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Changes to Drug Tariff distribution

NHS England has announced via email that the Drug Tariff will no longer be distributed to GP surgeries in paper format.

This change is being implemented with immediate effect. Locally, paper copies were distributed to GP surgeries once every six months with the April and October editions dispatched. The Drug Tariff is sent to Pharmacies on a monthly basis.

The drug tariff can still be accessed electronically at:
http://www.ppa.org.uk/ppa/edt_intro.htm

Action: Clinicians who use the Drug Tariff will need to be aware of this change and the need to now access it electronically.

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