payment by results


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Related to payment by results: outpatient waiting times, waiting lists

payment by results

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a system of wage payment whereby all or part of the wage varies systematically according to the level of work performance of an employee
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Norfolk County Council is seeking to award a payment by results contract to an investor provider partnership established as a special purpose vehicle (SPV) that funds and contracts the delivery of evidenced based interventions which result in a reduction in the number of days spent in care.
The three-year contract has been awarded under a Payment By Results model, meaning Home Group will only be paid if it can prove it has had a positive impact on people's lives.
The idea of payment by results is new in the field of criminal justice, so it is important to consider what evidence there is to support the Ministry of Justice's (2013a) hope that the putative benefits of PbR will be realised.
Housing related support payment by results pilots are nearing conclusion in ten regions and housing associations are looking for ways of assisting vulnerable tenants through the process of welfare reform.
The Pontypridd Labour MP said ministers ignored pilots to see whether payment by results actually works and "they are proposing that probation services deal with thousands of extra offenders a year without a guarantee of additional funding".
Lower-risk offenders will be supervised by private firms and charities on a payment by results basis as part of a major shake-up of rehabilitation unveiled yesterday.
COVENTRY is set to test a new system of payment by results for getting drug and alcohol users into work.
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 targets.
The heads of the four hospitals warned earlier this year that payment by results unfairly disadvantaged them, putting vital services under threat.
On 9 May, 1862, the Revised Code, with Payment by Results its most prominent feature, was introduced, Articles 44 and 45 stipulating the amounts forfeited for failing to pass the Inspector's test:
After all, the idea of payment by results has a history in education that includes numerous schemes and dates back well over a hundred years.