CALL FOR SUPPLIERS
DO CONVENTIONAL SLEEP APNOEA MONITORING SYSTEMS DISRUPT PATIENT SLEEP WHICH IN TURN LEADS TO COMPROMISED DATA COLLECTION DUE TO SIGNAL LOSS?
Iceni is a business that develops and commercialises technologies and assists other companies to develop and commercialise technologies. Iceni was founded by Dr Dylan Banks and Dr Rob Fenton, who met at Imperial College London, where Dylan ran a research group in the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBE), and Rob was the Director of Research for the IBE. Iceni span out from Imperial College in 2013. We operate across a broad range of technology areas, including a JV with the fellow Southam based company Silson Limited to develop graphene microphones and sensors. We also develop technologies for other companies, both big and small. We currently have a medical device going through clinical trials at Papworth hospital.
Open Call for Suppliers
We are looking for clinicians to help conduct a home study on sleep apnoea monitoring.
Do conventional sleep apnoea monitoring systems disrupt patient sleep which in turn leads to compromised data collection due to signal loss?
We would like to invite proposals from clinical teams that have a background in sleep apnoea monitoring, particularly in a home setting.
Expressions of Interest should be sent the contact email address below, by 12 noon on February 1st 2019.
Dr Rob Fenton
The partners will work under our in-house, full-time, PRINCE2 certified Project Manager. Whos main responsibilities include: (1) Coordinating the delivery of all project activities; (2) Managing the communications plan; and (3) Serving as the project’s contact point for interfaces with the funding authority and other external stakeholders.
In your quotation, please explain the following:
Your Proposed Project Approach
Project timelines. Over what period would you propose to deliver against key milestones within the project.
Your Delivery Method & Proposed Service Level Agreement
Your relevant experience/track record
Please submit your quotation to us with a tender document explaining how you can help us.
Suppliers submitting a proposal will be invited for a telephone interview with our team to determine how you score against our criteria for supply. The interview will cover the following topics and individual sections will be scored, each accounting for 20% of the total value. Proposals with the highest combined score will be awarded the contract:
Proposed Solution & Project Approach (20%)
Supply Timescale (20%)
Delivery Method & Proposed Service Level Agreement (20%)
Experience / track record (20%)
We will respond within two days to discuss any clarifying questions and to confirm whether your organisation has been shortlisted for a further telephone interview. Successful proposals will be informed no later than 5th February. We look forward to hearing from you.