National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services
E30. The Commonwealth will provide States and Territories with up to $1.623 billion from 2010-11 to 2013-14.
E31. State and Territory funding allocations for these reforms are as follows:
|Year||NSW ($m)||VIC ($m)||QLD ($m)||WA ($m)||SA ($m)||TAS ($m)||ACT ($m)||NT ($m)||Total ($m)|
1 Estimated funding allocations are contingent on performance, and assume a national roll-out.
2 Funding for subacute beds has been estimated by estimated population distribution.
3 Columns and rows may not add due to rounding. Actual payments will be calculated to the nearest dollar.
E33. Payments will be made annually, with the first to occur on the next available payment date after the receipt and approval of a satisfactory Implementation Plan and Commonwealth approval of the nationally consistent method for measuring subacute care growth. Subsequent annual payments will be contingent on measured performance against agreed Targets and Performance Measurement (Clauses E14 to E17), and made following acceptance of the end of financial year acquittal and Progress Reports.
Table E4: Payment timeframes
|Funding amount||Payment delivery|
|2010-11 payment||Second Quarter of 2010-11, on receipt and acceptance of satisfactory Implementation Plans and Commonwealth approval of the nationally consistent method for measuring subacute care growth|
|2011-12 payment||Second Quarter of 2011-12, on receipt and acceptance of satisfactory Progress Reports and end of financial year acquittals|
|2012-13 payment||Second Quarter of 2012-13, on receipt and acceptance of satisfactory Progress Reports and end of financial year acquittals|
|2013-14 payment||Second Quarter of 2013-14, on receipt and acceptance of satisfactory Progress Reports and end of financial year acquittals|
E34. Where agreed performance targets and occupancy rates are not fully met the subsequent annual payment may be adjusted to reflect the degree of performance achieved in the previous annual period.
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