Julie Baldwin |03, December, 2021
E-Health Productivity & Innovation in Cornwall (EPIC2) is a project part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) that builds on the user led approach developed in the previous EPIC project to take digital health in Cornwall & the Isles of Scilly (C&IoS) from a nascent market to one which is more developed, productive, accepted and embedded within the health and care sector, in order to drive economic growth and productivity. EPIC2 works across both the demand side and the supply side to maximise the impacts and opportunities for change.
EPIC aims to integrate a fully resourced monitoring and evaluation cycle within its delivery. Key stakeholders are involved to ensure that the short and long term impacts of EPIC2 activities on both businesses and the broader sector are captured. The programme evaluation should identify what difference the project is making and why this is the case.
The assessor will be required to collect qualitative measures to assess project experiences and any emerging changes in depth. These will need to be specifically designed to monitor progress against achieving the overarching project outcomes. In addition to these measures, a variety of other qualitative data collection methods will also be considered as part of the development of the evaluation framework.
The contract for this evaluation will be managed in line with UoP’s contract management procedures to ensure successful delivery and quality assurance of the assessment.
The tender is now live and the documents can be accessed via: https://uk.eu-supply.com/ctm/Supplier/PublicPurchase/40314/0/0?returnUrl=ctm/Supplier/publictenders&b=UNIVERSITYPLYMOUTH