Please provide the following information for each claim made for administering COVID-19 vaccinations:
- The name and postcode of the primary care network or pharmacy contractor.
- The submission date.
- The number of vaccines administered.
- The payment made or to be made.
A copy of the information is attached.
The NHSBSA calculates payments for COVID-19 vaccinations to pharmacies and Primary Care Networks (PCNs) in England.
COVID-19 vaccination data is keyed in via Point of Care (POC) systems and then transferred to the NHSBSA’s Manage Your Service (MYS) portal.
Each month, vaccine providers submit claims to request payment based on the data that has been transferred into MYS. To be paid in a timely fashion such claims must be submitted during a specified declaration submission period. Should claims be submitted outside the time windows, payments will be made later. This means that in some cases there is a difference between the number of vaccines that have been 'claimed' and the number that have been 'paid'.
Both the number of 'claimed' and 'paid' vaccinations have been reported in this request.
Submission/Claim Month –
This is the month in which the claim for payment for a vaccination occurred.
The latest data used is a snapshot of the MYS system data that was taken on 7 February
2022. This is the snapshot of data taken after the February submission period that was
used to calculate payments Vaccination records are limited to those which have been associated with a declaration submission. This may include late submission declarations received after the deadline for declarations such records are not processed until the next month.
The most recent claim window closed on 5 February 2022. Vaccines claimed after that
date will be paid in March 2022. This is why all claims in the data submitted from 6
February 2022 onwards have not been paid.
If you have any queries regarding the data provided, or if you plan on publishing the data
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org ensuring you quote the above
reference. This is important to ensure that the figures are not misunderstood or
If you plan on producing a press or broadcast story based upon the data please contact
email@example.com. This is important to ensure that the figures are not
misunderstood or misrepresented.
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originated. Please obtain their permission before reproducing any third party (non
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