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Introduction to the any willing provider model (1 CPD hour)

Take a Practical Commissioning CPD module on how the any willing provider model (AWP) has evolved and where it is going, worth a suggested 1 credit.

Take a Practical Commissioning CPD module on how the any willing provider model (AWP) has evolved and where it is going, worth a suggested 1 credit.

Read the following features on any willing provider and reflect on the questions below:

1/ The nuts and bolts of the any willing provider model, Practical Commissioning, July 2009

2/ Opening up the market, Practical Commissioning, December 2010

Questions to reflect on

1/ Why was any willing provider introduced?

2/ Could all services be provided under any willing provider?

3/ What are the pros and cons of any willing provider for commissioners and providers?

Now record your general learning points about any willing provider based on what you have read to download your certificate.

We have also included some action points you may wish to complete to further enhance your knowledge and increase the time claimed for this module.

Introduction to the any willing provider model Introduction to the any willing provider model Download your certificate

To collect and download your certificate, please click the button below.




 

Suggested action points – you may delete and substitute with your own if you prefer

1/ Find out how much the any willing provider model has been utilised in my area and what has held it back.

2/ Discuss what its potential locally is – and the pros and cons of increased use.

3/ Look at the
Supply2Health
website to see what kinds of services have been sought under any willing provider by PCTs in the past.

4/ Explore who will manage the AWP list in the future locally

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