We are uniquely positioned to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the health system and improve coordination of care to ensure patients get the right care, in the right place, at the right time.
Our Commissioning Framework
Commissioning refers to a continuous cycle of developing and implementing health services based on a rigorous process of planning, procurement, monitoring and evaluation.
In line with both government and community expectation of accountability and transparency, our commissioning approach has moved to an outcomes-based focus. Outcomes-based commissioning is a way of paying for health and care services based on rewarding the outcomes that are important to the people using them.
The Commissioning Framework is designed to enhance service delivery and patient outcomes in Western Sydney. The framework guides us to effectively and efficiently meet community health needs through integration, building our partnerships and advocacy.
Our Commissioning Framework Objectives
Our Commissioning Framework objectives include:
The Commissioning Framework is delivered through a three-phase process under which all commissioning activity and decision-making takes place. We use the National PHN Commissioning Model that was developed by the Department of Health in 2016.
Local organisations and health care providers are invited to apply for our tenders, grants and other opportunities, which respond to identified needs in Western Sydney. To view our latest tenders, visit the TenderLink portal.
We’re seeking to identify a range of suitably qualified individuals and/or organisations who have an interest and commitment in delivering the Primary Mental Health Care (PMHC) program in Western Sydney.
Suitably qualified and experienced providers of Psychological services are invited to complete our EOI to deliver the PMHC Service within Western Sydney and enhance the current model with innovative approaches and flexibility in service delivery.
This EOI will close on Friday 16 July 2021.