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Primary Care Rebate Schemes Consensus Questionnaire

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These consensus statements were developed by a multidisciplinary group of professionals working in medicines optimisation and NHS procurement. They are intended to be a starting point for the definition of a national consensus project for primary care rebate schemes across the UK.

What is a primary care rebate scheme?
1. Primary care rebate schemes (PCRS) are contractual arrangements offered by pharmaceutical companies, or third party companies, which offer financial rebates on GP prescribing expenditure for particular branded medicine(s)
2. Any rebate given (or offered) is subsequent to the raising of an invoice, or invoices, to which it relates

There are three type of primary care rebate scheme on offer:
- Standard Discount (X%) based on sales of product from EPACT data
- Discount paid on increased sales above historic level
- Discount paid on a banded system. i.e. there are volume sales/market share thresholds for increasing levels of discount

Please review each statement and indicate your level of agreement with it. Whilst we will not use your name or position, it will be useful to us in the final analysis of all responses to these statements.
Job Code: UK/NP/1309/0077(1)
Date of Preparation: September 2013
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