NHS Formularies. Fiona Graham Formulary/Clinical Effectiveness Pharmacist NHS Lanarkshire. WHY HAVE A FORMULARY. -supports consistent evidence based prescribing. -supports consistent cost effective prescribing. -limited range of drugs.
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Formulary/Clinical Effectiveness Pharmacist
-supports consistent evidence based prescribing.
-supports consistent cost effective prescribing.
-limited range of drugs.
-promotes local ownership by GPs and hospital doctors.
-promotes seamless prescribing between 1° and 2°
-supports budget planning.
- different formularies.
- different formats
NHS Lanarkshire-100 practices;360 GPs, locums & Rxing nurses:-
PRescribing Information SysteM for Scotland
Green = accepted for general use in Lanarkshire and added to the Joint Formulary
Orange = accepted for restricted use in Lanarkshire and added to the Joint Formulary only for the restricted use advised by the SMC
Light orange = Not added to the formulary due to the specialist nature of the treatment OR pending specialist advice on formulary status. Non formulary use is acceptable if the drug is used according to SMC recommendations and local protocols.
Red = not accepted for use in Lanarkshire and not added to the Joint Formulary.
-accepted for use in Scotland
-accepted for restricted use in Scotland
-not accepted for use in Scotland
Health Improvement Scotland (HIS) audits
EMIS &Vision GP prescribing systems
Further development of the NHS APP?
% formulary compliance in 2° care?