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Document How do I claim for vaccines administered through the pharmacy flu vaccination service?

18/19 Flu Season

Claims for payments should be made monthly, via either the webform or the paper claim form provided by the NHSBSA (but not both). Claims will be accepted by the NHSBSA within six months of administration of the vaccination, in accordance with the usual Drug Tariff claims process. Later claims will not be processed.

The service claim form is available via the NHSBSA website. We will send a unique url (link) to the webform of all community pharmacy premises shared NHSmail accounts on a monthly basis. If you use the webform for submitting your claims, you should ensure that you only make a single claim for each calendar month, as subsequent submissions for that claim month will not be accepted by the webform.


A step by step guide and FAQ's to submitting your digital flu submission can be found here.

Click here to download the claim form from our website. This should be included with your normal end of month submissions.

19/20 Flu Season

Claims for payment should be made online through the Manage Your Submission (MYS) portal.


The pharmacy will need to register for this portal before any claims can be made. Information on how to do this can be found on our website.


Patient details are not required as part of your declaration. However as part of the terms of the Terms of the Community Pharmacy Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Advanced Service set out in the service specification, details of patients that have been vaccinated must be sent to the appropriate GP no later than the following working day.

Claims for flu vaccinations administered as part of this service cannot be submitted on FP10 prescription forms.

You can view the service specification and further information on our website
 
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