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Receive your NHS payments promptly
Pharmacy contractors have reported a significant increase in promptness of payment and are able to track those payments more successfully than ever beforeMore...

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Real Time Service Reporting
Real time audit reports are generated at the touch of a button, providing you with updated patient outcome information on a daily basis. Support training can be effectively targeted for effective service deliveryMore...

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No online patient information
Because the identifying patient information is held within the service providers normal governance arrangements, these meet the standards necessary at all timesMore...

easy implementation of new services

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Easy implementation of New Services
Audits and reports can be tailor-made to meet your needs and with minimal training commissioners and their teams can create online services - free of charge or expenseMore...

What is PharmOutcomes

When we started the PharmOutcomes project two years ago, it was with two clear objectives in mind - to capture the evidence of community pharmacy‘s benefit for patients and to ease the burden of record keeping, service management and financial tracking for services provided by community pharmacies.

The existence of PharmOutcomes and the data it has allowed us to collate on NMS has enabled PSNC to undertake preliminary studies on the outcomes of NMS, the results of which have been very encouraging. The national NMS evaluation, funded by the Department of Health, also has access to data from PharmOutcomes. Without PharmOutcomes, we would not be in a position to seek re-commissioning of the service in 2013.

However, life and the NHS move on and we are in a position where local is more important than ever. The cost of developing a new service module on the current PharmOutcomes infrastructure has slowed the development of the platform and has made it difficult for LPCs to negotiate with local commissioners to meet their specific needs. Whilst all in community pharmacy would wish to see greater standardisation in services, local flexibility is expected to become more important from April 2013 with the commissioning of many local services moving to Local Authorities

Latest News

  • New Feature - Provision Report

    A standard provision report has been added that allows you to see how many provisions for each servimore...

  • New Feature - Client Finder

    You can now find clients or patients more easily in your historymore...

  • What do you want your system to do?

    Let us know any extra features you would like to see in the future.more...

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Two clear objectives

  • 1. To capture the evidence of community pharmacy‘s benefit for patients
  • 2. To ease the burden of record keeping, service management and financial tracking for services provided by community pharmacies.