Service Agreement Queensland Health

The current service contract is valid for the period from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022. All changes to the service agreement during this period are recorded in an amendment. The Department of Communities, Vulnerability and Seniors (Department) funds non-governmental organizations to provide a number of front-line services that enable Queensland in need of protection to improve their lives. This signed service agreement contains funding, activity and performance requirements for the Metro North Hospital and Health Service 2019-2022. The streamlined service contract is used for most of the service funding and consists of two parts: current service agreements and changes to the Geographic Basins of the Metro North Hospital and Health Service (HHS) are generally used in service agreements to determine where funded services are provided. Watersheds are also used to map service data in a common way and to better show coverage and dissemination of service delivery in Queensland. This information can be used to identify needs and gaps in service delivery and to inform future investment decisions of the department. The funding plan is part of the funding and service details and provides funding and services to be provided, as well as reporting obligations. If you need copies of previous service contract revisions 2016/2017 – 2018/19 or related changes, please contact When an organization is funded for the provision of low-risk, low-value-added services and has a streamlined service contract, funding through a funding plan can be included in the service agreement instead of entering into a separate short-form agreement.

The optimized short-forming agreement is designed for low-risk, low-value services or activities. The abbreviated form agreement consists of two components: service agreements can describe geographical watersheds in two ways: the standard suite of contracts will be used by all Queensland authorities as a basis for the allocation of social, economic and cultural services, for the granting of funding to local organisations and for sponsorship agreements. There is a service agreement between the Ministry of Health and all hospital and health services (HHS) for the delivery of public health services. The Standard Suite of Contracts contains the standard conditions for all social services funded by the Queensland government. More information about the standard suite of contracts can be found below. Previous versions of contracts and service specifications are available on the archive page. The standard suite of contracts allows for a modern and consistent approach to single administration in the allocation of social services and aims to facilitate business with the government. The whole standard suite of government-wide contracts is the basis of our streamlined agreements, including: the service agreement defines the health, education, research and other services that must be provided by HHS and the funding that must be made available to HHS for the delivery of these services. It also defines the results that need to be achieved by the SHH and how its power is measured. There are two streamlined agreements currently used by the department: If you have any questions, please contact the contract and services management department: the short-form terms may be appropriate if the service agreement is not respected.