DHSC releases first list of price concessions for June

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has today published the first list of drug price concessions for June.

The timing of the list's release (below), published by the PSNC, continues the theme of late monthly announcements by the DHSC which has created difficulties for contractors as they try to plan their businesses.

In February PSNC chief executive Simon Dukes said community pharmacy’s negotiator was working with the DHSC to create a “more responsive” process that will see concessionary prices announced much earlier each month.

 

Amiloride 5mg tablets 28 £9.49
Betahistine 8mg tablets 84 £2.34
Betahistine 16mg tablets 84 £3.20
Celecoxib 100mg capsules 60 £3.29
Citalopram 40mg/ml oral drops sugar free 15 £9.38
Ibandronic Acid 50mg tablets 28 £55.00
Losartan 12.5mg tablets 28 £3.92
Naproxen 250mg tablets 28 £3.76
Naproxen 250mg gastro-resistant tablets 56 £9.95
Nortriptyline 10mg tablets 100 £4.98
Risedronate sodium 35mg tablets 4 £11.95

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