Tagged: PbR

Reference costs guidance for 2012-13

Following feedback from the NHS on draft guidance, including on equalities issues, this final guidance sets out requirements for the collection of 2012-13 reference costs from NHS trusts and NHS … Read more → – Reference costs guidance for 2012-13

Introduction of Best Practice Tariffs: qualitative and quantitative evaluation

An evaluation of the introduction of best practice tariffs (BPT) has been published. The evaluation was commissioned by the Department of Health and the research, carried out by health policy … Read more → – Introduction of Best Practice Tariffs: qualitative and quantitative evaluation

Next steps for mental health Payment by Results in 2013-14

A letter from David Flory outlines next steps in the implementation of the PbR approach for adult mental health services. These include mandating the rebasing of current contracts on the … Read more → – Next steps for mental health Payment by Results in 2013-14

Payment by Results update eleven – January 2013

The Department today published the eleventh Payment by Results (PbR) update. The purpose of these updates is to keep colleagues in the NHS and other interested parties informed throughout the … Read more → – Payment by Results update eleven – January 2013

Reference cost guidance

Reference costs are the unit costs to the NHS of providing healthcare to NHS patients. The Department of Health has collected reference costs from NHS providers for every financial year … Read more → – Reference cost guidance

Maternity pathway payment system in 2012-13 updated

The background information on how and why the PbR maternity pathway system has been developed is published. It includes the structure of the system, how prices have been produced, data … Read more → – Maternity pathway payment system in 2012-13 updated

Draft reference costs guidance for 2012-13 published

Draft guidance for the collection of 2012-13 reference costs from NHS trusts and NHS foundation trusts in July 2013 has been published today for comment and feedback. The intention is … Read more → – Draft reference costs guidance for 2012-13 published