Understanding funding and other changes: PSNC webinar series

Understanding funding and other changes: PSNC webinar series

November 3, 2016

PSNC has launched a series of webinars to help community pharmacy contractors to understand the imposition of funding and other changes recently made by the Government.

The webinars will cover what changes are being made from December 1st and how contractors may be affected, as well as giving the opportunity to ask members of the PSNC team questions. The webinars will be held on consecutive Wednesdays in November.

The first webinar, on funding changes and what they mean for you, is scheduled for Wednesday 9th November at 7.30pm. On the night Mike Dent, PSNC Director of Pharmacy Funding, and Harpreet Chana, our Head of Funding Strategy, will explain the changes to how funding will be distributed. They will also outline the differences that contractors will see in their payments from the NHS and make sure you know where to find resources to help you estimate the potential changes to your income.

Register for the Funding changes webinar here

The second webinar is scheduled for Wednesday 16th November at 7.30pm. During this webinar Gordon Hockey, PSNC Director of Operations and Support, will explain how the Pharmacy Access Scheme (PhAS) will work and outline new regulations surrounding pharmacy mergers and consolidations.

Register for the Pharmacy Access Scheme webinar here

Lasting about 60 minutes each, you’ll have the chance to ask the presenters questions live and we’ll also be tweeting on those nights so follow #pharmacychanges to keep up with all that is going on.

Subsequent webinars will cover Quality Payments and the Urgent Medicine Supply Service pilot. Details of how to register for those webinars will be made available in due course – keep an eye on our website or look out for our emails so you don’t miss out.

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