Mental Health Services: Children and Young People:Written question - 191397

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Asked on: 14 November 2018
Department of Health and Social Care
Mental Health Services: Children and Young People
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what proportion of publicly-funded CAMHS in-patient services are delivered by private providers; and what the names are of those providers.
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Answered by: Jackie Doyle-Price
Answered on: 19 November 2018

The following table shows total child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) expenditure for the last five years split by type of provider. The information relates to Tier 4 specialised mental health beds for children and young people, aged 13-18, commissioned by NHS England. CAMHS Tier 4 includes general inpatient care and specialised eating disorders services. These figures will include very small elements of non-in-patient services as we are unable to detail spend on inpatients only.

CAMHS Expenditure

Expenditure at Independent Sector (IS) Providers on CAMHS

Expenditure at National Health Service Providers on CAMHS

Expenditure at IS Providers on CAMHS

Expenditure at NHS Providers on CAMHS

£ million

£ million

£ million

%

%

2013/14

252.0

122.0

130.0

48%

52%

2014/15

279.6

120.3

159.3

43%

57%

2015/16

319.1

136.6

182.5

43%

57%

2016/17

341.5

156.4

185.1

46%

54%

2017/18

355.2

156.5

198.7

44%

56%

Spend in Independent Sector providers in 2017/18 totalled £156.5 million.

Grouped Questions: 191398

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