MYS portal to be only route for referred back, disallowed items from July


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From July 2022, MYS portal (Manage Your Services) will be the only route available for pharmacy contactors to submit all new prescription returns/referred back items and disallowed items, reminded the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC).

Contractors will be able to view and submit the required information for all these items only through the MYS portal.

The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) will send out a notification email from July (for the dispensing month of June) to the pharmacy NHSmail account if any new referred back or disallowed items have been generated for the contractor to complete on their MYS account.

“Contractors can view any referred back items for completion by checking the ‘Unpaid items’ tab on MYS landing page,” PSNC.

“It is important to note that prescription returns/referred back items via MYS are only held in the system for a period of 18 months from the date they are first sent to the pharmacy for action; if contractors have not completed and returned any outstanding referred backs before this deadline has passed, the referred back items will be deleted from system.”

The NHSBSA will continue to process any paper referred back items that were sent out before the switchover.

PSNC suggested, “Contractors with paper referred back items from previous months should aim to complete the required information and return these to the NHSBSA together with their monthly prescription bundle as soon as possible to avoid any delays to payment.”

Prescription returns will be processed in line with the guidance for their original submission method and will be priced using the Drug Tariff relevant to the dispensing month in which the prescription return is received by the NHSBSA.”


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