Indicative income tables

Indicative income tables

PSNC has produced Indicative Income Tables to show the payments an average pharmacy could expect to receive, for a given volume of dispensing. Please note in practice payments between pharmacies of the same dispensing volume may differ due to factors such as dispensing mix and additional fees such as fees for controlled drugs and expensive items.

Indicative Income Tables

2016/17 and 2017/18 Indicative Income Tables (PDF)

Older tables

H1 indicative income tables (based on April 2015 arrangements) (PDF)

H2 indicative income tables (based on October 2015 arrangements) (PDF)

H1 indicative income tables (based on April 2014 arrangements) (PDF)

H2 indicative income tables (based on November 2014 arrangements) (PDF)

Nb. H2 Income Tables are from November 2014 onwards, in order to reflect the Practice Payment changes effective from November 2014.

Indicative Income Tables (based on October 2013 arrangements) (PDF)

Indicative Income Tables (based on April 2013 arrangements) (PDF)

Indicative Income Tables (based on October 2012 arrangements) (PDF)

Indicative Income Tables (based on April 2012 arrangements) (PDF) (Updated Sep 2012)

If you require access to Indicative Income Tables for older period, please contact us.

 

 Indicative Income Calculator

PSNC has also produced an Indicative Income Calculator to provide an estimate of the payments a pharmacy would receive based upon dispensing volume.

2016/17 and 2017/18 Indicative Income Calculator (Microsoft Excel)



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