Dorset Local Provider Agreement
Discreet scheme: If you do not meet the NHS Track and Trace support payment criteria, a discretionary programme is also available. For more information on this, consult the websites of your local authorities; BCP Test & Trace Support Payment Page / Dorset Council Test &Trace Support Payment Page. Businesses that have to close but do not pay a business rate may be eligible for funding at the discretion of city council, as may businesses that do not have to close but are heavily affected. “Blocking payments has helped us manage financial risk and allowed suppliers to work more flexibly on innovation and change within their departments. In addition, pay-for-results has focused on “testing and treatment”, as opposed to a more prevention-oriented focus on outcomes. “The government has announced the full list of local restriction levels by region; Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have entered Tier 2 (High Alert) restrictions from 2 December. Display of level 2 limits (high warnings). During the years 2014/2015, Dorset began to look for opportunities for service integration, including tendering and the use of a Section 75 agreement with Dorset CCG, which became less feasible than NHS England decided to retain responsibility for the HIV service mission. The community provider, Dorset Healthcare, was appointed as a service provider with the support of other providers, and since then the system has successfully collaborated to exchange decisions about the changes they need. Deputy Director of Public Health Sophia Callaghan said: “Services seemed fragmented – services were spread across East and West, often with different capacities for rural areas and agglomerations, which could be better adapted to demand.
We felt that improvements could be made between the principles of efficiency, efficiency and value. In addition to the extension of the JSS, the government is increasing cash subsidies for businesses in England that are closed in local lockdowns to support with fixed costs.. . . .