Tag Archives: Payment by Results (PbR)

Brief Guide to the New NHS (NHS England)

Summary This updated guide, from NHS England, clarifies the structure and function of the NHS, reflecting changes from the Health and Social Care Act 2012. Topic headings include: Introduction The NHS belongs to us all. Foreword (Sir Bruce Keogh). NHS … Continue reading

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NHS Payment Reform (Nuffield Trust)

Summary The NHS payment system has evolved over years into a complex mix of methods, prices, incentives and penalties. It is the product of over a decade of reforms to different components. Aspects of NHS payment systems may act as … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions on Integrated Care (Monitor)

Summary Monitor has produced a collection of online FAQs to help commissioners, service providers and health and wellbeing boards to understand and meet their obligations relating to integrated care. “Person-centred coordinated care and support is essential to improving outcomes for … Continue reading

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Data Linkage and Extract Service: Hospital Episode Statistics and the Diagnostic Imaging Dataset (HSCIC)

Summary Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) contains roughly 1 billion records on patients attending accident and emergency units, whether admitted for treatment or attending outpatient clinics. The Diagnostic Imaging Dataset (DID) is a collection of data from NHS-funded diagnostic imaging tests … Continue reading

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Payment by Results: Payment Systems in the NHS (HFMA / Kings Fund)

Summary The King’s Fund, Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), and Monitor held a workshop for finance leaders to debate the NHS payments system. While the benefits of payment by results (PBR) are acknowledged, the system governing payments is said to … Continue reading

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