RFPs and Bidding Opportunities
Open solicitations are posted here as they are released, so check this page periodically for new opportunities.
The Fund for Public Health in New York City, Inc. (FPHNYC) on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) is seeking proposals from muralists and artists for its new mural arts initiative. The aim of the project is to use art in a form of murals as a communication tool for raising awareness and reducing the stigma associated with mental illness, and to get the wider community talking to each other about mental health.
Details of the project and criteria for selection are included in the attached application document:
Important Dates to Remember:
August 19, 2016 – RFP Released
September 2, 2016 – Questions regarding RFP due by 11:59PM to Melissa Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org
September 9, 2016 – Answers to all RFP questions will be posted on this page.
September 16, 2016 – Expression of Interest due by 11:59PM to email@example.com
September 23, 2016 – Organizations to be notified of their selection
Each applicant must submit an electronic copy of the application and W-9 form via email. Applicants should submit a single PDF file with their complete proposal. All applications in response to this RFP must be emailed to the following address, no later than Friday, September 16, 2016 at 11:59PM EST:
Fund for Public Health in New York City
Subject line format: “Muralist/Artist Name” – Mural Arts Project RFP
Please note that late or incomplete applications will NOT be considered.
RFP: Check Hep C Patient Navigation Program
The Fund for Public Health in New York City (FPHNYC) on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) is seeking proposals from Substance Abuse Treatment Programs and Clinical Sites interested in implementing a Check Hep C Patient Navigation Program. The Check Hep C Patient Navigation Program was developed by DOHMH in 2012 to improve HCV testing, linkage to care, and treatment rates in NYC. The program employs patient navigators to support patients through complete HCV medical evaluation and treatment by providing linkage to care and clinical care coordination services.
Through this competition, FPHNYC will provide up to three (3) awards of up to $78,000 each. Applicants must have demonstrated experience providing services to the HCV-infected population, in particular delivering services to communities disproportionately affected by poverty; lacking adequate health insurance; experiencing homelessness/housing instability; or suffering from mental illness and/or substance use disorders. Additionally, applicants must have the organizational capacity to:
- Offer HCV medical care and treatment on-site, or have a linkage agreement with a HCV clinical care site
- Be able to appoint or hire a full-time patient navigator staff person within one month of receipt of notice of award
- Have an active pool of HCV RNA patients at the time of the application
Please see the attached RFP for full application details. Proposal responses must be submitted electronically and be emailed to the following address no later than September 7, 2016 at 11:59 PM EST. Responses received after that date will not be reviewed.
Attn: Mr. Ryan Mooney, Grant Manager
Subject: Check Hep C RFP Submission – [Organization Name]
RFP (PDF, 665 kb)
FAQ (PDF, 131 kb)
RFI: Electronic Health Record (EHR) Systems for New York State Designated Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Providers
The Fund for Public Health in New York City, Inc., on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC), is inviting software vendors to submit information about their systems in the area of Electronic Health Records (EHR) for the Behavioral Health field. Potential users of these solutions will be Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) providers who are serving patients within the Medicaid Health Home Service Model. Interested parties may obtain the full RFI and submission requirements at:
BHIT HCBS Pre-Qualified Vendor List (PDF, 276 kb)
BHIT HCBS Qualified Vendor List (PDF, 183 kb)
BHIT HCBS Technical Specs and Additional Documentation
The following documentation has been approved by the New York State Department of Health and the Office of Mental Health for organizations designated as Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Providers for the State of New York
BHIT Additional Documentation
Adult BH HCBS Technical Specs v3.4 for EHR or EMR (PDF, 2.0 MB)
Key document approved by NYS Department of Health that specifies all technical specs required for Electronic Record Systems (EHR) or Electronic medical Systems (EMS). Includes Business workflows, Case Documentation and Billing Specifications.
List all changes made to the previous Technical Specs v3.3.
Adult BH HCBS Technical Specs v3.4F for EBS (PDF, 198 kb)
Key document approved by NYS Department of Health that specifies all technical specs required for Electronic Billing Systems.
Adult BH HCBS Billing Warning Alerts v3.4F (PDF, 86 kb)
Automatic billing notifications created to minimize claim rejections.
Summary of changes to HCBS Warning Alerts v3.3 (PDF, 86 kb)
List all changes made to the previous HCBS Warning Alerts v3.3.
Authorization Request Form re Adult BH HCBS services NYS (PDF, 132 kb)
Approved form from NY State Dept. of Health to be sent from the HCBS Providers to the MCOs requesting approval of services
BH HCBS Fee Schedule Updated Jan 29 2016 (PDF, 126 kb)
CMS approved codes, modifiers and fees for HCBS Services. Updated by January 29th, 2016 (MS Excel and PDF format)
Document prepared by New York State, Department of Health about Security Parameters. Software vendors need to answer how their systems address these Security Parameters
Frequent Asked Questions (FAQ v1.0) (PDF, 91 kb)
Summary of common questions and answers about the Adult BH HCBS Technical Specs v3.3
HCBS Provider Manual – 04.20.20.16 (PDF, 390 kb)
Complete description of Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) approved by CMS as Medicaid billable. Includes all information about services, provider qualifications and credentials, consumer eligibility criteria, service requirements, limitations and exclusions, clustering of services and allowed modes of delivery. Updated version by April 20th 2016
Manual that details claiming requirements necessary to ensure proper behavioral health claim submission with respect to Mainstream Medicaid Managed Care Plans (MMCs) and Health and Recovery Plans (HARPs). It applies only to behavioral health services that can be billed under Medicaid fee-for-service rate codes by OMH-licensed or OASAS-certified programs and to the HCBS services that will be delivered by OMH and OASAS “designated” providers