total additional QOF income generated
Interface Pharmacists can support practices and primary care networks (PCNs) with their QOF 2020 / 2021 achievement. This will increase disease prevalence, clinical care and the associated income for practices.
Interface can identify patients attending the practice but missing from clinical registers. These patients are often being treated, but are missing from QOF disease registers due to coding errors or omissions. In turn, practices are not receiving the correct level of funding. Without proper register maintenance, patient care may also be impacted with diabetic patients potentially missing annual reviews for example. missing annual reviews. This can also mean that patients do not receive the appropriate COVID-19 advise for their condition
total additional QOF income generated
of additional income per 1,000 list size
Our Clinical Pharmacists have generated £8,577,179.34 worth of additional QOF income for practices and PCNs with 214,846 patients added to the QOF register.
Our Clinical Pharmacists have developed a bespoke set of searches to support practices and PCNs with their QOF achievement. On average, we identify £1,800 of additional income per 1,000 list size.
Our Service Support team will help you choose which Tier of our QOF: Disease Prevalence Service will be most beneficial to you. They can produce a free Health check to give you an insight into your current QOF standing. The team can also run through patient examples, discussing their inclusion and appropriate next steps as well as a live demonstration of the QOF Enhancement Tool so you’ll know how the service works. Then just head to the website and place the order. Service Support can provide assistance when placing your order.
When your order has been processed, you’ll receive your invoice automatically via email. When the payment has cleared, the team will get in touch to arrange the delivery of the service. Depending on the Tier you’ve chosen, the team will arrange your consultancy day/s and arrange for your tool to be produced. If you have opted to go for Tier 1, the report will be produced as quickly as possible so you can get started immediately.
If you’ve opted for a Tier 2 or above, Consultancy Days are included in your service. These will be delivered by one of our leading Clinical Pharmacists. They will get in touch ahead of your agreed delivery date to introduce themselves, arrange a timetable for the day/s and discuss your priorities for the service.
Our Clinical Pharmacist will attend to deliver your Consultancy Day/s. They will talk you through your tool and help you implement your practice plan. Working with your staff, the Pharmacist will begin sorting through the identified patients, discussing their inclusion, reasons for their current omission from registers and next steps to move them on to your registers.
As part of our QOF Disease Prevalence Service, we offer year long support irrelevant of the Tier you chose. All practices will be able to request unlimited Revalidation reports to check progress. Your practice team will also be able to call the Service Support team with any QOF questions or difficulties with individual cases or using the tool itself. If you’ve opted for a Tier 2 or Tier 3 service, you also have a structured Telephone Conference session included to provide additional support. This hour long session can be booked at any time within the QOF year.
Since 2010, Interface have been working practices to support in QOF disease prevalence register maintenance and improve QOF understanding.
Our free health check highlights how GP practices can increase disease prevalence and QOF income.
Interface has developed the Heart Failure (HF) Plus service to support Practices and Federations to investigate their heart failure registers, with the help of an experienced clinical pharmacist.
The Heart Failure Plus service is an additional module of our QOF Enhancement Service. In delivering QOF support to over 1,000 practices we recognised a need for further support within HF.
Our pharmacists are experts in long-term condition management and primary care clinical system IT.
Practices can purchase additional support from our team of QOF trained technicians based in our Head Office.
The Revalidation report is a helpful tool that allows practices to track their progress as they work through the full QOF Disease Prevalence tool.
What does an Interface Pharmacists deliver on a typical QOF day?