Understanding your Schedule of Payments webinar

Understanding your Schedule of Payments webinar

PSNC and NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) held a webinar on Understanding your Schedule of Payments on 11th June 2019; a recorded version is available below.

During this webinar viewers were guided through how your pharmacy’s monthly Schedule of Payments is put together, potential discrepancies between the FP34c and FP34 were highlighted, NHSBSA also described the different sections of the Schedule of Payments. PSNC illustrated why monthly payments for contractors may fluctuate and how to use your Schedule of payment to monitor performance.

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Watch the on-demand version of the Understanding your Schedule of Payments webinar here

You can also click here to view the slide pack used in the webinar.

Relevant resources

Using your Schedule of Payment to monitor performance
PSNC webpage about how to check your Schedule of Payments for unusual trends/ potential errors.

Understanding your FP34 Schedule of Payment
PSNC webpage about the different sections of the Schedule of Payments.

NHSBSA payment information landing page
Where pharmacy contractors can access their payment information online.

NHSBSA Schedule of Payment explanation
NHS Prescription Services document on understanding your Schedule of Payments.

NHSBSA Schedule of Payment explanation – PEPS contractors
NHS Prescription Services document on understanding your Schedule of Payments. This variation is for pharmacy contractors paid via the Pharmacy Earlier Payments Scheme (PEPS).

End of month submission webinar by PSNC and NHSBSA
This webinar outlines the end of month submission processes and describes NHSBSA’s ‘Manage Your Service’ application which gives contractors the ability to digitally complete their end of month submission form.



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