Act Health Service AgreementHungcp
Service agreements make resource allocation decisions and provide the framework for evaluating services. They are the primary budget accountability tool that defines the roles and responsibilities of the system manager and integrity service providers. The service agreements specify and detail the scope of services and targeted areas of activity that the system manager will purchase from health care providers in a fiscal year, in accordance with the government`s policy objectives and budget allocations. Service contracts are executed in accordance with Part 5 of the Health Services Act 2016 (Act). The VA health care system operates under an Outcome Based Management (OBM) framework under Section 61 of the Financial Management Act 2006 and Treasurer`s Instruction 904, in accordance with its statutory obligation as the VA`s public authority. By complying with service agreements, health care providers are committed to meeting the service obligations and service requirements outlined in the service contract. The division head, as systems manager, agrees to provide the financing and other support services described in the service agreements. A copy of the agreement is available here: ACTPS Nursing and Midwifery Enterprise Agreement 2017-2019 The agreement applies to all physicians employed by the Public Health Directorate and Calvary Public Health Care ACT Inc. (this does not include hospital practitioners).
The OBM framework describes how key performance results, services and indicators (KPIs) are used to measure the performance of the VA health system in achieving relevant overall overall governance objectives. KPIs measure the effectiveness and efficiency of services provided by the VA health system to achieve the required results. Va`s financing and purchasing guides provide information on obtaining financing, procurement policies and mechanisms, and the process of allocating resources for health services in the VA. The service agreement defines the health, education, research and other services that must be provided by HHS and the resources that will be made available to HHS for the delivery of these services. It also defines the results that need to be achieved by the SHH and how its power is measured. The enterprise agreement expires on April 4, 2019 and has an expiry date of October 31, 2021. The enterprise agreement was approved on June 7, 2019 and has an expiry date of October 31, 2021. The contract provides for the following increases: If you need copies of previous revisions to the 2016/2017 – 2018/19 service contracts or related changes, please contact SAM@health.qld.gov.au. The current service contract is valid for the period from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022. All changes to the service agreement during this period are recorded in an amendment.