Price concessions are a short term agreement by the NHS to pay for more expensive versions of a generic medicine because pharmacists are unable to obtain the generic at its usual price. This dashboard tracks the additional costs these concessions create.
Over the last 12 months we estimate that price concessions have cost
NHS England an additional
£147,700,000 (of which £115,300,000 is in the current financial year)
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