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UNDP Vietnam is seeking for 01 qualified Vietnamese firm to develop and pilot a software for remote medical consultation, examination and treatment to improve the grassroots health capacity.
In recent years, Vietnam’s health sector, in general, and the medical examination and treatment system, in particular, has gained many important achievements. Hospitals' facilities and equipment have been better invested and developed; more advanced medical techniques and technologies have been applied in medical examination and treatment. People’s accessibility to medical services has been improved. These contributes to the cure of many who suffer from serious and critical diseases, which were previously incurable or required overseas health care.
The Department of Information Technology recognizes that it is necessary and urgent to strengthen the application of Telemedicine in medical examinations and consultations in general and to improve the grassroots health system in particular. The Information Technology Department desires to develop and implement a software for remote medical consultation, examination and treatment at the grassroots level.
The objective of the consultancy service is to develop a web-based software for commune health workers to receive medical examination and treatment at commune health centers; At the same time, it can connect online via video conferences with doctors from higher-level hospitals (district, provincial, and central levels) through built-in webcams in laptops or PCs at commune health centers. People can install the software on smart mobile devices to make a health care appointment, receive and follow health and public health care news and information from the State’s health management authorities.
The selection will be based on a competitive basis and will comply with UNDP procurement regulations. Request for Proposal with enclosed TOR and evaluation criteria as well as Submission forms are attached.
Luu Ngoc Diep
304 Kim Ma, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: +84 24 38500100
Direct: +84 24 38500200
Submission deadline: Thursday, 20 August 2020 (Hanoi time)