Tariff and Concession prices

The Drug Tariff is the "NHS primary care price list" for thousands of the most commonly-prescribed drugs, and is updated monthly. Sometimes there are difficulties in obtaining a medicine at its usual price (e.g. due to supply problems or currency exchange rates) and a "price concession" is given so that pharmacists having to buy more expensive versions are not out of pocket.

Our data goes back to March 2010. Drug Tariff data (source) is updated as the latest month is released (usually three days before it is active). Price concession data (source) is updated daily!

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