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As a Community Care service provider, you can tap into the Healthcare Productivity Fund - Intermediate and Long-Term Care (HPF-ILTC) to support your productivity efforts through:​

​Use of technology​Process reviewsAggregating demand for goods and services​
​​ ​HPF-ILTC's funding support is available through the following:​ ​​ ​​​ ​
-​​Community Health Improvement & Productivity Scheme (CHIPS)
-IT Enablement
-Business Process Redesign (BPR) / Job Redesign (JR)- Shared Procurement Services​

The HPF-ILTC is an initiative under the Healthcare Productivity Roadmap, endorsed by the National Productivity and Continuing Education Council (NPCEC)​.

This grant supports partners who wish to test out new ideas to use manpower and resources more effectively. 

CHIPS funds up to 80% for projects new to the sector, and two-thirds the cost for other eligible projects.

If you are thinking about tapping on automation or technology, ways to improve your working conditions, or how to improve the quality of your care, click here to read how CHIPS can help.​

This collaboration between Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) and participating Community Care partners aggregates the demand for various goods and services. 


As a result, you can enjoy bulk purchase savings, better contract terms and service quality from vendors. Your staff will also spend less time on purchasing items.  

Examples of shared procurement initiatives include the bulk purchase of medical and non-medical items for Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs), and IT support services.

News articles on Shared Procurement Services:
23 January 2010, Business Times: Cheaper Supplies through Bulk Scheme
4 December 2012, Improving quality, Cost and Delivery   

Click here​ to read more about Shared Procurement Services and how to join the programme. 

​This scheme helps you to improve current workflows, processes and job functions for a better, more efficient workplace.  ​

  • ​BPR 5K Voucher. Funds up to $5,000 for a small-scale process review to identify areas of improvement within your organisation.
  • BPR. Funds up to two-thirds of the cost for subsequently implementing a full-scale process improvement project.​
  • JR. Funds efforts to enhance / redefine the nursing, social work or therapist job functions.
Click here to read more about BPR and JR.
Click here​ to download the Job Redesign Infokit for Community Care service providers.

This programme helps eligible organisations to tap on technology for better care integration and to provide better quality care for their clients. 

 
This is in line with Ministry of Health Holdings’ Community Care IT strategy that aims to support greater IT adoption by Community Care providers.

If you fit the bill and wish to join in the programme, please contact us for more details.

​Your organisation is eligible for HPF-ILTC funding if it is:

  • An institution providing ILTC healthcare and/or social services that are in line with the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) licensing or service requirements; or
  • A third party service provider with Institutions of Public Character (IPC) status that provides supporting healthcare services to VWOs providing ILTC healthcare services.​

​If you have any queries, please contact us at 6603 6800 or email hpf@aic.sg. ​