Social Benefit Bonds Breakfast (16 March 2016)
Insights into Social Benefit Bonds and Payment by Outcome Contracting.
Innovative funding models were presented on ways to support initiatives that create positive social impacts. Over 30 delegates attended the breakfast to hear from McCullough Robertson Lawyers about how organisations can best prepare themselves to be at the forefront of the new funding arrangements that the Queensland government are trialing.
McCullough Robertson Lawyers
Ren Niemann, Partner
Tony Roccisano, Special Counsel
What are Social Benefit Bonds?
How payment by outcome contracting fits into a Social Benefit Bond
The important operational issues and legal risk treatments that are specific to payment by outcome contracts.
Authored by University of Melbourne Associate Professor John Fitzgerald, this brief explores financing options in health care and calls for a closer examination of funding that links objectives to outcomes, including social impact bonds.
Deeble Institute Issues Brief - Options for Finance in Primary Care in Australia
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