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«Payments Online Guidance Part of the NHS Business Services Authority Supporting the NHS, supplying the NHS, protecting the NHS Date 01 April 2015 1 ...»

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 Displays Contract Details with the message “Updates Accepted”  Ask a colleague to authorise the changes.

35.4. Recording Access and Quality Performance Payments Access and Quality Performance payment elements should be paid via adjustment codes;

PZA = PDS Plus Access Payment PZP = PDS Plus Performance Payment Follow the record an adjustment process detailed in section 14.

Enter the monthly amount to be paid and the appropriate date range Save and ask a colleague to authorise the adjustment(s) from queue processing

35.5. Minimum Income Guarantee The Health Body have the option to have a Minimum Income Guarantee (MIG) for an agreed amount on the contract if they choose to. By setting a MIG if the contract has not achieved on their Access and Quality Performance, the contractor will still receive their guaranteed payment.

The Minimum Income Guarantee (MIG) adjustment code PZM is a balancing adjustment; it pays the balance between what was recorded for Access and Performance (PZA & PZP) and the total for the MIG. It is not paid in addition to the Access and Performance payments Record the MIG as an adjustment using the following code;

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Follow the record an adjustment process detailed in section 14.

Enter the total monthly payment that you guarantee the Provider to receive over and above the service payment (Access + Quality Performance) and enter the appropriate date range.

Save and ask a colleague to authorise the adjustment(s) from queue processing.

The Providers Pay Statement will be presented as follows;

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Please ensure that any changes or updates made to pilot contracts in POL are in agreement with your PCC Regional Support Lead to ensure that these changes or updates are reflected in other pilot databases and systems.

Select the contract and the ‘Update Contract’ option Do not change the current GDS or PDS indicator but now click on the ‘Pilot’ Indicator Save the changes and get it authorised by a colleague.

Date 01 April 2015 82 Payments Online Guidance Issue: 9 Amendment 0

36.1. Maintain Baselines The Total Contract Value entered will be the Actual Annual Pilot Value (AAPV). For Type 3 pilots this will be the sum of AAPV3 C and AAPV 3 R as detailed in the notice of variation for the pilot. The amount entered should be an annual figure as the system will pay one twelfth each month.

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If there has been under or over performance in the year preceding the start of the pilot which has not been accounted for, you can use the Carry Forward facility within the contract activity area of Maintain Baselines to record this, but this will need to be re-entered again the following year, as it is likely that the pilots will span more than one financial year.

The next area relates to Net Pensionable Pay (NPP) or superannuable earnings, the Statement of Financial Entitlements states that only 43.9% of the Negotiated Annual Pilot Value (NAPV) can be allocated as NPP.

 If the provider is superannuable. Enter the Annual Net Pensionable Pay with a start and end date if appropriate. NB the superannuation status of the provider is determined by the entry on the performer details screen.

 If you do not know the NPP for a provider and or performer you can enter the gross allocation in the NPP Calculator field and when you click on the Start Date field it will calculate it for you, and pre populate the NPP.

Enter Providers Annual NPP with the actual start date (dd/mm/yyyy) and the end date if appropriate. The system will calculate part monthly payments where the Contract starts or ends part way through the month.

36.2. Additional Payments

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If the dentist is not a single-handed provider/performer, enter Net Pensionable Pay for performers. If there is a VDP associated with the contract amounts will be pre-populated. See Section 18 for adding a VDP to a contract.

If the performer is superannuable a Net Pensionable amount must be entered, unless a reason for exemption has been selected from the drop down list in the contract page. See section 6.3 Reasons for exemption from NPP are listed below;

NB the superannuation status of the performer is determined by the entry on the performer details screen.

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 Click Save.

 Displays Contract Details with the message “Updates Accepted”  Ask a colleague to authorise the changes.

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Payments for Advanced Mandatory Services and Specialist Services will be paid via adjustments, follow the Record Adjustment process detailed in Section 14 of this manual.

The new adjustment codes include;

RPA - Reform pilot access services RPD - Reform pilot domiciliary services RPH - Reform pilot out of hours services RPO - Reform pilot orthodontics RPS - Reform pilot sedation RPP - Reform pilot other (1) RPM - Reform pilot other (2) RPN – Reform pilot other (3) PRP – Pilot reconciliation month 12 payment PRD – Pilot reconciliation month 12 deduction All codes are 43.9% superannuable and will be reported under the PCT Specific Items category.

These codes can be recorded against either a Provider or Performer, however if the Provider is a company then the amount will not be superannuable as the company is not a member of the NHS Pension Scheme.

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