The claims window is open on Saturday 1 August and will run until Monday 30 November.
This year, all CET claims will need to be submitted via the PCSE Online portal. The online process is quick and easy, and will improve the overall service, from claim submission to final payment.
Performers need to submit their CET claim, and need to be registered for PCSE Online.
The contractor signatory then needs to approve the Performers CET claim, and also needs to be registered for PCSE Online.
How to register
Performers and Contractors who have not already registered on the PCSE Online portal will need to register to submit claims via the PCSE Online portal.
To get registered you need to ask your practice's User Administrator to set you up and attach you to the practice you work at.
This is easy to do, they just need to:
If your User Administrator finds they need support, our Ophthalmic User Management guide is available to download here.
If your Contract Holder has not assigned a User Administrator, please ask them contact PCSE's Registrations team at firstname.lastname@example.org to set this up.
Please note: if you are a Locum you can make CET claims through any contractor you have previously worked for. The contractor will need to register you and then you can make your claim.
The contractor or a designated contractor signatory needs to sign and submit a CET claim. If your practice has not registered for PCSE Online yet, you need to contact PCSE's user registration team at email@example.com, with your practice details and we will take you through the registration process.
How to submit claims
Here is what Performers and Contractor Signatory’s need to do on PCSE Online.
The Performer needs to:
Please note: If the Performer is also a Contractor Signatory, once the claim has been saved, they will be directed to a new page which they need to read, sign the declaration and click ‘submit’ to complete.
The Contractor Signatory needs to:
If you find you do need some further support we have created a CET step by step troubleshooting guide available to download here.