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CTDOC or Department seeks experienced Respondent to provide pharmacy services
|Agency:||State Government of Connecticut|
|Level of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted Date:||Dec 5, 2018|
|Due Date:||Dec 28, 2018|
|Solicitation No:||Inmate Pharmacy Services RFP2018|
|Organization||Correction, Department of|
|Project/Solicitation #||Inmate Pharmacy Services RFP2018|
|Solicitation Type||Request for Proposal|
|Summary||CTDOC or Department seeks experienced Respondent to provide pharmacy services|
|Contact Name||Michael B. Greene|
|Additional Description||CTDOC is looking for Central Fill, Clinical Pharmacy/Pharmacist Services and Formulary development and management services. Services include centralized prescription processing (central fill). The central fill pharmacy processes a request from the originating requestors to prepare a drug order and fulfill from a centralized operation. Medications are to be packaged by blister pack or other individualized orders that are prepared for distribution to the patients. Bulk medications are also prepared by the central fill operation and distributed to the facilities for their stocking of supply to fulfill prescription orders. The central fill pharmacy is designed to fill prescriptions for the correctional population of the State of Connecticut. Under the adopted concept of operation, the Central Fill Facility will receive pharmaceuticals in both bulk and individual dispense form; package bulk pharmaceuticals into specific unit dose packs and blister cards; label and sort medications as required; and provide bar-code validation matching the drug to the specific requirements. The Department’s primary objective is to provide appropriate pharmaceutical interventions that contribute to quality care and overall reductions in healthcare costs. Maintaining continuity of care is a priority of the Department and the State of Connecticut. This Request for Proposals contemplates the creation of a Professional Services Contract as defined by Connecticut law. As set forth herein, the Department may determine that a multi-source award is most beneficial to the State of Connecticut. Contract(s) will be awarded to the most responsive and responsible respondent(s) found to be in the best interest of the State of Connecticut and not necessarily to the lowest price vendor.|
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