Order On Calculating Consumer Price's Etc. On Drugs

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Pharmacy Reserved drugs, etc. Part 2 Non-pharmacy-only OTC drugs Chapter 3 Pharmaceutical products for production animals Chapter 4 Magistrally manufactured medicines Chapter 5 dose dispensed drugs Chapter 6 Fees to the pharmacy Chapter 7 Settlement of delivery of drugs from the pharmacy Chapter 8 Penalties Chapter 9 Commencement and Transitional provisions Annex 1 List of drugs that are covered by § 15 The full text Order on calculating consumer price's etc. Pursuant to section 44 and two on drugs § 72 paragraph. 2 of the Law on Pharmacies, cf. Consolidated Act No. 855 of 4 August 2008, as amended by Law No. 465 of 18 May 2011: Part 1 Pharmacy Reserved drugs etc., § 1. The consumer price for drugs, not drugs covered of section 4 or Chapter 2, 3, 4 or 5, consists of the in section 2 of the calculated data rate and any fees as required. sections 14 and 15. § 2. The distribution of medicines calculated record price for it after Medicines Act § 77 notified pharmacy purchase price per. packing (excl. VAT) to pay the following amount specified. However paragraph. 2:9.1 percent. of the pharmacy + 9.46 d.kr., see. However paragraph. 3 – 6 PCS. 2. Minister for Health and prevention may in specific cases, reduce the record price of drugs dispensed from the Danish State Serum Institute or the Veterinary Institute, Technical University of Denmark, and blood products from private producers of a similar nature as SSI blood products. PCS. 3. For the distribution of medicines two drug stores and public medicine store on hospital wards, hospices, prisons and detention centers, drug and alcohol abusers centers for addiction with associated medical and infirmerier calculated data rate, except as provided in paragraph. 6 cases referred by the two Medicines Act pursuant § 77 notified pharmacy purchase price per. packing (excl. VAT) to pay the following amounts: 4.0 per cent. of the pharmacy + 85 per cent. two in the paragraph. 1 said crown amount. PCS. 4. The amount referred in paragraph two. 3 covers a daily delivery to the institution of medicine store or another central location of the institution. For services are agreed fee between the pharmacy and the institution that covers pharmacy's costs of the additional service. PCS. 5. For the distribution of medicines two specialist clinics and healthcare professionals that a pharmacy bought the drugs for more than 500.000 us $. In the previous calendar year, calculated record price after paragraph. 3 pieces. 6. with regard to the distribution of medicines two drug stores and public medicine store on hospital wards, hospices, prisons and detention centers, drug and alcohol abusers centers for addiction with associated medical and infirmerier dispensed from the Danish State Serum Institute or the Veterinary Institute, Technical University of Denmark, and of blood products from private manufacturers of similar nature as SSI blood products is calculated record price for the following Medicines Act § 77 notified pharmacy purchase price per. packing (excl. VAT) to pay 3 per cent. of the pharmacy + 40.00 USD Paragraph. 7. In negotiating a drug that is part of a multi-pack, exclusively marketed for veterinary use, calculated data rate proportionately from multi pack directory price referred two. Paragraphs. 1, 3, 5 and 6. Paragraph. 8. In negotiating a drug that represents an inner seal which is obtained by splitting a veterinary drug packaging, calculated data rate proportionately from large container Directory price referred two. Paragraphs. 1, 3, 5 and 6. Paragraph. 9. In accordance with paragraph. 1-8 resul ting amount is added VAT. PCS. 10. the Amounts appearing in the paragraph. 9, rounded to the nearest minor amount divisible by 5. § 3. Health Protection Agency publishes record price of drugs intended for section 2. 1, and directory unit price. drug unit for dose dispensing, see. § 17 in Medicine Prices. § 4. The consumer price for drugs that are not included in Medicine Prices, subject to special permission from the National Board of Health, will follow the rules in sections 1 and 2. Instead of the forth in section 2 of the pharmacy purchase price reported by the Medicines Act § 77 used by the manufacturer or wholesaler fixed price per. packing incl. any fees set by the manufacturer or wholesaler. PCS. 2. The consumer price for drugs according to § 56 paragraph. 4 of the Law on Pharmacies must be negotiated by the hospital pharmacy two pharmacy, follow the rules in sections 1 and 2. Instead of the forth in section 2 of the pharmacy purchase price reported by the Medicines Act § 77 used the hospital pharmacist fixed price per. packing including any fees set by the hospital pharmacy. Chapter 2 Non-pharmacy-only OTC medicines section 5. The consumer price for prescription drugs under the Medicines Act § 60 paragraph. 2, may be sold outside pharmacies, consists of a retail price fixed by the pharmacy or point of sale approved for negotiation of such medicinal products referred to. Medicines Act § 39, and any prescription charges, see. Paragraph. 2 pcs. 2. For sale at the drugstore or pharmacy unit of a paragraph. 1 covered drug prescription or requisition includes the consumer price prescription charges in accordance with § 14. § 6. When selling one of § 5, paragraph. 1 covered drug at the pharmacy, pharmacy branch, pharmacy outlets and OTC outlets, the pharmacy within the same date take the same price as provided. § 5, paragraph. 1, whether the product is sold with or without a subsidy under the Health Act, § § 143-154, and regardless of the pharmacy unit of the drug sold on. When shipping the drugs to a drug dispensary, the pharmacy by stating the price, the customer has to pay, use the consumer price applicable to the pharmacy on the date of shipment. Chapter 3 Pharmaceutical products for production section 7. Retail price of drugs intended for the treatment of the animals, in accordance with the Medicines Act § 60 paragraph. 3, can be sold outside pharmacies, seen by the pharmacy or point of sale approved for negotiation of such medicinal products referred to. Medicines Act section 39. Chapter 4 Magistrally manufactured medicines section 8. The price of extemporaneous drugs prescribed two production costs, see. Paragraph. 2, and a reasonable profit. PCS. 2. Production costs comprise fixed as well as variable costs and amongst other things ingredients, including excipients, drugs and preparation/mixture, including under special conditions, equipment preparation, quality control, packaging, shipping and handling/administration. § 9. The price of extemporaneous drugs equated with the following Medicines Act § 77 notified pharmacy purchase price for the supply to the consumer. See also section 10. § 10. The consumer price of extemporaneous drugs consist of settlement price in accordance. § 8, which is used as the basis for calculation in accordance with § 2. 1, 3, 5, 6, 9 and 10, as well as prescription charges in accordance with article 20 Chapter 5 dose dispensed drugs § 11. In negotiating a pharmacy-only dose dispensed medicine calculated the consumer price by the number of dispensed medicine units at a price equal to the cheapest data rate, cf.. § 2 per. drug unit in a marketed packaging of the product. Calculation of the consumer price made by the prescription ekspederende pharmacy. PCS. 2. In negotiating a non-pharmacy-only dose dispensed over the counter medicated the consumer price by the number of dispensed medicine units at a price equal to the cheapest retail price per. drug unit seen by the ekspederende pharmacy in marketed prescription packaging of the product. Is the drug only exempted from the pharmacy prejudice in certain contents, use the cheapest directory Nightly. drug unit in a marketed presentation that are not exempt from the pharmacy reservation, if this unit is lower than the cheapest retail price per. drug unit seen by the prescription ekspederende pharmacy. § 12. The dose dispensing prescribed by a doctor include the consumer price a fee to the prescription ekspederende pharmacy (dose Act fee) to us $ 9.50, excl. VAT, dispatch of drugs for a week's consumption, and a fee to the pharmacy, performing dose pack (dose package fee) on us $ 35.00, excl. VAT, for packaging of drugs for a week's consumption. PCS. 2. No fee is payable under sections 14-16. PCS. 3. The ekspederende pharmacy prescription charge dose administration fee and dose packaging fee from the patient less any reimbursement, cf. Order on reimbursement for dose dispensed drugs. It ekspederende prescription pharmacy settles charged dose packaging fee without deduction of any reimbursement to the pharmacy, which carried out the dose pack, see. § 13. § 13. Trade in dose dispensed medicinal products referred to. Pharmacy Act section 12 paragraph. 1, no. 2, pay the prescription ekspederende pharmacy after the Medicines Act § 77 notified pharmacy purchase price of the dosed number of units of a drug to the pharmacy, performing dose pack. The purchase price is calculated by the package pharmacy at the time of packing at a price equal to the cheapest pharmacy purchase price per unit in a marketed drug. packaging of the product. PCS. 2. Trade in dose dispensed drugs covered by § 5 pays the prescription ekspederende pharmacy the pharmacy purchase price paid by the pharmacy, performing dose package for the number of units of a dosed drug. Pharmacy purchase price calculated by the package pharmacy at the time of packing at a price equal to the cheapest pharmacy purchase price per unit in a marketed drug. packaging of the product. In the section 11 paragraph. 2, the second section. Case referred pays the ekspederende pharmacy prescription pharmacy purchase price for the commissions of subsection. 1 piece. 3. Pack the pharmacy charge, dose package fee from the prescription ekspederende pharmacy, see. section 12 paragraph. 3, 2nd sentence. Chapter 6 Fees to the pharmacy section 14. When action a prescription or requisition a fee for each package (prescription charge). Calculated not prescription charges associated with processing in section 2. 6, said deliveries. PCS. 2. Dispensing fee constitutes 8.00 DKK Excl. COTTON WOOL. § 15. The distribution of medicines, which must be a pharmaceutical pharmacist finishing before drugs are ready for delivery, a fee for each package (finishing fees). PCS. 2. Finishing fee is DKr. Excl. VAT 17.50. PCS. 3. pharmaceutical products covered by paragraph. 1 and 2 are listed in Annex 1. § 16. When action a prescription prescribed by. phone (a) fee for the total prescriptions (telephone prescription fee). PCS. 2. Telephone Prescription fee is 10.00 DKK Excl. VAT. § 17. The expedition on call or on call service between the hours. 20:00 pm 8:30, on Saturdays, however, yet. 17:00 and on Sundays and holidays (a) the fee for the entire expedition (vaguely fee). PCS. 2. Security fee added, however, not of prescriptions dated one of the days covered by the guard. PCS. 3. Security fee is DKr. Excl. VAT 16.50. § 18. delivery and another shipment of medicines, where the consumer price is calculated in accordance with section 2. 1 and wherein the free delivery is not prescribed under the Executive Order on the pharmacies ' opening hours and on-call service, a fee (application fee). PCS. 2. Delivery fee is to cover the actual costs of placing and represent the least 12.00 DKK Excl. VAT, see. However paragraph. 3 and 4. Paragraph. 3. The delivery of drugs where the consumer price is calculated in accordance with section 2. 1, for residents in institution added two each occupier shipping fee of 10.00 DKK Excl. VAT. PCS. 4. The delivery of drugs where the consumer price is calculated in accordance with section 2. 1, and where the drugs delivered through home care to people in their own homes, added to each person's shipping fee of 10.00 DKK Excl. VAT. PCS. 5. For the shipment of drugs purchased in e-commerce, the minimum fee 15.00 kr. And a maximum of DKK 30.00 Excl. VAT provided that payment is in cash, see. § 20 paragraph. 4, and the application can not be required on the same day (shipping fee by e-commerce). § 19. Upon the disclosure of OTC outlets of shipments of prescription drugs from a pharmacy, a fee of DKK Excl. VAT per 2.40. shipping. § 20. In charge for drugs, where the consumer price is calculated in accordance with section 2. 1, and which is not paid in cash on delivery, added to the total bill amount is a fee (administration fee). PCS. 2. Administration fee is 15.00 DKK Excl. VAT. PCS. 3. Administrative charges in accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 may not be charged on a monthly basis by the individual customer. PCS. 4. As cash payment shall be deemed payment by credit card over the Internet. § 21. There may of Act drugs covered by Part 1, 4 and 5 are not charged any fees other than those specified in §§ 14-20 above, unless specified separate rules. PCS. 2. sections 14 to 20 shall not apply when action 1) drugs covered by the Medicines Act § 60 paragraph. 2, unless these are handled by prescription or requisition, 2) drugs for treatment of production covered by the Medicines Act § 60 paragraph. 3, and 3) herbal and other medicines covered by the Medicines Act § 34th section 22. When performing service tasks and implementation of health promotion and disease prevention activities (a) fee, unless special circumstances tell against (service fee). PCS. 2. The service fee shall cover the cost of the least performing the task. PCS. 3. The dose dispensing that are not prescribed by a doctor two consumers, except for individuals, institutions and companies, as part of patient care, emergency or similar uses of drug products for the treatment of patients charged service fee equal to the size of the § 12 prescribed fees. § 23. Two those in § 12, § § 14-20 and section 22 of the fees subject to VAT. PCS. 2. the Amounts appearing in the paragraph. 1, rounded to the nearest minor amount divisible by 5. Chapter 7 Settlement of delivery of drugs from the pharmacy section 24. By the pharmacy billing with a manager of an OTC outlets city receiving shipments from the pharmacy to be the manager of a consideration of £ 4.80. Excl. VAT per. shipping, see. However paragraph. 2 pcs. 2. settlement with a manager of an OTC outlet to the delivery of packages of prescription drugs from the pharmacy given the manager a fee of DKK Excl. VAT 2.40. The fee payable pursuant to section 19 shall accrue to the two manager of the OTC outlet. PCS. 3. In accordance with paragraph. 1 and 2 amounts subject to VAT. § 25. settlement with a manager of a medicine dispensary city receiving shipments from the pharmacy to be the manager of a consideration of £ 4.80. Excl. VAT per. shipping. PCS. 2. in paragraph. 1 shall be subject to VAT. section 26. Payment of drug supplies from pharmacies to manage the OTC outlets and dispensaries must be successfully within one month after the end of the month in which delivery took place. The pharmacist may, in special cases, the payment must be in cash. For late payment, the provisions of the Act on interest for late payment, etc. Act. 2. It is a condition of the payment made under the provisions of this chapter, the payment is made within the period referred in paragraph two. 1. Chapter 8 Penalties § 27. Penalty that violate § 2, § § 4-6, §§ 8-20, § 21 paragraph. 1, and §§ 22-26. Chapter 9 Commencement and transitional provisions § 28. The Order shall enter into force on 14 October 2013. Paragraph. 2. At the same time, Executive Order No. 225 of 4 March 2013 on the calculation of consumer price's etc. on drugs. The Ministry of Health, September 30, 2013 Astrid Krag/Nina Moss Annex 1 List of drugs that are covered by § 15 Abboticin granules for oral suspension 100 mg/mL J01FA01 Abboticin granules for oral suspension 40 mg/ml J01FA01 Bioclavid powder for oral suspension 50 and 12.5 mg/ml J01CR02 granules for Ciproxin oral 100 mg/ml granules for oral J01MA02 Fashion Ciproxin 50 mg/ml J01MA02 Fashion Diflucan powder for oral 10 mg/ml J02AC01 Erycin powder for oral suspension 40 mg/ml J01FA01 Escumycin powder for oral solution 40 mg/ml J01FA01 Imacillin granules for oral suspension 50 mg/ml granules for oral suspension Klacid J01CA04 50 mg/ml J01FA09 Klacid granules for oral suspension 25 mg/ml J01FA09 Primcillin granules for oral suspension 50 mg/ml J01CE02 Rocilin granules for oral solution of 500.000 IU/ml J01CE02 Spektramox powder for oral suspension 25 mg/ml + 6.25 mg/ml J01CR02 Spektramox powder for oral suspension 50 mg/ml + 12 , 5 mg/ml granules for oral suspension J01CR02 Vepicombin Novum 85.000 IU/ml J01CE02 Zinnat granules for oral suspension 25 mg/ml powder for oral suspension Zithromax J01DC02 40 mg/ml J01FA10