Just under 2 weeks to complete Pharmacy Access Scheme 2022 review application

Just under 2 weeks to complete Pharmacy Access Scheme 2022 review application

January 19, 2022

Community pharmacy contractors eligible to apply for a Pharmacy Access Scheme (PhAS) review are reminded that they have until midnight on 4th February 2022 to complete their applications on the dedicated NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE&I) web review portal.

PhAS 2022 started on 1st January 2022 and the review application window opened on 4th January 2022.

https://psnc.org.uk/our-news/revised-pharmacy-access-scheme-begins/

Contractors applying for a review are strongly encouraged to read PhAS: contractor guidance on submitting an eligibility review application – distance grounds only before starting their applications. Please note, applications must be made using the NHSE&I web review portal and it is important to gather all the evidence you need for an application before you start it.

Those contractors seeking a review are also advised to ensure the pharmacy is registered on NHSBSA’s Manage Your Service (MYS) portal to provide CPCS, because PhAS 2022 payments are dependent on this.

Further information is available below

PSNC’s PhAS webpage (including FAQs)

PSNC Briefing 033/21: Pharmacy Access Scheme starting from January 2022

DHSC guidance: 2022 Pharmacy Access Scheme

NHSBSA website: The 2022 Pharmacy Access Scheme

If you have any questions not answered by this guidance, please contact Gordon Hockey, Director, Legal or Layla Rahman, Regulations Officer.



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