Essex Wellbeing Service Tender – Support better outcomes for the population of Essex

Posted on: May 19, 2021

Dear member of the Essex Alliance,


As you may be aware, the procurement process for the new Essex Wellbeing Service contract will be commencing shortly.  At Provide we have been taking this opportunity to do everything we can to build on existing expertise but also radically upgrade our service, reach and crucially further develop the partnerships that will be so crucial to delivering a successful and integrated service model.  As the incumbent provider of a number of the services in scope we plan on bidding as lead contractor, however, want to ensure that we are we are operating this contract in a fully collaborative way, working closely with as many partners as we can, connecting across the entire health, care and wider wellbeing ecosystem in Essex to better benefit both service users and the wider population.


Building on the above, we welcome the opportunity to have a conversation with you about aligning our efforts to produce mutually beneficial tender that will support better outcomes and integrated care for the population of Essex.

If you welcome a conversation please email [email protected]



Author: Steering Member
Categories: News

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