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Monitor and NHS England’s long-term aim is to develop a transparent, flexible and accountable NHS payment system that rewards good-quality, efficient care that delivers the best possible outcomes for patients.
The proposed changes to the 2015/16 National Tariff Payment System are designed to help maintain financial discipline while promoting quality high-quality care for patients in tough economic conditions.
The proposals would also encourage a speedier expansion of innovative patterns of care to meet the needs of patients.
What Monitor and NHS England are consulting on
Monitor and NHS England are interested in hearing your views on:
- the approach to setting prices for 2015/16
- the impact of the proposed changes to the National Tariff
- the proposals for local payment arrangements
- the approach to enforcing the National Tariff
Healthcare providers and commissioners are encouraged to respond to these proposals in order to influence the final national tariff which will be published later in the year.
How your feedback will be used
Your feedback will be reflected in the proposals that Monitor and NHS England present for further consultation in Autumn 2014.
2015/16 National Tariff Payment System: Glossary
This glossary is designed to assist readers by explaining a number of terms and expressions used in the set of tariff engagement documents on the 2015/16 National Tariff Payment System.
Engagement Grouper from the Health & Social Care Information Centre
Download the HRG4 2015/16 Engagement Grouper application, reference manual, Code to Group workbook, chapter summaries and other user documentation.
Evidence for the 2015/16 National Tariff efficiency factor
An independent research paper which provides supporting evidence for setting the efficiency factor for 2015/16.
These price-setting models calculate the draft national prices in 2015/16 National Tariff.
The draft national prices are not final. They’re only intended to illustrate the change in prices relative to one another, rather than their final levels. Based on further analysis and your feedback, the list of final prices published may look very different.