block contract

block contract

An NHS (UK) term of art for an arrangement in which the health services provider (as used in the UK, providers refer to corporate entities such as hospitals and trusts, and not to individuals) is paid an annual fee in installments by the Healthcare Commissioner in return for providing a defined range of services, especially a new service—e.g., respite care, day care, home care—over a fixed period.
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PT Pertamina, an Indonesia-based oil and gas company, has received an offshore West Madura oil and gas block contract from Indonesia.
President Obama is moving to block contract awards to companies owing back taxes.
Total actually opens opportunities to Pertamina to enter the block by 2017, or the last year of the block contract. Total also invites Pertamina to explore oil and gas potential offshore.
The Norwegian vehicle components manufacturer Hydro Aluminium Automotive, part of Norsk Hydro ASA, has reportedly secured a major engine block contract from the German-American car maker DaimlerChrysler.
Irish oil and gas exploration and production company Bula Resources said it has concluded one oil block contract with Iraq and was considering applying for another field development project there.
The Council are looking to purchase up to 10 childrens residential beds, as a block contract within the administrative boundary of Devon County Council, across 2 lots.
Wales - through Health Commission Wales - buys health services for Welsh patients using the old block contract system.
The council are looking to purchase up to ten childrens residential beds, as a block contract within the administrative boundary of devon county council, across two lots.
The firm has 80-90 staff, including its Vale of Glamorgan office, with 40 Cardiff workers, many of whom do not know what will happen after the block contract ends on April 1.
A spokesman for King's confirmed that the hospital carries out liver transplants on a "small number of patients" referred to them by EU countries, with the costs of the operations met through a block contract with the Department of Health.
The firm has 80-90 staff including its Vale of Glamorgan office - with 40 Cardiff workers - many of whom do not know what will happen after the block contract ends.
The company has asked us to point out that it has had its block contract extended to April 2011.