Contract Opportunities at Hennepin Healthcare
Hennepin Healthcare has several areas of contracting. Each area has a unique process for submitting proposals or bids, and other procedures for contracting. Please see the links below for more information on how to respond to Requests for Proposals and Bidding opportunities.
General Information and Rules
All documents are in PDF format.
Supplier Diversity Program Listening Engagements
Hennepin Healthcare has embarked upon a journey to improve its business inclusion efforts and develop a Supplier Diversity Program. In doing this, Hennepin Healthcare seeks to meaningfully engage the business community as Hennepin Healthcare is developing this program, as well as building community relationships.
4 Community Listening Engagements:
These engagements are seeking to build upon input shared to date as we are in the process of developing this program. We will have 4 listening engagements taking place between March and April 2023. To learn more about these engagements and register for a session please visit the Supplier Diversity Program - Community Listening and Sharing Engagements (strongandstarlike.com) website created by our project consultant.
Other Ways You May Share Your Input:
If you are a business owner who is unable to make one of the listening engagements, do not worry you will still have an opportunity to share your input through a survey. On this page, we will be sharing a link in late April/ early May for a survey for business owners. We will keep this survey open for up to 3 weeks, so business owners will be able to share their input if they miss a session.
Professional and IT Services Opportunities
Professional and IT services include consulting, software, medical staffing, training, and other professional purchased services.
Medical Surgical Supplies, Surgical Implants, Lab and Equipment Opportunities
Supply Chain Management is charged with leveraging Hennepin Healthcare's buying power through strategic sourcing and contracting initiatives that are designed to reduce the cost of required products and services. Supply Chain promotes product utilization/analysis, spend/supplier analytics, contracting, and sourcing processes. Supply Chain engages with GPOs in addition to the use of RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs in sourcing equipment and supplies.