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Dukes: I always planned to leave PSNC after 4 years

Leaving now gives my successor time to shape future contract, says Dukes.

Advance payments brought forward 20 days after PEPS collapse

Contractors can receive advance payment 20 days earlier on scripts dispensed from October onwards

RSG surveys contractors on future roles of national and local bodies

Contractors asked which functions to be delivered at local and national level.

New pharmacy quality scheme starts on September 1

The 2021-22 scheme will again contain seventy-five million pounds in funding.

We are aware of 'growing importance of ICSs' says RSG

James Wood assures contractors about integrated care systems as PSNC-LPCs reforms continue.

Contractors told to send quarterly NMS data once more

Contractors must start submitting NMS summary data on a quarterly basis once more.

Some contractors don't understand LPCs says review group

The review group tasked with developing proposals for representation speaks out.

NHS rejects calls to increase pharmacy flu jab payments

PSNC is "disappointed" that NHS England has refused its demands for a fee increase.

Announcement of Dukes exit 'could cause uncertainty'

Alliance boss Mount warns about uncertainty caused by Dukes impending departure.

Dukes to leave PSNC in September

PSNC chief executive Simon Dukes will leave his post at the end of September after just over three and-a-half years in the role.

Wright review group to hold focus groups to form proposals

The Wright review steering group will hold a series of online focus groups and workshops this month and in August.

Bill could give GPs too much power, warns PSNC

The PSNC and other health bodies want the Health and Care Bill to ensure professions outside of general practice are heard. 

PSNC: Use 'best judgement' in claiming Covid costs

PSNC chief Simon Dukes has urged contractors to "use their best judgement" when putting together their Covid costs evidence.   

DMS sees 13k consultations in first 3 months

Around a fifth of community pharmacies have dealt with over 13,000 DMS referrals in the first three months of the service, NHSE reveals.

The PSNC's call on the Government to write off the 370m advance "was never going to be agreed" by the Treasury, says chief exec Simon Dukes.

1,000 pharmacies to support Covid booster campaign in England

Service specifications to be published in early July, with a view to confirming those who would like to opt in in mid to late July

Positive response to Covid costs deal but long-term concerns persist

Pharmacy bodies have reacted largely positively to the improved terms offered for the reimbursement of Covid costs for pharmacies in England 

PSNC reaches deal with government on pharmacies' Covid costs

But the Treasury insists that pharmacies start paying back the £370m advance payments in six monthly instalments starting from October

Over 95% of items dispensed via EPS

Prescriptions sent via EPS account for more than 95 per cent of total items dispensed in England.

GPs are trying to rewrite history on Covid

General practice may not have literally shut its doors during the pandemic but access has been a massive problem. Why try to rewrite history?

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