Last year, government agencies released 12,982 RFPs for health and human services and awarded over $11.3 billion in health and human service contracts. Earlier this month we reported on the “most read” RFPs that were issued (see Who’s Bidding On What? 2014’s Most Read Requests-For-Proposals From The OPEN MINDS RFP Hotline). And a couple of days ago, we reviewed some of the largest contract awards covered our team in 2014 – 2014’s Largest Contract Awards From The OPEN MINDS Contract Award Database. But contract awards are only part of the story. Writing the winning proposal is a key ingredient in government marketing (for more, check out this presentation in our industry library on proposal preparation, RFPs Remain A Marketing Priority and Can Your Marketing Skills Beat the Competition?). Here are the most downloaded winning proposals from the OPEN MINDS Winning Proposal Database.
$659,377,490 – Wexford Health Sources, Inc. winning proposal for Illinois Department of Corrections contract to provide comprehensive medical and mental health services to offenders at twenty-three adult correctional centers in order to maintain their health status, establish innovative and cost effective medical and administrative programs, and improve the quality of care, 2011 – see Illinois Awards Medical/Mental Health Care Services Contract to Wexford Health Sources, Inc. To read the RFP, see Healthcare Services For Illinois Department of Corrections.
$19,287,097 – Correct Care Solutions, LLC winning proposal for Maine Department of Corrections contract to provide comprehensive correctional health care services for the prisoners and residents in the Department and select county correctional facilities, 2012 – see Maine Awards Correctional Health Care Services Contract to Correct Care Solutions, LLC. To read the RFP, see Comprehensive Correctional Health Care Services.
$2,997,264 – Health Services Advisory Group, Inc. winning proposal for Illinois Department of Health Care and Family Services contract to provide external independent quality assurance oversight and monitoring services for managed care programs, 2012 – see Illinois Awards External Quality Review Services Contract to Health Services Advisory Group, Inc. To read the RFP, see External Independent Quality Assurance Oversight And Monitoring Services.
$74,450,315 – Value Options winning proposal for North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services contract to provide utilization review of behavioral health services, developmental disability case management services, and quality assurance review services, 2011 – see North Carolina Awards Utilization Review of Behavioral Health Services Contract to Value Options. To read the RFP, see Utilization Review Of Behavioral Health Services.
$758,062 – Milliman, Inc. winning proposal for Illinois Department of Health Care and Family Services contract to provide actuarial assistance in the development of actuarially sound rates for Managed Care Organizations participating in Illinois Medicaid or related medical programs, 2013 – see Illinois Awards Actuarial Analysis and Consulting Services Contract to Milliman, Inc. To read the RFP, see Actuarial Analysis And Consulting Services.
$1,680,000 – Niche Technology, Inc. winning proposal for Arizona Department of Public Safety contract to provide case management records system services to conduct statewide criminal and intelligence investigations, 2012 – see Arizona Awards Case Management Records System Services Contract to Niche Technology, Inc. To read the RFP, see Department Of Public Safety Case Management Records System.
$3,037,817 – Anasazi Software, Inc. winning proposal for California’s San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency, Adult and Children’s Mental Health Services contract to replace their legacy management information systems with a commercial off-the-shelf practice management and managed care system, 2006 – see California’s San Diego County Awards Mental Health Information System Contract to Anasazi Software, Inc. To read the RFP, see Mental Health Information Systems.
$1,914,097 – Westat, Inc. winning proposal for Michigan Department of Human Services seeks contract to use Title IV-E funds to test the hypothesis that an array of intensive and innovative home-based family preservation services tailored to the needs of individual families will reduce the number of children who enter out-of-home care, decrease the incidence and recurrence of maltreatment, and increase child and family well-being, 2013 – see Michigan Awards Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project Services Contract to Westat, Inc. To read the RFP, see Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project.
$39,084 – Deer Oaks EAP Services, LLC winning proposal for Texas Commission on Environmental Quality contract to provide counseling, assessment, intervention, and/or referral services for a state-wide employee assistance program, 2012 – see Texas Awards Employee Assistance Program Services Contract to Deer Oaks EAP Services, LLC. To read the RFP, see Employee Assistance Program Service Provider.
$11,999,980 – Connections Community Support Programs, Inc. winning proposal for Delaware Department of Correction contract to provide correctional mental health, substance abuse treatment, DUI programming, and sex offender treatment services, 2012 – see Delaware Awards Correctional Mental Health Services Contract to Connections Community Support Programs, Inc. To read the RFP, see Correctional Mental Health Services/Substance Abuse Treatment.
$1,590,000 – Microsoft Corporation winning proposal for California’s San Diego County Sheriff’s Department contract to provide a highly scalable, flexible, customizable, and seamlessly integrated evidence-based practice system (EBPS), 2014 – see California’s San Diego County Awards Evidence-Based Practice System Services Contract to Microsoft Corporation. To read the RFP, see Sheriff Department Evidence Based Practice System.
$3,666,060 – Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. winning proposal for Louisiana’s Imperial Calcasieu Human Services Authority contract to provide inpatient/residential treatment and detoxification services for indigent, adult chemically dependent men and women, 2014 – see Louisiana Awards Inpatient Residential Treatment and Detoxification Services Contract to Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. To read the RFP, see Inpatient/Residential Treatment And Detoxification Services For Chemically Dependent Men And Women.
$46,617,831 – Business Psychology Associates winning proposal for Idaho Department of Administration contract to manage a substance use disorder treatment and recovery support services network for the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Idaho Department of Correction, Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections, and the Idaho Supreme Court, 2013 – see Idaho Awards Management of Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Support Services Network Contract to Business Psychology Associates. To read the RFP, see Management Of Substance Use Disorder Treatment And Recovery Support Services Network.
$2,577,778 – Amity Foundation winning proposal for California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) contract to provide evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy programming for inmates with a moderate to high risk to reoffend, an assessed criminogenic need as identified by the Correctional Offender Management Profiling for Alternative Sanctions, and/or other assessment(s) identified by CDCR, 2013 – see California Awards Women’s In-Prison Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Reentry Programs Services Contract to the Amity Foundation. To read the RFP, see Women’s In-Prison Trauma-Informed, Gender Responsive.
$4,335,302 – Permedion winning proposal for Ohio Department of Mental Health contract to implement and manage a statewide utilization management/utilization review program for specified behavioral health care services available to Medicaid recipients, 2013 – see Ohio Awards Statewide Utilization Management/Utilization Review Program Services Contract to Permedion. To read the RFP, see Statewide Utilization Management/Utilization Review Program For Specified Behavioral Health Care Services For Medicaid Recipients.