Some contractors are “losing tens of thousands of pounds” due to errors made when submitting EPS claims.
The Government is to roll out the electronic prescription service (EPS) across England from November.
This year’s Pharmacy Show had it all: top-brass speakers, a wealth of exhibitors and plenty of CPD opportunities for the whole pharmacy team.
Portsmouth CCG is the first in the country to have 100 per cent of GP practices able to use the EPS.
Schedule 2 and 3 controlled drugs will now be available via the electronic prescription service (EPS), NHS Digital has announced.
NHS Digital has launched a pilot that could see more than 95 per cent of GP prescriptions processed electronically, saving the NHS time and money.
Health secretary, Matt Hancock, intends to accelerate the completion of the roll out of the electronic prescribing service
Every eligible GP practice in the capital has switched to sending electronic prescriptions directly to pharmacies, NHS Digital has announced
A scheme that integrates EPS into urgent care settings is to be rolled out nationally following successful pilots in London and the East Midlands, NHS Digital has announced.
The electronic prescription service (EPS) has managed to save the NHS £130 million over three years, according to new statistics released by NHS Digital.
The electronic prescription service (EPS) has provided significant time and cost savings to prescribers, pharmacies and patients, NHS Digital has said
For the first time ever, the electronic prescription service (EPS) has processed one million prescriptions in a single day.
A total 500 million electronic prescriptions have now been issued through the system.
PSNC is encouraging community pharmacy staff to take part in a survey of the costs, systems and usage of EPS.