Commissioning background

Australia's 31 PHNs work under a commissioning model, which seeks to drive improvements in efficiency and effectiveness of primary health care services. Through commissioning, priorities and decisions in funding are informed by regional planning and regional input; investing for population health outcomes, improved service coordination, system integration and value for money.

Population health-based commissioning shifts the focus from purchasing services and funding them on the basis of usage, to the design of models of patient care that deliver improved health outcomes with a mix of interventions from a range of providers.

Click here to read Murray PHN's Commissioning Framework, Version 5, January 2020

Current tender opportunities 

Bushfire Recovery Community-based supports
Murray PHN has received funding through the Commonwealth Government’s Bushfire Recovery Community Wellbeing & Participation measure for non-clinical community-based supports. These supports can include additional social workers, programs/events or workers attending events, and activities that increase the awareness of mental health issues and access to support, particularly among priority groups.

The funded activity is to be delivered by and within the six Local Government Authorities (LGA) affected by the 2019-20 bushfires: Mansfield, Alpine, Wangaratta, Towong, Wodonga and Indigo. Tender submissions close 4pm, Friday 19 March 2021.

Register to apply for tenders

Murray PHN has centralised all tenders for health services through the web-based TenderSearch portal tendersearch.com.au/murrayphn

All health service providers interested in responding to Murray PHN tenders are encouraged to register with TenderSearch. Registration is free and ensures that you will be notified when relevant tenders are released and receive any updated information during the tender process: only registered users will be able to download tender documents and respond to tender opportunities through TenderSearch.

When registering, ensure you click the 'classification link' appropriate to the types of health services you are interested in providing. If you experience any difficulties with this process, contact TenderSearch t: 1800 836 337.