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Pharmacy and medicines management

Pharmacy and Medicines Management

General Pharmaceutical Service Statistics for NI 2020-21 (NISRA/BSO)

The Health and Social Care Board oversees all aspects of –

in relation to Northern Ireland’s 528 community pharmacies.

The HSCB’s pharmacy and medicines management team lead on the standardisation of safety, quality and cost effectiveness of medicines in the health service, including a standardised mechanism for managed entry of medicines and the NI Medicines Formulary.

Pharmaceutical Rebate Schemes in Primary Care

The HSCB adheres to the PrescQIPP NHS programme, and use the PrescQIPP process within their Operational Process for the Review of Pharmaceutical Rebate Schemes.

For further details download or view the HSCB Process Pharmaceutical Rebate Schemes in Primary Care (June 2019) document.


All queries or correspondence concerning rebates should be forwarded directly to the Rebate Review Team using the email or address below:

By Post: Clearly marked: For the Attention of

Jayne Duffy, Office Support Manager,
HSCB Pharmaceutical Rebate Scheme Review Team,
Integrated Care Directorate,
Health and Social Care Board,
Gransha Park House,
15 Gransha Park,
Londonderry    BT47 6FN

E: business.supportwest@hscni.net

Process for interaction with pharmaceutical companies

Interaction With Pharmaceutical Companies - December 20160.1 MiB3992
Interaction-with-Pharmaceutical-Companies-Appendix-2-Template-Request-for-Meeting-June-201325 KiB2787

Publications and reports

Memorandum of Understanding5.2 MiB2650
Survey of Community Pharmacies December 20160.5 MiB2707

Useful links

Interface Pharmacist Network – Specialist Medicines:

Choice and Medication