Overall, pharmacists supported the shift of funding to patient-centred services, but pharmacist owners indicated that they had difficulty understanding the funding model, which led to income uncertainty. Many pharmacists felt that the quality of care provided had not changed, while others found that their attitude towards care had changed. All pharmacists reported an increase in their workload and many felt that the sustainability of the CPSA was linked to its ability to financially support community pharmacies. The guild`s deposit on the new service offered for the community pharmacy consists of three parts: guild problem lists, answers to DHB questions, and unprocessed submissions from our members.