PSNC webinar: Making sense of the 2018/19 funding settlement


PSNC webinar: Making sense of the 2018/19 funding settlement

October 22, 2018

Following the announcement of community pharmacy funding for 2018/19, PSNC will be holding a webinar to discuss the settlement on Tuesday 30th October at 7.00pm.

On the night Simon Dukes, PSNC Chief Executive, and Mike Dent, PSNC Director of Pharmacy Funding, will be available to answer your questions about the settlement and what it means for your pharmacy and for the sector more broadly.

The webinar will outline the 2018/19 community pharmacy funding settlement and the background to its agreement, as well as explaining the changes to the Single Activity Fee and Category M prices. It will describe the differences that community pharmacy contractors will see in their payments from the NHS and explain to listeners where to find resources to help estimate the potential changes to your income.

Lasting about an hour and a half, the webinar will give you plenty of opportunity to ask the presenters questions live and we’ll also be tweeting on the night so follow #pharmacyfunding to keep up with all that is going on.

This webinar is being organised at short notice* because PSNC is keen to share as much information about the funding settlement as we can and to answer any questions from contractors.

*Please note that our FMD webinar will now be held on Wednesday 7th November at 7pm. If you have signed up for this webinar you will be automatically notified of the change.

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