipment purchasing and leasing is facilitated through Shared Health Procurement.
The benefits of this process includes economies of scale, workflow planning and management, adherence to governmental purchasing regulations and ensuring appropriate use of funds, as well as technical compliance with Provincial standards.
Our terms and conditions are provided on-line for supplier reference:
- 020-10-26 - Standard Terms and Conditions
- 210-50-06 - Services Supplement
- 210-50-07 - Software Supplement
- 210-50-08 - Capital Equipment Supplement
- 210-50-09 - Products Supplement
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Manitoba eHealth secures additional project staff resources to supplement employee resources for the delivery of projects. The WRHA Logistics Services department maintains a Qualified Bidders List of Vendors who have been determined to have the necessary qualifications to provide Support Services in respect of one or more of the following categories:
- Clinical Informatics
- Organizational Change
- Project Management
- Project Management Support
- Vendors on the Qualified Bidders List have responded to a prior WRHA-issued Request for Qualifications, and have been qualified and entered into a support services agreement with the WRHA.
When supplemental project resources are required, Manitoba eHealth issues a Request for Resources (RFR). The RFR is issued only to vendors on the Qualified Bidders List. The RFR is issued and evaluated under the guidance of WRHA Logistics Services. WRHA Logistics Services then processes a contract with the selected vendor for the services.
For more information about doing business with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.