A key role for PCTs is to ensure that …………contractors (both GMS and non-GMS)…… [are] subjected to robust contractual and performance management mechanisms. Such mechanisms are a necessary characteristic of good financial management and better ensure that patients receive a high quality of care. Non-GMS Contracting Arrangements for 2006/07
National Priorities - Delivery of NSFs and LDP Imperatives Minimum Requirements – Premises / Times / Records Out of hours – Provision / Opt Out Patients – List / Registration Prescribing and Dispensing - Repeat Prescribing/Supplementary Prescribers Persons who perform - Qualifications/Training Records, Information, Notification and Rights of Entry Performance Management Elements
Annual return and review The Contractor shall submit an annual return relating to the agreement to the PCT which shall require the same categories of information from all persons who hold contracts with the PCT. Following receipt of the return referred to in clause 416, the PCT shall arrange with the Contractor an annual review of its performance in relation to the agreement. The PCT shall prepare a draft record of the review referred to in clause 417 for comment by the Contractor and, having regard to such comments, shall produce a final written record of the review. A copy of the final record shall be sent to the Contractor. Typical PMS Contract
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