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Request Reference: 8566 Request Date: 11 Jun 2019
Request: Hi, Please can I request the following under Freedom of Information:- From the prescriptions dispensed and submitted for January - Marc 2019, the number of professional fees for each pharmacy used to calculate each month''s advance payment, and the values of the advanced payments for those prescriptions. For the prescriptions dispensed and submitted for January - March 2019, the finalised number of professional fees for each pharmacy, and the finalised value of the payments for those prescriptions, used to determine the final FP34 payments. Please provide the above in a Microsoft Excel compatible file, showing the above data individually by ODS code and for each of the three months, for all English pharmacies. Thank you for your help with this - if you''ve any questions on the above please let me know [name redacted] [On 4 July 2019 you clarified the following:]For the “finalised value of the payments for those prescriptions” in the second bullet point of the request, this would be the equivalent of “Total of account” line on the FP34 for those dispensing months. I’m looking to compare this information to the equivalent of the “Payment on account line” in the previous month’s FP34. Hopefully, part 1 of the request should show (for each pharmacy by month) the number of professional fees the advance payment for January – March 2019 dispensing is calculated on, and the calculated value of the advanced payment. Part 2 of the request should show (for each pharmacy by month) the finalised (a month later) number of professional fees and the actual value paid for those months (again for the dispensing months Jan-March 2019). Thanks for the link, can see I can get the finalised number of professional fees for part 2 (and can use that info) but can’t see the other elements of the request.

Status: Complete
Response Date: 01 Aug 2019
Response: Please see attached response.

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