Taking lessons learned from the UK and the US, this study evaluates technical, economic, and political aspects of outcome-based commissioning, specifically the payment by results
(or pay for success) model <br />of public sector commissioning.
"We have an established track record of helping young people and we look forward to seeing how the Payment By Results
So while NOMs acknowledge that a focus on quality and responsivity has been demonstrated to be 'cost effective' in broader terms--whether that be preventing further crimes, preventing use of prison and the damage it wreaks on individuals, families and communities, preventing the demands on other local services these savings become devoid of any relevance in a structure where 'fee for service' and narrow Payment by Results
mechanisms are the contract drivers.
- The progress of activity based services and payment by results
He said: "Payment by results
is an experiment, and experiments involve risk.
Coventry has been invited to participate in a pilot scheme in order to more closely align drug and alcohol services with the Work Programme, and implement a payment by results
approach for rewarding a local authority-commissioned drug and alcohol provider for achieving Work Programme outcomes."
Under the new "payment by results
" scheme, areas such as the North-east could be affected the most.
The relationship between the marketing communications industry and payment by results
has been more like a longrunning affair than a full-blown marriage.
"I like the innovative funding, the payment by results
, the collaborative groups, and if it succeeds if will grow and if it doesn't, by that time we will be trying something else."
If Mr Crozier is being rewarded with payment by results
, shouldn't he be giving us money back for the lousy performance of the organisation he is overseeing?
She said the cuts - which she believes would severely affect patient care - were being driven by financial gain and a desire to meet payment by results