As part of a major shake-up of rehabilitation unveiled yesterday, lower-risk offenders will be supervised by private firms and charities on a payment by results basis.
What does PBR stand for?
PBR stands for Payment by Results (UK hospital funding)
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- Pay Back Rate
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But Harry Fletcher, assistant general secretary of the probation union Napo, said: "The Coalition's policy of cuts, combined with payment by results, is undermining effective practice.
The aim of the evaluation is to identify lessons which could inform future SIB or Payment by Results schemes.
Payment by Results represents a dramatic change in how the NHS is financed and is key to the government's healthcare modernisation plans.
Community mental health services were failing to attract funding because they did not have any waiting list targets or the need to deliver payment by results, he said.
It follows the department's decision to phase out support provided to individual PCTs to cushion them against a new system of payment by results ( rewarding NHS trusts directly for every job done.
As part of the Practice Based Commissioning (PBC) scheme for the NHS, all Primary Care Trusts are expected to provide standardized financial and activity information and benchmarks for all services covered under Payment by Results and Prescribing.
The jointly developed solutions, known as MedeFinance Intelligence(TM), will benefit from HFMA's deep industry experience and expertise, including the work of the Payment by Results and Foundation Trust special interest groups, in order to help healthcare organizations, including NHS Trusts, Primary Care Trusts and Strategic Health Authorities, improve their operational, clinical and financial performance.