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The City of Orlando is Seeking to Contract for Diabetes Management Program Services for City Health Plan Members Diagnosed with Diabetes S19-0282
To date, Adventist Health Diabetes Institute (FKA Florida Hospital Diabetes Institute), is the only firm identified as a local provider in Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties that will work with employers to provide employee health plan members that have been diagnosed with diabetes a program to manage their diabetes. The City is seeking a local diabetes management program that can:
- Improve A1c levels and overall employee health
- Improve glycemic control
- Minimize gaps in diabetes care
- Reduce long-term risks of diabetes complications and health care costs
- Provide personalized care based on the employee’s health and interests
- Provide a team of endocrinology providers, certified diabetes educators, registered dieticians and registered nurses (RN’s)
- Provide behavioral health and exercise specialist
- Include clinical care visits with an endocrinology provider, lab testing, ADA recognized comprehensive diabetes self-management education, nutrition counseling, exercise consults, behavioral health counseling and lifestyle education
Any vendor who wishes to view the sole source documentation to determine if they can meet the City’s requirements is invited to contact Brian Ferrier by phone at (407) 246-3632 or by e-mail at Brian.Ferrier@cityoforlando.net. This information will be available for review until 5:00 p.m., Monday, March 25, 2019.
The City of Orlando is seeking to partner with Arbor Day Foundation for the Energy-Saving Trees Program – S19-0275
The City of Orlando is seeking to partner with Arbor Day Foundation for the Energy-Saving Trees Program. This program was developed by Arbor Day Foundation and Davey Institute. As a member of this program, the City of Orlando will be able to offer its’ residents a means of ordering trees. They will be able to make tree selection choices, ship the trees to their homes, and obtain other instructions as to proper placement, planting, watering, and maintenance. This will maximize energy efficiency to the City residents and they will see a reduction in their utilities and water usage. This also benefits the City of Orlando communities in Energy, Water, and Environmental conservation.
To date, the Energy-Saving Trees Program offered by Arbor Day Foundation is the only online program on the market that can provide these services, so is therefore a possible sole source.
Any vendor who wishes to view the sole source documentation to determine if they can meet the City’s requirements is invited to contact Cindy Jordan by phone at (407) 246-2367 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. This information will be available for review until 5:00 p.m., March 19, 2019.