Patient Funders have produced new Medicines and Medical Assistance Lists (MAP) needed for the pharmacy.
From now on, these lists are extended by a third, and there are a total of 89 drugs and measures repayable by the Compulsory Health Insurance Fund (PSDF) budget.
"At present, the list of medicines needed in pharmacies includes pain dependents, anti-glaucoma medications that reduce blood pressure, cardio enhancement. Also antibiotics for treating infectious diseases, medications on for diabetes, depression, asthma, etc. Pharmacists must also have a diagnosis for glucose, diapers and other measures that patients usually need, "said Evaldas Stropus, Head of Medicines Compensation Department & State in the State Patient Fund under the Ministry of Health (VLK).
According to him, the legislation states that pharmacies must keep the medicines and MPPs reimbursed by the PSDF daily on the lists of medicines and essential measures. If the pharmacist avoids offering the necessary medication or is not offered, because the pharmacy does not have it and instead of trying to spray another, residents are encouraged to notify the local illness fund (ICD) at once.
"It's important to know that these lists contain the medicines and supplements that the PSDF is lowest for them. So the patient that comes to & # 39 ; The pharmacy will be sure that it will find the lowest premium for the medication or MPP listed on the list and will not be overpaid, "stressed E. Stropus.
All medicines and medicines must be provided by each pharmacy – a list can be found here.
If you do not get the medication repaid or MPP included in the pharmacy list in the pharmacy, the patient's financier is advised to report on the following:
Phone Vilnius TPK. (8 5) 266 1364,
Phone Kaunas TLK. (8 37) 20 8846,
Klaipeda TLK phone. (8 46) 38 0738,
Siauliai TLK phone. (8 41) 52 0043,
Phone Panevezys TLK. (8 45) 59 6192.
The list of medicines and medicines necessary for the pharmacy must be compiled with the most common medicines and MPPs in Lithuania. These lists include medicines given over 1,500 equivalent prescriptions per month and supplied by two or more suppliers. Also in the mandatory lists are those MPPs that have more than 1000 prescriptions per month. Lists such as Lithuania are updated every three months.