Book now for our End of month submission webinar

Book now for our End of month submission webinar

August 31, 2018

Following on from our popular Endorsing webinar, PSNC and the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) will be holding an ‘End of month submission’ webinar on Tuesday 25th September at 7.30pm.

Webinar Details

When is it?
Tuesday 25th September at 7.30pm.Who should attend
Anyone involved in the end-of-month submission process.

How do I register?
Please click here to sign up.

Does this count towards CPD?
Yes – for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.

Are you interested in learning about:

  • How to complete your FP34c submission document and declare your figures correctly?
  • How to sort and submit paper prescriptions forms and EPS tokens correctly?
  • A pilot allowing pharmacies to submit and view prescription submission information digitally?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, sign up to our webinar where PSNC’s Dispensing and Supply Team and Ben Tindale, Digitisation Lead for NHS Prescription Services at the NHSBSA, will provide the answers. During the 60-minute webinar, there will also be an opportunity for viewers to ask questions.

On the night the presenters from PSNC will guide you through the end of month submission processes including how to correctly prepare, sort and submit your account at the end of each month.

Ben will follow with a description of the NHSBSA’s new ‘Manage Your Service’ online application pilot* which will give community pharmacy contractors the ability to digitally complete their end of month submission forms, referred back paper prescriptions and challenge disallowed items.

Book your place now

Unable to attend the webinar?
Don’t worry, you will be able to watch a recording on the PSNC website a few days after the event.

*Read a sneak preview of Manage Your Service in Ben’s blog.


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