18 Sep 2012
The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) has launched a series of offerings to help members with cash flow in recognition of continued pressures on the bottom line.
The new offerings for NPA members include:
The option to spread the cost of NPA membership and Indemnity Insurance over 10 instalments for a small administration fee.
Advanced payment of NHS FP34c returns - facilitated by NPA and Santander Corporate Banking
NPA Sales has also launched a flexible telecomms package which saves members time and money by aggregating contracts for line rental, phone and broadband providers. Members will also be able to spread the cost of large sales items such as fridges and CD cabinets over four monthly payments, interest free.
Mike Holden, Chief Executive of the National Pharmacy Association said:
“Our payment options have been created to help all members that are facing financial cash-flow pressures. In particular, we know that members struggle with cash flow issues caused by the reimbursement of NHS FP34c returns and Category-M clawback. Our partnership with Santander Corporate Banking can help to give members more stability with cash flow. The telecomms package is already proving popular and is one of many practical member benefits that we are arranging”.
For more information on the instalment payment option, contact the NPA’s membership team on 01727 858687. For more information on the products available for purchase on interest free credit and the telecoms offer, contact Sales on 0844 7364199.