Prescribing Advice for GPs

An NHS Prescribing Advisers' Blog

Prescription Charges for 2019

The Department of Health announced in February that the price for an NHS prescription in England will increase by 20p to £9.00 with effect from the 1st April 2019.

The prices for 3 and 12 month pre-payment certificates are frozen and have remained the same at £29.10 and £104 respectively. For anyone requiring more than 3 items in 3 months or more than 12 in a year these certificates can provide significant savings.

Other NHS charges such as for dental work, wigs and fabric supports are also being increased in line with inflation.

Action: Clinicians should be aware of the current prescription charge and also the value for money represented by pre-payment certificates.

Share 'Prescription Charges for 2019' on Email Share 'Prescription Charges for 2019' on Delicious Share 'Prescription Charges for 2019' on Digg Share 'Prescription Charges for 2019' on Facebook Share 'Prescription Charges for 2019' on reddit Share 'Prescription Charges for 2019' on StumbleUpon Share 'Prescription Charges for 2019' on Twitter

atomic-wealth

No Comments to “Prescription Charges for 2019”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Prescribing Advice for GPs is powered by ClassicPress.
Subscribe for Free to our RSS or Atom Feeds for New Entries.

atomic-wealth
fond-illness
summer