Service Agreement Queensland Health

The Standard Suite of Contracts is used by all Queensland government authorities as the basis for contracts for the provision of social, economic and cultural services, for the provision of funding to community organisations and for sponsorship agreements. There are two streamlined agreements currently used by the department: this signed service agreement contains funding, activity and performance requirements for the Metro North Hospital and Health Service 2019-2022. The current service contract covers the period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2022. All changes made to the service contract during this period are recorded in an act of amendment. The financing plan is part of the details of the funding and service and imposes the funding and services to be provided as well as the reporting obligations. The Standard Suite of Contracts provides the standard conditions for funding all social services in the Queensland Government. For more information on the Standard Contract Suite, see below. The Service Agreement defines the health services, teaching, research and other services to be provided by HHS, as well as the funding to be provided to HHS for the provision of those services. It also defines the results that should be achieved by HHS and how their performance is measured. The optimized short-form agreement is designed for services or activities with low risk and low value. The short-form agreement consists of two parts: where an organisation is funded for the provision of low-risk, low-value services and has an optimised service agreement, the funding of the service agreement can be added by a financing plan instead of entering into a separate abridged agreement. The Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors (the Department) funds non-governmental organisations to provide a number of frontline services that enable vulnerable Queenslanders to improve their lives.

Geographic basins are typically used in service agreements to determine where funded services are provided. Geographic basins are also used to jointly map service data and to better show service coverage and distribution in Queensland. This information can be used to identify service delivery needs and gaps and support the department`s future investment decisions. Current Service Agreements and Acts of Amendment for Metro North Hospital and Health Service (HHS) If you require copies of previous revisions to the 2016/17 – 2018/19 Service Agreements or related acts of amendment, please contact SAM@health.qld.gov.au. The streamlined service agreement is used for most of the funding for service delivery and consists of two components: a service agreement for the provision of public services is concluded between the Ministry of Health and each hospital and health service (HHS). The Standard Suite of Contracts is the basis for our optimized agreements, including: The Standard Suite of Contracts enables a modern and consistent “one government” approach to the allocation of social services and aims to facilitate transactions with the government. Service contracts can describe geographic basins in two ways: earlier versions of service contracts and specifications are available on the archive page. . . .