SY Quality Payments information session (Bassetlaw contractors)

Tuesday, 27 November, 2018 7pm - 9.15pm
Holiday Inn, Junction 33 M1, West Bawtry Road, Rotherham S60 2XL

Date:     Tuesday 27th November 2018

Venue:  Holiday Inn, Junction 33 M1, West Bawtry Road, Rotherham S60 2XL

Time:     7pm – 9.15pm (refreshments from 6.30pm


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Maximising your return from the Quality Payment Scheme

In the financially challenging environment that pharmacy works within, it is important to ensure we are able to claim everything that we can. The Quality Payment Scheme provides an extra source of income from the NHS and in its second year new criteria have been introduced. It is important to ensure contractors meet these criteria by the review date on Friday 15th February.


This workshop is being provided to help pharmacy contractors develop an action plan to maximise their income from the Quality Payment Scheme with an emphasis on the new criteria.


The workshop will cover;

  • Meeting the Gateway Criteria
  • Meeting the Quality Standards
    • Avoiding and reporting errors
    • Undertaking a risk review
    • Undertaking your NSAID audit
    • Effective asthma referrals
  • Action planning for QPS
  • Other action to maximise pharmacy profit

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