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A Comprehensive Guide to the Primary Care Network Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS)

Updated: Mar 26

At THC Primary Care, we write blogs for Primary Care Network leaders.


You may be brand new to your role in Primary Care (and looking to better understand the Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme). You may be an experienced PCN leader looking to review your employment model. Alternatively, you may be on the hunt for some resources to help you better understand the role, remit, and value of the members of your PCN team.


Whatever your aim, you have come to the right place, as we will address all of the above and hopefully, equip you with a resource which you can revisit and re-share with your team.


In this blog, we cover the following:


  1. What is the Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS)?

  2. Which roles are not part of the ARRS?

  3. How is the Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme Calculated?

  4. Resources to better help you understand what each of the PCN roles do?

  5. What is the reimbursement for each role?

  6. What doesn’t the reimbursement cover?

  7. The four most common ARRS employment models

  8. The two most common ways to allocate roles across your PCN

  9. The challenge of space and working remotely

  10. Five Benefits of the PCN Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme

  11. Who manages the PCN team?

  12. Supervision guidance

  13. Issues relating to the scheme


To accompany this blog, you will need access to the following:


Along with many other resources, I will also signpost you to the FutureNHS platform, which you will need to sign up to.


There is a lot to cover, so remove all distractions and let's jump in!


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