Medicine Pricing Regulation

Original Language Title: Arzneimittelpreisverordnung

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Pharmaceutical Price Regulation (AMPrice V)

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AMPrice V

Date of delivery: 14.11.1980

Full:

" Medicines price regulation of 14. November 1980 (BGBl. 2147), as last amended by Article 2b of the Law of 27. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 261) "

:Last modified by Art. 2b G v. 27.3.2014 I 261

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(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.1.1981 + + +)

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Based on § 78 of the Pharmaceutical Act of 24. August 1976 (BGBl. 2445, 2448), in agreement with the Federal Minister for Youth, Family and Health, the Federal Minister for Labour and Social Affairs and the Federal Minister for Food, Agriculture and Forestry, with the approval of the Federal Council: A Non-Official Table of Contents

§ 1 Scope of the Regulation

(1) For medicinal products manufactured in advance and in a one to be delivered to the Consumers are placed on the market (ready-to-use medicinal products) and whose tax is reserved for pharmacies in accordance with § 43 (1) of the Medicines Act, this Regulation lays down
1.
The wholesale price ranges of the wholesale distribution to pharmacies or veterinarians (§ 2),
2.
the price margins as well as the prices for the special services of the pharmacies at the charge in resale (§ § 3, 6 and 7),
3.
the price ranges of the veterinarians in the release in resale to animal keepers (§ 10).
(2) For medicines produced in pharmacies or by veterinarians, and their In accordance with § 43 (1) and (3) of the Medicines Act, the pharmacies are reserved by this Regulation
1.
the price ranges as well as the prices for special services of pharmacies (§ § 4 to 7),
2.
the Price margins of veterinarians (§ 10).
(3) The price margins and prices of pharmacies, if they are a levy
1.
by hospital pharmacies,
2.
to hospitals and to these according to § 14, paragraph 8, sentence 2 of the Pharmacy law equivalent institutions as well as prisons and youth institutions,
3.
to those in § 47 (1) sentence 1 (2) to (9) of the The Medicines Act referred to as the "Medicines Act", under the conditions specified therein,
3a.
of vaccines used for the purposes of public use Protective vaccinations within the meaning of Section 20 (3) of the Infection Protection Act of 20. July 2000 (BGBl. 1045), and these vaccines are given to hospitals, health offices and doctors,
4.
of vaccines used for general use, ,
5.
to health offices for revenge measures,
6.
of blood concentrates used in blood disease, as well as medicines intended for use in dialysis kidney cranes,
7.
of subsets taken from ready-to-use medicinal products, if their dosage form, composition and strength remains unchanged,
8.
of ready-to-use products in parenteral preparations.
In the case of sentence 1, point 7, benefit institutions, private health insurance companies or their associations may apply the procedure for: the calculation of the price of the pharmacy for the medicinal products delivered at their expense is compatible with pharmacies or their associations.(4) The price margins and prices of medicinal products not subject to medical prescription shall be withdrawn. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Large-scale retail surcharges for ready-to-use medicines

(1) In the delivery of ready-to-use products for use in humans , the wholesale distribution of pharmacies or veterinarians shall not exceed a surcharge of 3.15 per cent, but not more than EUR 37.80, plus a fixed surcharge of 70%, without the turnover tax. Cent and the sales tax are levied. In the case of the supply of ready-to-use medicinal products intended for use in animals, the wholesale distribution of pharmacies or veterinarians shall not exceed the surcharge referred to in paragraph 2, without the turnover tax, of the pharmaceutical entrepre The calculation of the surcharges in accordance with the first sentence shall be based on the amount to which the pharmaceutical entrepre shall issue the medicinal product in accordance with Article 78 (3) or (3a) of the Medicinal Products Act.(2) The maximum surcharge referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 shall be at a dispensing price of the pharmaceutical operator
to 0,84 euro 21.0 percent
(spanner 17.4 percent),
from 0,89 Euroto 1,70 Euro20.0 percent
(span 16.7 percent),
from 1.75 euroto 2.56 euros 19, 5 percent
(span 16.3 percent),
from 2,64 Euroto 3,65 Euro19.0 percent
(span 16.0 percent),
from 3.76 eurosto 6.03 euros 18, 5 percent
(spanne 15.6 percent),
from 6,21 Euroup to 9,10 Euro18.0 percent
 (span 15.3 percent),
from 10.93 eurosto 44.46 euros 15, 0 percent
(span 13.0 percent),
from 55.59 Euroto 684,76 Euro12.0 percent
(spanned 10.7 percent),
from 684,77 Euro 3.0 percent
plus 120.53 euros.
(3) The maximum surcharge after paragraph 1 sentence 2 is at a dispensing price of the pharmaceutical operator
0,85 Euro to 0,88 Euro0,18 Euro,
from 1.71 Euro to 1.74 Euro0,34 Euro,
from 2,57 Euro to 2,63 Euro 0,50 Euro,
from 3,66 Euro to 3,75 Euro0,70 Euro,
from 6,04 Euro to 6,20 Euro1.12 Euro,
from 9,11 Euro to 10,92 Euro1,64 Euro,
from 44,47 Euro to 55,58 Euro6,67 Euro.
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§ 3 Pharmacy surcharges for ready-to-use medicines

(1) In the case of the dispensing of ready-to-use medicinal products intended for use in humans, pharmacies shall be subject to a fixed surcharge of 3 per cent plus 8.35 for the calculation of the price of the pharmacy. Euro plus 16 cents to promote the security of the emergency service and the VAT. To the extent that ready-to-use medicinal products intended for use in humans are administered by pharmacies for use in animals, a maximum of 3% surcharge may be added for the calculation of the price of the pharmacy by way of derogation from the first sentence. 8.10 Euro as well as the sales tax. In the case of the supply of ready-to-use medicinal products intended for use in animals, the pharmacies may, for the purpose of calculating the price of the pharmacy, charge no more than surcharges referred to in paragraph 3 or 4 and the turnover tax.(2) The fixed surcharge is to be collected
1.
on the amount that is derived from the aggregation of the Supply of the wholesale trade of the pharmaceutical carrier without the turnover tax and the wholesale surcharge applicable to it in accordance with § 2.,
2.
in the case of ready-made medicinal products, which are to be directly referred to by the pharmaceutical entreprenchment in accordance with § 52b (2) sentence 3 of the Medicines Act, to which the pharmacy has been supplied with the delivery of the pharmaceutical entreptite's dispensing price without VAT; § 2 (1) sentence 3 shall apply accordingly.
(3) The maximum surcharge referred to in the third sentence of paragraph 1 shall be
to 1.22 euro68 percent
(span 40.5 percent),
of 1.35 euros to 3.88 Euro62 percent
(span 38.3 percent),
of 4.23 euros to 7,30 Euro57 percent
(span 36.3 percent),
from 8,68 Euroto 12,14 Euro 48 percent
(span 32.4 percent),
from 13,56 eurosto 19,42 euros 43 percent
(span 30.1 percent),
from 22.58 eurosto 29.14 euros37 percent
(span 27.0 percent),
from 35,95 eurosto 543.91 euros30 percent
(span 23.1 percent)
from 543.92 euros8.263 percent
plus 118.24 euros.
(4) The maximum surcharge referred to in the third sentence of paragraph 1 is
1.23 Euro to 1.34 Euro0.83 Euro,
from 3.89 Euro to 4,22 Euro2,41 Euro,
from 7,31 Euro to 8,67 Euro 4.16 Euro,
from 12,15 Euro to 13,55 Euro5,83 Euro,
from 19,43 Euro to 22,57 Euro8.35 Euro,
from 29.15 Euro to 35,94 Euro10.78 Euro.
(5) If the The pharmacies shall have to calculate the smallest packing located in the traffic, unless otherwise agreed with the cost carriers, the pharmacies shall not be required in the prescription or prescribed by law.(6) For the redistribution by the pharmacy of the prescription-only ready-to-use pharmaceutical products returned to a pharmacy, the fixed surcharge shall be 5.80 euro. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Pharmacy Allowances for Substances

(1) When delivering a substance that is refilled in pharmacies in the unaltered state, , a fixed surcharge of 100% (50 per cent) shall be charged to the pharmacy purchase price without VAT on the substance and required packaging as well as the sales tax.(2) The amount of the quantity of the substance to be dispensed shall be the price of the pharmacy purchase price, the purchase price of the usual packaging being the determining factor.(3) The relevant leading organisation of pharmacists, formed for the perception of economic interests, with the Association of the Federal Government of the Health Insurance Funds, agreements on the purchase of pharmacy, which are used for the calculation of the calculation shall, by way of derogation from paragraphs 1 and 2, apply to those prices the fixed surcharge for the charges covered by these agreements. The same shall apply where social service providers, private health insurance companies or their associations meet with pharmacies or their associations; if such an agreement is not available, the prices agreed upon in accordance with the first sentence may be: by the end of the year. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 pharmacy surcharges for preparations of substances

(1) When preparing a preparation from a substance or several Substances made in pharmacies are
1.
a fixed surcharge of 90 percent to the Pharmacies purchase prices without VAT for substances and required packaging,
2.
a recipe supplement according to paragraph 3
as well as the sales tax to be collected.(2) The pharmacy purchase prices of the quantities of substances and ready-to-use medicinal products required for the preparation shall be carried out by the pharmacy purchase price. Authoritative is
1.
for fabrics in the purchase price of the usual packaging,
2.
for finished pharmaceuticals the purchase price according to § 3 para. 2 of the required pack size, but not more than the pharmacy purchase price, which is available for ready-to-use pharmaceutical products in the case of delivery in Public pharmacies.
(3) The recipe supplement is for
1.  the manufacture of a medicinal product by preparation of
from a substance or several substances
up to the basic quantity of 500 g,
the manufacture of a mixed teas, production
of a solution without the use of heat, Mixing
liquids
up to the basic amount of 300 g 2.50 euros,
2. the production of powders, undivided powders,
ointments, pastes, suspensions and emulsions
up to the basic quantity of 200 g,
the production of solutions using
heat, macerations, gunshots and Recovings
up to the basic amount of 300 g 5.00 Euro,
3. The production of pills, tablets and pastilles
up to the basic quantity of 50 pieces,
the production of divided powders, small cups,
Vaginal balls and for filling capsules
up to the basic quantity of 12 Piece,
the production of medicines with
a sterilization, sterile filtration, or
aseptic preparation
up to the basic quantity of 300 g,
the melting of ampoules
up to the Basic quantity of 6 pieces 7,00 Euro.
For each smaller to equal quantity exceeding the basic quantity, the recipe surcharge increases by 50 percent each.(4) The relevant leading organisation of pharmacists, formed for the perception of economic interests, with the Association of the Federal Government of the Health Insurance Funds, agreements on the purchase of pharmacy purchase prices, which are based on the calculation , the fixed surcharge referred to in paragraph 1 (1) shall, by way of derogation from paragraphs 1 and 2, be applied to those prices in respect of the charges covered by those agreements. The same shall apply where social service providers, private health insurance companies or their associations meet with pharmacies or their associations; if such an agreement is not available, the prices agreed upon in accordance with the first sentence may be: by the end of the year. Where there is no agreement on eligible purchase prices for ready-made medicinal products in preparations as set out in the first or second sentence of the first sentence or the second sentence, the maximum rate of purchase of the pharmacy shall be calculated on the basis of this Regulation in the case of supply to the consumer.(5) The relevant leading organisation of pharmacists, formed for the exercise of economic interests, shall conclude agreements with the Association of the Health Insurance Funds on the amount of the fixed or prescription supplement referred to in paragraph 1 (1) or (1). No 2, the agreed surcharges shall be taken into account in the calculation of prices, by way of derogation from paragraph 1 or 3. The same shall apply where social service providers, private health insurance companies or their associations meet with pharmacies or their associations; if such an agreement is not available, the prices agreed upon in accordance with the first sentence may be: by the end of the year.(6) If there is no agreement on pharmacy surcharges for the preparation of substances referred to in the first or second sentence of paragraph 5, the surcharge for parenteral solutions shall be, by way of derogation from paragraph 1 or paragraph 3, for
1.
Cytostatic Solutions 90 Euro,
2.
Solutions with monoclonal antibodies 87 Euro,
3.
antibiotics-and virustaticahaltige solutions 51 Euro,
4.
Solutions with Painkiller 51 Euro,
5.
Food Solutions 83 Euro,
6.
calcium folinate solutions 51 euros,
7.
other solutions 70 euros.
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§ 6 Emergency Service

During use in the period from 20 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Sundays and public holidays, and on the 24th December, if this day falls on a working day, until 6 a.m. and from 2 p.m., the pharmacies can charge an additional amount of 2.50 euros including sales tax. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Narcotics

When a narcotic agent is delivered, the whereabout according to § 15 of the Anaesthesitic prescription regulation as amended by the 25. April 1978 (BGBl. I p. 537), the pharmacies may charge an additional amount of EUR 0.26, including VAT. Unofficial table of contents

§ 8 Special procurement

Unpreventable telegram fees, telephone charges, porti, tariffs, and other costs of procurement of medicinal products which are normally not held in stock in pharmacies or in wholesalers, pharmacies may be charged separately with the consent of the cost carrier. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Information on prescribtion

The prescriptions must be given by the pharmacies individually
1.
for ready-to-use drug delivery prices, additionally calculated amounts and the sum of the Individual amounts,
2.
for medicinal products manufactured in pharmacies, as well as the individual amounts of the price of the pharmacy,
3.
for an amount according to § 6 also the time of use.
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§ 10 Allowances Of Veterinary Surgeons

(1) In the case of veterinary medicinal products by veterinarians, no more than surcharges may be made in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 2 and 3 and (2) to (4), § 4 (1) and (2) and § 5 (1) to (3), as well as the turnover tax is levied.(2) If the amount corresponding to the surcharge in accordance with section 3 (2) is above EUR 51.13, the amount exceeding EUR 51.13 shall be subject to the following surcharges:
from 51.13 Euro to 127.82 Euro at most 25 per cent,
of more than 127.82 Euro No more than 20 per cent.(3) (omitted) Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Prices in special cases

In the case of the delivery of finished pharmaceuticals in the cases of § 78 (4) of the On the application of this Regulation, the Medicines Act shall be replaced by the national dispensing price of the pharmaceutical entrepre. For the purpose of calculating the purchase price of the pharmacy, as well as in the case of agreements on the purchase of pharmacy in accordance with § 4 (3) and § 5 (4), the country discharge price shall also be used for the purpose of calculating the retail price of pharmacies. By way of derogation from § 4 (3) and § 5 (4) and 5 (5) and (5), the associations of pharmacists with the health insurance companies or their associations, which are formed for the perception of the economic interests, can also reach agreements on the purchase prices and surcharges of pharmacies. meet. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Entry into force, detached rules

(1) This regulation occurs on the 1. It was in force in January 1981.(2) Non-official table of contents

Final formula

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