University of Illinois at Chicago
Request for Proposal: Prescription Claims Reconciliation for UI Health
A New RFP may be issued at a later date.
Addendum No. 1: The RFP's due date has been changed to March 14, 2017. Clarification questions and answers have been provided.
First published Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Sealed proposals will be accepted at the address below until 3:00 PM, Tuesday March 14, 2017:
Purchasing Division (M/C 560)
809 South Marshfield Avenue
Chicago, IL 60612-7203
The University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences Systems (UI Health) on behalf of the Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Department is seeking proposals from qualified vendors who will work with UI Health, the financial institution identified by the University and third party payers to obtain payment and claim files to reconcile payment and prescription claims.
The University will hold an in-person pre-proposal conference at the Purchasing Division, 809 South Marshfield, Ave., 3rd Floor, Room 308, Chicago, IL 60612 at 11:30 a.m CST time on Friday, February 17, 2017.
Representatives of the University will be present to answer questions regarding the services requested or proposal procedures. Prospective Proposers should respond to Ingrid Worrell at (312-996-2850) or email at iworrell@uillinois on or before February 16, 2017 with firm name and number of attendees. A maximum of two representatives from each firm may attend.
For additional information, contact:
State Purchasing Officer - Lee Saulter
Submit 8 copies of the response as defined in the specifications. The University reserves the right to accept or reject any and all responses or parts thereof. Vendor may expect payment thirty to sixty days after receipt of invoice, unless otherwise stated in the bid documents. Illinois Department of Human Rights
(IDHR) eligibility number is required on all proposals, if applicable. There is no BEP goal for this procurement. The contract(s) for this solicitation could exceed $50,000 annually.
This transaction is subject to the State Board of Elections registration and certification requirements of Public Act 095-0971.
The State of Illinois has a policy to encourage prospective vendors to hire
qualified veterans, minorities, females, persons with disabilities and ex-offenders.