PSNC Webinar series to help you understand the imposition of funding and what the new funding changes mean for you – now available on demand

PSNC Webinar series to help you understand the imposition of funding and what the new funding changes mean for you – now available on demand

November 15, 2016

PSNC has launched a series of webinars to help community pharmacy contractors to understand the imposition of funding and other changes recently made by the Government.

The first webinar, on funding changes and what they mean for you, is available to watch on-demand.

A second webinar, on the Pharmacy Access Scheme and regulations surrounding pharmacy mergers, was held on 16th November and the on-demand recording is now available to watch.

The third webinar, on Quality Payments and what they mean for you, is also now available to watch on demand.

The final webinar was held on Wednesday 30th November. During this webinar Alastair  Buxton, Director of NHS Services at PSNC, explained how the NHS Urgent Medicine Supply Advanced Service pilot will operate. He also outlined the service requirements and explained where to find resources to help you manage the service. An on-demand recording of the webinar will be available shortly.

 




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