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Published 13 enero 2017
NHS England has now published a number of policy documents in relation to the Multi-Specialty Community Provider new care model, as envisaged in the NHS Five Year Forward View. Also available is a suite of draft contract documents to be used by CCGs in implementing MCP models. NHS England are asking for feedback on these documents by Friday 20 January. The documents can be found here.
The successful implementation of the MCP models (of which there are three set out in the MCP policy documentation) is predicated on a number of changes to legislation, for example, the ability for primary care GMS and PMS contractors to be able to suspend their contracts and join the new care model. Further policy documentation (including detailed examples of financial modelling involving whole population payment models) and iterations of the draft contract are expected to be published shortly.
The latest publication includes the following documents:
These documents should be read alongside the Policy Framework for MCPs and the Integrated Support and Assurance Process for novel and complex contracts which has been developed by NHS England and NHS Improvement in part as a response to the failure of the Uniting Care Contract. The detailed ISAP is expected to be published shortly.
This publication is a significant policy step towards the implementation of the MCP model, which many CCG commissioners are working towards. We are advising a number of CCGs who are looking to commission an MCP model in the future on the full range of legal, strategic and commercial issues, from procurement obligations and strategies to navigating organisational form issues. If you would like to speak to one of our experienced team then please contact Charlotte Burnett or Hamza Drabu.
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