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1 Building Recovery: The role of Payment by Results Marcus Roberts Director of Policy and Membership, DrugScope

2 A couple of provisional points PbR has been around for a while, but we are now entering uncharted territory Paying by results is not necessarily the same thing as payment by results Payment by results does not necessarily involve paying by results

3 Building Recovery … We will create a recovery system that focuses not only on getting people into treatment and meeting process-driven targets, but getting them into full recovery and off drugs and alcohol for good. (Medically-assisted recovery can, and does, happen) Drug Strategy 2010

4 Radical public service reform … increasing diversity of provision in public services through further use of payment by results, removing barriers to greater independent provision, and supporting communities, citizens and volunteers to play a bigger role in shaping and providing services the government will pay and tender for more services by results rather than be a default provider of services Spending Review 2010

5 Building recovery PLUS A radical programme of public service Reform EQUALS Drug recovery PBR Pilots

6 What is the intended role? Role 1: To provide financial incentives to providers to deliver recovery Role 2: To allow for providers to develop creative and innovative approaches (the how), with the Governments role restricted to specifying the outcomes (the aim) Role 3: To create a more open market to drive innovation with a greater role for independent providers (voluntary and community sector and private sector)

7 The domains of recovery Free of drug/s of dependence (planned exit from treatment without representation – NDTMS) Reduced offending or continued non-offending (for those without history of offending) Employment (sustained employment or full-time education – rate of people moving off benefits) Health and well-being (to reflect stakeholder feedback on the need to ensure harm reduction gains are maintained and to reflect more holistic progress towards recovery – TOPs?) INTERIM Housing? Families and carers? Service users outcomes?

8 Opportunities/challenges going forward 1: Incentives … without perversity 2: Harnessing the VCS … not harming 3: Local innovation … but universal standards 4: Investment in recovery … not disinvestment 5: Simple intuitive theory … but complex reality

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