Part 7

Drug Tariff - Part 7

Part 7 for November 2017 (Uploaded 15/11/2017)

Please check the Shortages page for any adjustments to prices during the month.

Categories for Part 7

  • Category F - A fixed price set in line with the revised Scottish protocol.

  • Category M - Applies to items added to Part 7 from October 2010 where the reimbursement price is calculated by the department of Health using information submitted by manufacturers.

  • Category R - This category was added in October 2010.

  • Category Z - Zero Discount items.

Discount Clawback

The most recent Discount Clawback Rates are available to download.

Part 7B

Part 7B (from 1/7/2017)

This section has been developed in order to clarify the pricing of certain items when prescribed generically on CP2 forms.

Part 7S

Part 7S (Updated 1/11/2017)

For unlicensed and imported medicines not contained within Part 7S of the drug tariff, please see the circular and supporting documents below.

Prescriptions should be endorsed both electronically and on paper with the special price, fixed non-part 7s handling charge and any other expenses.  We have recently seen a number of items where these endorsements have not been applied electronically.  Where this is the case, Practitioner Services will not allocate fees if electronic information is used for payment.

If you have any further questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact the Pharmacy Services team on 0131 4663540.

  • PCA(P)(2015)17 - This Circular advises of changes to the Drug Tariff effective for dispensings 1 September 2015 respect of reimbursement of costs borne by community pharmacy contractors when dispensing NHS prescriptions for specialist preparations and imported unlicensed medicines not listed in Part 7s.

Part 7U

Part 7U List (Updated 1/11/2017)

After consultation with CPS, the Scottish Government has introduced a new section to the Drug Tariff — Part 7U. See circular  PCA(P)(2013)32 for more details. This new section lists pack sizes and prices for products without a formal marketing authorisation which are available. The new section has been introduced to facilitate transparent reimbursement of the costs of these products. It will also remove any need to seek authorisation from the NHS Board before these products are supplied.

  • No further endorsements will be accepted on Part 7U drugs
  • The products will be subject to generic claw back unless specifically listed as ZD
  • If a product in Part 7U becomes licensed, it will be moved to Part 7
  • Items in Part 7U will also still be subject to pay and report if they currently fall under this grouping

Scottish Drug Tariff Amendments

(Updated 15/11/2017)

The Drug Tariff Amendments relate to the Scottish Drug Tariff Amendments, Price Amendments and Stoma Amendments.

Download a copy of the November 2017 Drug Tariff Amendments.

View Archive Drug Tariff Amendments.