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Paying for data production: The problem with payment by results

Dr Toby Lowe (Newcastle University Business School) and Kathy Evans (Children England) argue that payment by results creates misguided incentives Continue reading

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Five tips for managing payment by results contracts

Liam Crosby from Community Links reflects on what his organisation has learned from PbR contracts. Continue reading

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Payment by results: can it drive public service transformation?

We’ve published a report on PbR – can it be used to procure public services and harness the power of the voluntary sector at the same time? Continue reading

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What charities should watch out for in Payment by Results contracts

Contract terms to be wary of, commissioner rights which could leave you vulnerable and the perils of being a subcontractor. Continue reading

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Payment by Results – emerging variations in payment and performance models

Range of varying payment and performance models in Payment by Results Continue reading

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How has entering Payment by Results made Catch22 better able to understand and respond to ‘risk’ in the public service market

Catch22's Fran Pollard discusses how delivering Payment by Results has made them better able to understand and respond to risk in the public service market. Continue reading

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Can Payment by Results really trigger innovation?

The first point to concede with payment by results (PBR), is that despite the rhetoric it doesn’t guarantee any kind of ‘win’ by assuring the taxpayer only pays for results. Continue reading

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Six reasons why the DWP’s Payment by Results model constrains innovation

Innovation is central to improving performance, yet the current approach to Payment by Results (PBR) constrains this. Continue reading

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Why is NCVO focusing on Payment by Results?

Payment by Results must be the most intrinsically agreeable - yet practically nightmarish – idea in the current welfare reforms. Continue reading

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Transforming Rehabilitation? Will proposed payment model deliver improved outcomes?

This blog examines the MoJ’s proposed payment model for the Rehabilitation Programme and outlines some of our concerns. Continue reading

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