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Payment by Results (PbR). Social Policy. Payment by Results (PbR). PbR is a way of commissioning services which offers financial rewards to providers for the achievement of positive social outcomes.

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Social policy

Payment by Results (PbR)

Social Policy


Social policy

Payment by Results (PbR)

PbR is a way of commissioning services which offers financial rewards to providers for the achievement of positive social outcomes.

PbR will be a key accountability mechanism for the Coalition Government, underpinning the localism agenda and the move towards greater provider diversity in the public services

The main aim of PbR is to enable the delivery of cost-saving preventative social interventions and to incentivise better outcomes for service users

Social Policy


Social policy

Payment by Results (PbR)

Gov Target

Local Gov

Statutory Responsibility

Private or Vol Sector delivery agent

Contractual Responsibility

Young Person

= payment to agent

Desired outcome measured

Social Policy


Social policy

Payment by Results (PbR)

Gov Target

Local Gov

Statutory Responsibility

Private or Vol Sector delivery agent

Contractual Responsibility

Young Person

No or reduced payment to agent

Desired outcome missed

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Social policy

Case Study

east to west Supported Lodgings Scheme 100% local authority funded

Housing 16-17 yr olds in hosts homes

Can take LAC, CIN referrals

New contract to be reviewed by Sept 2013 = 12 bed provision housing at least 80% capacity growth from present 6 bed provision

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Social policy

Trickle down effect

Where else do you encounter PbR in your practice?

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