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Primary care support services relevant to opticians and optometrists include: administrating monthly payments of GOS claims; processing Performer List applications and GOS contract applications; deducting Local Optical Committee (LOC) levies; supply of GOS forms; and processing Continuing Education and Training (CET) payments.

To find out all the latest information from PCSE visit their Ophthalmic webpages at https://pcse.england.nhs.uk/services/ophthalmic-payments/

Check out PCSE’s general enquiries first before contacting PCSE as you may find your answer here: https://pcse.england.nhs.uk/help/ophthalmic-payments/general-queries/ 

Contact details

Please contact PCSE’s Ophthalmic team via their online portal at https://pcse.england.nhs.uk/contact-us/ or at pcse.optomengagement@nhs.net

Important links

  • Advise on submitting GOS forms through PMS Provider
  • Advise on submitting GOS forms through PCSE Online
  • Setting up users and performers through eGOS solution this is applicable to anyone wanting submit their GOS forms electronically
  • If you wish to order supplies, please click here

Important Update: Changes to GOS Claims

NHS England and NHS Improvement have recently written to contractors about the upcoming change in GOS claims forms. With practices now moving to submitting GOS claims online, the current paper GOS forms will cease on 30 September 2020. Click here to read more.

PCSE Online Seminars

Below are the dates for the upcoming Getting started with PCSE Online webinars. The hyperlinked dates below and will take you straight to the Eventbrite page for you to secure your ticket.

Please note that PCSE have recorded the webinars which took place on 28 and 30 July and will share highlights through the PCSE YouTube channel.  You can listen to them by clicking on the links below:

The YouTube channel also has a Katrina Explains… playlist with demos of the system to show you how to get started, how to make successful claims, and how to navigate through some of the less intuitive scenarios. The videos are short (approx. 3 mins-8 mins) and are definitely worth a watch while you’re waiting for the next webinar.