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National Telenursing Center Seeks National Pilot Sites

In 2012, the Office for Victims of Crime and the National Institute of Justice awarded funds to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) to develop a national telemedicine center that provides 24/7 access to Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANESs) who will provide guidance and support for clinicians in remote sites conducting forensic evidence collection for sexual assault victims.  MDPH has issues a Request for Response (RFR)  for three sites serving priority populations (rural, tribal and corrections) to partner with the National TeleNursing Center. A fourth site, serving the military, will be a U.S Navy facility and selected in a separate process.    

If you are interested in responding to this request, please read the RFR at www.comm-pass.com. Follow the instructions below to access the RFR and all associated forms and documents. Please note that this process will work much easier if you have the most recent version of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Safari. 

Go onto the Internet to address: www.comm-pass.com.
Click on the Solicitations tab.
Click on Search for a Solicitation.
Enter 305918 into the Document Number field, then press Search.
There are 3 Solicitation(s) found that match your search criteria will appear at the top of the screen. Click on this link.

Click on the eyeglasses icon on the top line, OPEN.
The RFR document is posted on the Specifications tab.
Caution, never use the Back button in Comm-PASS.

If you have any questions about any of the content in the RFR, you may submit those questions via email to: christine.murphy@state.ma.us

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