AppliedPharmaceuticalPractice by Christopher Andrew Langley, Dawn Belcher

By Christopher Andrew Langley, Dawn Belcher

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For example, instead of providing one prescription form for three months’ supply, the prescriber could give a patient three appropriately dated prescription forms, each for one month’s supply. This will result in the patient having less medication at home (as each supply of medication from the pharmacy would only be for a month) while still saving the patient from visiting the surgery each month. 1 The address of the prescriber The prescriber’s address, which for most prescribers is usually the practice address, is preprinted on the prescription form (along with details of the primary care trust (or equivalent) to which the practice belongs).

For example, instead of providing one prescription form for three months’ supply, the prescriber could give a patient three appropriately dated prescription forms, each for one month’s supply. This will result in the patient having less medication at home (as each supply of medication from the pharmacy would only be for a month) while still saving the patient from visiting the surgery each month. 1 The address of the prescriber The prescriber’s address, which for most prescribers is usually the practice address, is preprinted on the prescription form (along with details of the primary care trust (or equivalent) to which the practice belongs).

4 The Drug Tariffs One of the most important non-clinical reference sources for the supply of items on an NHS prescription form is the Drug Tariff. Produced monthly, the Drug Tariff is the guide as to what can and cannot be prescribed on an NHS prescription form. In addition, it also provides information on the amount pharmacies will be reimbursed and remunerated for dispensing items on NHS prescription forms and performing other NHS services. It should be noted that three separate Drug Tariffs exist (one for England and Wales, one for Northern Ireland and one for Scotland) and although similar in nature, the contents and the layout of the different sections does differ between the three.

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