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NYeC supports ideas and innovations that improve patient outcomes and quality, increase efficiency, and lower the costs of care. The majority of our projects are awarded through a competitive request for proposals.

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Request for Proposal (RFP) for All-In-Consent — Core Engine Build

All-In-Consent Core Engine RFP Questions & Answers

Bidder’s Conference Questions & Answers

New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) is seeking applications from Managed Service Providers (MSP) to architect, execute, and support a patient consent solution for a new consent model in New York State, known as All-in-Consent (the Solution).

All correspondence and proposals should be submitted via email directly to and include “All-In-Consent Core Engine” in the subject line.

During the Bidder’s Conference on 7/19/22, one of the NYeC team mentioned that NYeC would consider proposals based on AWS or Azure. That was an overstatement of NYeC’s position, and we apologize for confusion. The language in the RFP stands and it’s expected that CCH, will be developed as a Microsoft Azure application, utilizing Azure components.

After releasing the RFP, NYeC has found a way to simplify our landscape such that a new Master Patient Index (MPI) will no longer be required as part of this project.  This simplified stack has now been approved by all stakeholders.  As such, respondents no longer need to propose anything related to part B as outlined in the RFP, Implementation of a Master Patient Index (MPI), and can focus all their attention on Part A, the Centralized Consent Hub (CCH).

Revised evaluation criteria will be released shortly, with the MPI removed.

If you have questions about the application, please submit those questions to

Proposal submissions are due September 6, 2022.