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Generic Shortages (NCSO & Price Concessions)

...er Stock Obtainable’ (NCSO) status or a set price concession to be granted for a particular month. What is NCSO status? ‘No Cheaper Stock Obtainable’ status, is granted for products listed in Part VIIIA & Part VIIIB of the Drug Tariff where there pharmacy contractors have been unable to purchase product at the set Drug Tariff reimbursement price. Where a NCSO concession is granted the reimbursement price is based upon the ap...

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NCSO/ Price Concession Archive

...rtraline 50mg tablets (28): £17.82 Trazodone 100mg capsules (56): £28.14 Trazodone 150mg tablets (28): £16.08 NCSO concessions: Indapamide 2.5mg tablets Isosorbide mononitrate 40mg tablets Sertraline 100mg tablets February 2013 Price concessions: Temazepam 10mg tablets (28): £24.00 Temazepam 20mg tablets (28): £25.00 NCSO concessions: Indapamide 2.5mg tablets Isosorbide mononitrate 10mg tablets Isosorbide mononitrate 20mg tabl...

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PSNC Study on NCSO Claims

...nt fluctuations in the market. To help facilitate these discussions, PSNC has analysed the impact of the current NCSO arrangements using its new electronic auditing system PRISM.  A summary of this can be found below. Background to the Study The number of generic products which are experiencing supply issues has been steadily increasing. This means that the number of times pharmacies may be claiming for NCSO concessions has increased significantl...

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PSNC Briefing 081/13: NCSO and Price Concessions (July 2013)

...8217;s recent LPC secretaries and chairs meeting in London at which CEO Sue Sharpe gave a summary of the current NCSO and price concessions system, LPCs requested an explanatory briefing on NCSO and price concessions which can be used to explain this complex yet significant topic to Area Teams and others. The briefing may also be of interest to pharmacy contractors. This briefing can be downloaded by clicking here. For more information or queries...

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EPS R2 Endorsing and Submission

...elled – dispensed to patient “. Q. Can I endorse a prescription ‘NCSO’ in advance of the NCSO Concession being agreed by the Department of Health? A. Yes, where a Part VIII product cannot be obtained at the Drug Tariff price because of a supply problem and a more expensive product has had to be dispensed, the prescription could be endorsed in anticipation of the NCSO Concession being granted. The full endorsement required...

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How the Price Change Mechanism Works

QUICK LINKS REF: Drug Tariff Part VIIIA, Note 2 Proprietary products Generic products Category M products NCSO concessions As prices in the market are constantly changing, there is an agreed mechanism in place to increase and decrease the reimbursement prices for medicines. This is intended to take into account pharmacies having stock of certain products already on their shelves when a price change is first introduced. PSNC kee...

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Fees & Allowances

... (back to top)   Description of allowance Eligible products When to use Endorsement required 9C. NCSO Those which the Department of Health have granted an NCSO concession for. The list changes every month, please visit the relevant section of our website for the latest list. Contractors shall not so endorse unless they have made all reasonable efforts to obtain the product at the appropriate price but have not succeeded. “NCSO”,...

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Medicinal Products

...AT should also be endorsed. There are additional endorsement requirements for when a product has been granted an NCSO Concession by the Department of Health, please visit our NCSO section for more details. Pricing  (back to top) How reimbursement prices are set Find more information by exploring the relevant pages below: Price change mechanism Split pack dispensing   Related expenses for procuring and dispensing medicinal products Only some...

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February 2014 Price Concessions

THIS CONTENT HAS NOW EXPIRED The Department of Health have granted the following price concessions for the month of February 2014: Amiloride 5mg tablets (28) – £20.61 Co-amoxiclav 250/125 tablets (21) – £3.50 Co-amoxiclav 500/125 tablets (21) – £7.17 Gabapentin 100mg capsules (100) – £5.00 Gabapentin 300mg capsules (100) – £10.00 Mebeverine 135mg tablets (100) – £18.00 Prednisolone 5mg tablets (28) – £1.94 Propanolol 10mg tablets (28) – £5.80 P...