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Request for Quote—ADDENDUM No. 3--Personal Services/Developmental Disabilities Division/Electronic Medical Records and Case Management System


The Calendar of Events in the DD EMR RFQ for Lane County has been updated.
Due Date: 4/13/2015 3:00 PM

Updated: 3/20/2015 Questions/Answers

Lane County, on behalf of its Environmental Health Program, solicits Requests for Quotations for Personal Services from eligible applicants able to offer a suite of applications that permit Environmental Health Program Staff to enter data into a (statewide) centralized database to be accessible by all Oregon counties, who desire to participate in the use of this centralized system (approximately 34 counties).

LOI (Letter of Interest) Postings
Due Date: 4/10/2015 5:00 PM
Summary: Lane County, on behalf of the Prevention Program of its Public Health Division, is seeking the participation of up to ten Qualified Mental Health Practitioners (QMHPs) from agencies that provide behavioral health services to at-risk families. 

Letters of Intent must be received by April 10, 2015.
Due Date: 4/10/2015 3:00 PM

By means of this solicitation, Lane County is seeking both an agency to provide a series of parenting education programs and an agency willing to train new parenting education facilitators.  In both cases, the funding, $35,000 and $15,000 per program, respectively; has been provided by Trillium Community Health Plan, the local Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) to increase access to parenting education for under-served populations in Lane County.