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Guaranteed Caseloads Scheme

We are pleased to announce that we will soon start offering guaranteed caseloads to clinicians who want the security of a consistent caseload and fees. We launched a pilot in August 2021, intending to launch fully in the coming months. The introduction of this scheme is based on the feedback we received from the network and part of our ongoing programme to improve your working experience with us.

How will it work?

You will need to express your interest to us in having a guaranteed caseload. We hope this will be for more cases than you have now, but it’s up to you to say what you would like. We will then start to allocate you cases at the number you set and guarantee to pay you if we can’t allocate you new cases to keep you at that number.

When will it start?

The new Guaranteed Caseload scheme has already started for HITs doing video therapy and a small pilot group. We will start the new scheme formally for the whole network on the 1 November as the Summer Incentive Scheme concludes.

What do I need to do if I’m interested?

We would like you to contact Kelly Smith in Therapy Ops by emailing therapist@iesohealth.com, expressing your interest in taking part, and telling us the minimum caseload you’d like us to guarantee. You will need to do this anytime from now until the 15th October 2021.

What happens next?

We will write to you in mid- October and confirm the guaranteed caseload you have requested and explain more about how we will track this starting from the 1st November 2021. We will then work with you each month to ensure you are happy to continue at the number of cases you’ve requested.

How can Ieso really Guarantee Caseloads?

We have growing demand for our service from the NHS and patients, so we plan to maintain this scheme going forwards. In the unlikely event things change we will aim to give you plenty of notice.

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