Added: Feb 19, 2019 5:23 pm
THIS IS A SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE. This is not a request for proposals. A solicitation will not be issued at this time. The Department of Veterans Affairs, Phoenix VA Health Care System (PVAHCS) has a Brand Name Requirement for High Fidelity Manikin SimMan 3G with accessories and training for the PVAHCS Simulation Center. The intent of the procurement is to award a firm-fixed price contract. The specifications to define the minimum salient characteristics of the product to be delivered can be found in the Statement of Work attached.
Delivery FOB: Destination to:
Phoenix VA Healthcare System
650 E Indian School Rd. Phoenix AZ 85012
The applicable NAICS code is 339112 Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturingg Small Business manufacturers for this NAICS code have a size standard of 1000 Employees.A The resulting contract will be a firm fixed price order. The delivery term is to be 30 calendar days ARO, with no options included.
PLEASE INDICATE IN YOUR RESPONSE YOUR BUSINESS SIZE AND IF YOU ARE A MANUFACTURER OR DISTRIBUTOR. IF THE ITEMS ARE AVAIABLE ON AN FSS SCHEDULE PLEASE INCLUDE THE FSS SCHEDULE NUMBER.
ALL RESPONDANTS MUST BE MANFACTURERS OR AUTHORZED DISTRIBUTORS. NO REFURBISHED OR GRAY MARKET ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
It is anticipated that a Request for Quotes will be issued in March 2019. Award of a firm fixed price contract is contemplated by April 2019. This notice is published to conduct market research to determine if there is a sufficient number of certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB), Veteran Owned Small Businesses (VOSB), capable of performing the requirements to warrant a socio-economic set-aside or full & open competition. It is strongly recommended that interested parties register in the US Department of Veterans Affairs Vet Biz database and the Small Business Administration (SBA) database. Registration may be accomplished at http://www.vip.vetbiz.gov/ and www.sba.gov/, respectively.
Interested parties responding to this sources sought request shall submit the following information at a minimum: (1) company name and address, point of contact with phone number, and DUNS number; (2) documentation relating to capability of performance of residential renovation projects (including references); (3) intentions of subcontracting program to include set-asides; (4) proof of registration in the VA Vet Biz or SBA websites or intention of registration prior to submission of offers to a solicitation; (5) documentation on company s bonding capacity and limitations; (6) If you are a distributor a statement from the manufacturer that your company is a authorized distributor; (7) a statement to inform the government if you are a manufacturer or distributor; (8) any information regarding FSS Schedule availability; (9) any other pertinent company documentation.
The response date to this Sources Sought notice is March 5, 2019 at 3:00 pm AZ time. This market research is for informational and planning purposes only to determine if a socio-economic set-aside, or full & open competition, or sole-source procurement is appropriate. The Government will not pay any costs for responses submitted. Electronic submissions are acceptable via email@example.com.
NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE OTHER THAN WHAT IS NOTED HEREIN. ALL FIRMS ARE INSTRUCTED NOT TO CALL THE INDIVIDUAL VA MEDICAL CENTERS REQUESTING MORE INFORMATION.
HIGH FIDELITY SIMULATION MANNEQUIN
STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) 2018
Contract Title. Acquisition of High Fidelity Manikin SimMan 3G with accessories and training for the PVAHCS Simulation Center.
This contract is for the acquisition of a SimMan 3G High Fidelity Manikin and accessories that will be located in the Simulation Center of PVAHCS to be used in training and testing of healthcare staff. This is to include training for said product.
Delivering high quality advanced training and simulated experiences with skills opportunities requires training to take place at the right time and place with the most appropriate simulation equipment. Simulation-based training has been shown to improve healthcare quality and reduce errors (Asche, et al., 2017). In order to meet new challenges and facilitate the growing demand for insitu and multidisciplinary training, the need for flexible state-of-the-art training solutions are critical. The application of simulation in healthcare are diverse and studies have shown its benefits in improving learner, patient and healthcare system outcomes (Asche, et al., 2017).
With SimMan 3G and the SimMan ALS Manikins the simulationist can train, educate, and demonstrate in the actual environments in which staff, residents, and students will be working. Completely wireless, self-contained, rugged and reliable, SimMan 3G and ALS Manikins can help one achieve the optimal training environment with the most realistic outcomes possible. These High-Fidelity Manikins will afford the Simulation Center the ability to train, teach, demonstrate, and simulate from Basic Life Support (BLS) to the most advanced classes such as Out of Operating Room Airway Management (OOORAM) Training and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) to everything in-between.
MULTIPLE AIRWAY SKILLS/FEATURES
Controllable open/closed airway; automatically or manually controlled
Head tilt/Chin lift
Jaw thrust w/articulated jaw
Suctioning (Oral & Nasopharyngeal)
Combitube, LMA, and other airway placement
Endotracheal tube intubation
Transtracheal jet ventilation
Variable lung compliance 4 settings
Variable airway resistance 4 settings
Right main stem intubation
Detection of proper head position
Can t intubate/Can ventilate
Can t intubate/Can t ventilate
Decreased cervical range of motion
Simulated spontaneous breathing
Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall
Normal and abnormal breath sounds
- 5 anterior auscultation sites
- 6 posterior auscultation sites
Oxygen saturation and waveform
Needle thoracentesis bilateral
Unilateral & Bilateral chest movement
Unilateral, Bilateral & lobar breath sounds
Chest tube insertion - bilateral
Extensive ECG library
Heart sounds four anterior locations
ECG rhythm monitoring (4 wire)
12 lead ECG display
Defibrillation and cardioversion
BP measured manually by auscultation of Korotkoff sounds
Carotid, femoral, brachial, radial, dorsalis pedis, popliteal and posterior tibialis pulses synchronized with
Pulse strength variable with BP
Pulse palpation is detected & logged
IV access (right arm)
Intraosseous access (tibia)
Automatic Drug Recognition System
Compliant with current Guidelines
CPR compressions generate palpable pulses, blood pressure waveform, and ECG artifacts
Realistic compression depth and resistance
Detection of depth, release and frequency of compressions
Real time feedback on quality of CPR
Blinking - slow, normal, fast and winks
Open, closed and partially open
- normal and sluggish speed of response
- Simulation of bleeding at multiple sites
- Arterial and venous
- Vital signs automatically respond to blood loss & therapy
- Works with various wound modules & moulage kits
Urine output (variable)
- Eyes, Ears, Nose, Mouth
- Blood, Mucous, CSF, etc.
Bowel Sounds four quadrants
- Pre-recorded and custom sounds
- Instructor can simulate patient s voice wirelessly
- Multiple instructors communicate using integrated voice over IP
Fully articulating pelvis
Leg rotation in all-natural directions
Automatic Drug Recognition System identifies drug & dose
Extensive drug formulary
Automatic or programmable physiological responses
Wireless instructor computer with LLEAP software
Control multiple manikins from 1 interface
Control simulation from anywhere on your network
Use Manual Mode to run on-the-fly for total control over all parameters
Utilize Automatic Mode with pre-programmed scenario for a simple and standardized way to run a simulation
- Patient cases utilizing physiological and pharmacological models
- Pre-programmed scenarios
- Self-authored content
Simulation controls; fast forward, pause, rewind, save/restore
Future prediction and patient outcome display
Integrated video debriefing
Time stamped activities, vital signs, and instructor comments are captured in the event log
Touch-screen simulated patient monitor provides concise clinical feedback for physiological parameters
The monitor s color screen is configurable and provides multiple simulated param eters, each presenting multi-level alarms
Simulated parameters include ECG (2 traces), Sp02, CO2, ABP, CVP, PAP, PCWP, NIBP, TOF, Cardiac output, Temperature (core and peripheral), additional and programmable parameters e.g. ICP
12 Lead ECG
Custom Image Display
Custom Video Display
Oxygen saturation and waveform
Laptop Instructor/Patient Monitor
All-In-One Panel PC Instructor/Patient Monitor
The unit was demo before PIN was initiated to ensure it met all performance requirements, and the unit will be inspected, tested and validated upon receipt and before use to ensure that it fulfills all the above requirements.
This manikin will not have any access to patient information or sensitive information, neither will the vendor during installation, maintenance, and or training on the manikin.
Information Security and Privacy: No Patient information will be transmitted Via Lan or Wireless Connection. This model does not come with this capability. In accordance with Appendix A, VA Handbook 6500.6 Checklist blocks 6 and 7, the C&A requirements do not apply, a Security Accreditation Package is not required, and there is no VA sensitive information to be protected. Therefore, the following security and privacy provisions from Appendix C apply:
The contractor, their personnel, and their subcontractors shall be subject to the Federal laws, regulations, standards, and VA Directives and Handbooks regarding information and information system security as delineated in this contract.
Contracted personnel who perform tasks (ie, install, training, maintenance and repair), at a treatment facility for more than two consecutive days, or will require access to protected health information (PHI) in the performance of their official duties must complete Privacy and HIPAA Focused Training Web-Based (WBT), prior to performance of work. VA Course VA10203 is available from the TMS website at: https://www.tms.va.gov. Evidence of training must be provided to the COR upon request.
The Contractor is required to obtain the Contracting Officer s approval prior to engaging in any contractual relationship in support of this contract requiring the disclosure of information, documentary material, and/or records generated under or relating to this contract. The contractor is required to abide by Government and Agency guidance for protecting sensitive and proprietary information.