Victorian Public Mental Health Services Enterprise Agreement 2017

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HACSU is proud to announce that the Victorian Public Mental Health EBA 2016-2020 has been certified by the Fair Work Commission today, April 20, 2017. Public psychiatric services will receive additional funding adjustments via the Budget Payment System (BPS) from October 2017. Users of the Healthcollect portal can view details of adaptations via the portal. This was included in the ministry`s calculations regarding the ability of public psychiatric services to cover the costs of implementing EA mental health in 2016, including the payment of one-time lump sum payments in advance as part of the agreement. If you wish to appoint another person, including yourself, as an independent negotiator, please send the name, title and contact information of your appointed independent representative to in writing, with your signature and date, so that we can ensure that the appointee will be associated with the negotiation meetings. You can name yourself if you wish. If you have any questions throughout the process, I recommend that you ask them by contacting you with the`s email address. The ministry will not consider any review of the funding of this corporate agreement unless the public hospital or health unit has clearly and fully identified the nature and appropriateness of what is considered an “unfunded” cost. In addition, the public hospital or health service must demonstrate that it has identified and used all sources of funding and disposable revenue that could help cover the costs in question. The agreement will take 7 “regular business days” until it comes into effect, when health services may include the first additional payment in the next pay cycle. This means that members will receive payments during the first full payment cycle after April 27, 2017.

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