General Practice Referrals To Community Pharmacist Consultation Service – Pharmacy Team Support Webinar

Thursday, 24 June, 2021 19:00-20:15
Via Microsoft Teams


GP Referrals to CPCS will be ramping up very quickly across South Staffordshire in the coming weeks, with a target for all practices to be active by the end of September! So, if you and your team are still unsure about what you need to do to be ready to accept and effectively manage referrals, this webinar is for you – locums and relief staff included.

Also, the deadline for claiming your £300 Engagement & Setup Payment is getting closer; contractors registered to provide the CPCS can claim the payment if they undertake a range of actions to get ready for rolling out the referral pathway in their area by 30th June 2021. The requirements are detailed in Annex F of the updated service specification and claims need to be made via the NHSBSA’s Manage Your Service portal by 5th July 2021. Ths meeting will qualify you for the meeting requirements under Annex F.

The objectives for the webinar are:

  • What GP-CPCS is and why has it been introduced
  • What it includes
  • Why it is good for patients, practice and pharmacy contractors
  • Some case studies
  • Why we must all be supporting it

The meeting channel will be open from 7pm, with the main webinar starting at 7.15pm; we do not expect it to last longer than an hour.

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