22 Dec 15 New Contract Awards To Consider In Your Strategy
New contracts spark new competition – in every market. We monitor every government health and human service contract opportunity—from the federal government to local county awards—and track down the winning proposals when we can. These are some of the most recent winning proposals that we have gathered – some light reading for developing strategy. [Editor’s note – to download the PDF of the original RFP and the winning proposal, go to “Winning Proposal” found under “Contract Award Information”.]
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources awarded a $200,000,000 contract to Aetna to provide statewide physical and behavioral health managed care services for children and youth in the foster care system and individuals receiving adoption assistance. The Health Plan and UniCare also responded to this solicitation.
The Connecticut Department of Administrative Services awarded a $24,875,000 contract to Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. to provide workers compensation third-party administrator services. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The Colorado Department of Human Services awarded multiple contracts that added up to $22,150,332 to develop and execute a comprehensive and statewide Mobile Crisis, Walk-In Crisis, Crisis Stabilization, and Crisis Respite Services network. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
California’s San Diego County Probation Department awarded a $15,275,000 contract to Healthcare Services, Inc. to provide community transition center services for adult offenders. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health Services Division awarded two contracts that totaled $11,149,942 to McAlister Institute and Vista Hill Foundation to provide nonresidential adult alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment and recovery centers for transition age youth, adults, and older adults with alcohol and other drug-induced problems, including co-occurring mental health disorders.
The Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services awarded a $7,000,000 contract to G4S Secure Solutions, Inc. to provide safe alternative transportation for adults and children subject to a temporary detention order issued pursuant to Va. Code Article 4 of Section 37.2 (Adults) or Article 16 of Section 16.1 Chapter 11 (Children) et seq., in such a way as to decriminalize the process and reduce stigma. There were three unsuccessful bidders reported for this solicitation.
Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Health Care Services awarded a $3,500,000 contract to Health Management Systems, Inc. to perform medical claims cost avoidance and post payment recovery services. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The Texas Lubbock Independent School District awarded a $2,000,000 contract to Voya/ReliaStar Life Insurance Company to provide health plan stop-loss insurance services. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The Wyoming Department of Corrections awarded a $1,813,081 contract to Gateway Foundation, Inc. to provide in-prison addiction treatment services at an intensive outpatient level. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Health Care Services awarded a $784,519 contract to Myers and Stauffer, LC to provide desk and onsite audits of claims for services delivered by Medicaid-enrolled providers to Medicaid-eligible clients. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The Colorado Department of Human Services awarded a $430,000 contract to Illuminate Colorado to provide childcare services to support families—with a focus on mothers—experiencing addiction. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The Wyoming Department of Health awarded a $400,000 contract to Warehouse Twenty-One, Inc. to provide Substance Abuse Prevention and CDD Rx Awareness Campaign media and media evaluation services. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The Southern California Regional Rail Authority awarded a $181,500 contract to Advanced Workplace Strategies, Inc. to provide drug and alcohol program management services. There were no additional responses reported for this solicitation.
The Oregon Health Authority awarded multiple rate contracts to provide Coordinated Care Organization 2.0 services. Marion Polk Coordinated Care, Inc., Northwest Coordinated Care Organization, LLC (Moda Health Plan, Inc.), Primary Health, and West Central Coordinated Care Organization, LLC (Moda Health Plan, Inc.) also responded to this solicitation.
The Nebraska Department of Administrative Services awarded a rate contract to UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company to provide fully insured short-term and long-term disability insurance services. Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company, Life Insurance Company of North America, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, ReliaStar Life Insurance Company, and United of Omaha Life Insurance Company also responded to this solicitation.
For more, we have more than 2,710 winning proposals that you can review in The OPEN MINDS Government RFP & Contract Database if you are a Premium-level or Elite-level subscriber to the OPEN MINDS Circle. And don’t forget our Winning Proposal FOIA service. The OPEN MINDS team can also request any winning proposal (for these or any other opportunity) at no charge for Premium and Elite members.
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