Closing Date: 5.00pm on Friday 15 February 2019
The purpose of this consultation is to consider the proposed changes to the Northern Ireland weighted Capitation Formula. This consultation process offers an opportunity for all stakeholders to consider and comment on the proposed changes.
You can respond to this consultation by e-mail or letter.
The consultation documents, including the response form, are available below.
The consultation process will last for an eight week period ending Friday 15 February 2019.
The consultation process offers an opportunity for all stakeholders to consider and comment on the proposed changes to the weighted capitation formula for the population of Northern Ireland.
The Board is committed to making information as accessible as possible and to promoting meaningful engagement. The consultation document can be made available on request and where reasonably practicable in an alternative format e.g. braille, audio formats, large print or minority languages to meet the needs of those for who English is not their first language.
|Consultation Letter - Family and Childcare Capitation Review||19th December 2018|
|Consultation and Response Document - Family and Childcare Capitation Formula||19th December 2018|
|Data Protection Impact Assessment||19th December 2018|
|Report on Review of Family and Childcare Capitation Formula||19th December 2018|
Comments are invited on the consultation questions listed in section C of the consultation document.
Responses should be sent to:
Consultation on proposed changes to Northern Ireland Weighted Capitation Formula
Health and Social Care Board
12-22 Linenhall Street
Belfast BT2 8BS
Responses must be received no later than 5.00pm on Friday 15 February 2019.
Before you submit your response, please read Appendix 1 about the effect of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on the confidentiality of responses to public consultation exercises. If you require the documents in another format or language please use the contact details below.
Following the end of the consultation period, a post-consultation document will be developed, incorporating an analysis of responses and recommendations.
For further information contact the Health and Social Care Board’s Finance Directorate, telephone: 0300 555 0115