Whether a service provider organisation has formal working partnership(s) with other service provider(s) or organisation(s), as represented by a code.
RepresentationThis representation is based on the value domain for this data element, more information is available at " Yes/no code N ".
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A formal working partnership involves arrangements between a service provider organisation and another service provider or organisation, aimed at providing integrated and seamless care, so that clients are able to move smoothly between services and service settings.
A formal working partnership is a verbal or written agreement between two or more parties. It specifies the roles and responsibilities of each party, including the expected outcomes of the agreement.
Key elements of a formal working partnership are that it is organised, routine, collaborative, and systematic. It excludes ad hoc arrangements. Examples of formal working partnerships include the existence of: written service agreements; formal liaison; referral and discharge planning processes; formal and routine consultation; protocols; partnership working groups; memoranda of understanding with other providers; and case conferencing.
CODE 1 Yes
The service provider organisation has formal working partnership(s) with other service provider(s) or organisation(s) in place.
CODE 2 No
The service provider organisation has no formal working partnership(s) with other service provider(s) or organisation(s) in place.
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