All responses due no later than Friday, December, 18, 2020, at 5pm EST

You are invited to submit a proposal for COVID-19 patient scheduling and site logistics management tool where patients can securely schedule, and sites can manage the flow of patients. Your proposal should describe how it will meet Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (CRISP) requirements as described herein.

All proposals should be submitted electronically to: mandy.williams@crisphealth.org

Should you have any questions concerning the preparation of your proposal, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Contact: Mandy Williams
Email: mandy.williams@crisphealth.org

Please note that this Request for Proposal does not constitute a guarantee on the part of CRISP that a contract will be awarded. No payment will be made for costs incurred in the preparation and submission of a Proposal in response to this Request for Proposal.

CRISP COVID-19 Scheduling Tool RFP

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who built this tool initially?
    1. Mazik Global built the tool.
  2. Does CRISP have a Microsoft license?  How did CRISP acquire Microsoft CRM and power Apps?
    1. Yes, we have a Microsoft license
      • tenant org license: Dynamics 365 Customer Service Enterprise
      • End-user license: Microsoft Power apps plan 1
      • Microsoft Power apps plan 2
  3. How much does CRISP utilize Microsoft/does CRISP use 365?
    1. Yes, we use Microsoft 365 as a company
  4. Who is the incumbent?
    1. Mazik Global
  5. Is the relationship with Mazik good?
    1. Yes – we simply wanted to give everyone a fair shot at providing the ongoing support
  6. Will Mazik bid on this RFP as well?
    1. They were included on the RFP notification – whether they bid or not, we don’t know.
  7. How many organizations do you anticipate bidding on this RFP?
    1. We can’t say with certainty but best guess is ~10
  8. What is the relationship between CRISP and Leap Orbit?
    1. Leap Orbit is a staffing vendor that provides support to CRISP
  9. Can CRISP provide a reverse demo of the tool so the bidding vendors can see how it works today (before taking over what someone else built)? i.e. What’s the best practice/what’s possible?
    1. Reverse Demo Videos