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Practices report payment problems from PES,

Practices report payment problems from PES,

The news is not looking good for many practices who have entrusted their payment provisions for extended community eyecare concerns to Primary Eyecare Services (PES) and associated company of LOCSU holdings Ltd.

The lack of payment over a considerable period of time, some might say at a most precarious financial period for independent practices has caused many to withdraw services like MECS and CUES. Following a report from practices that have reported delays in payments dating as far back to 2020 some waiting three to four months to receive monies owed.

PES have admitted that some payment delays were the fault of PES, but others, such as CCG mergers and the Covid-19 pandemic, were beyond the organisation’s control.
In consideration of the expansionist strategy of the PES shown and detailed in our story re: Croydon LOC one has to ask; is the organisation lacking in backroom capacity which should have been in place before taking on one of the largest serving areas in London and how this bodes for its future growth and reputation in future procurement tendering?

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