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[F1 PCTs: main expenditureE+W+S

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F1Sch. 12A inserted (1.9.1999 for E. for specified purposes and 1.4.2000 for E. for further specified purposes and otherwise prosp.) by 1999 c. 8, ss. 4(1)(4), 67(1); S.I. 1999/2342, art. 2(1)(4), Schs. 1, 3

5(1)In section 97C above, main expenditure, in relation to a Primary Care Trust and the year in question, means—E+W+S

(a)expenditure of the trust mentioned in sub-paragraph (2) below, F2. . .

(b)any other expenditure of the trust attributable to the performance of its functions in that year [F3(other than general Part 2 expenditure and remuneration referable to the cost of drugs), and]

[F4(c)expenditure attributable to remuneration referable to the cost of drugs for which the trust is accountable in that year (whether paid by it or by another trust).]

(2)The expenditure referred to in sub-paragraph (1)(a) above is expenditure attributable to—

(a)the reimbursement in that year of expenses of persons providing services in pursuance of Part II which are designated expenses incurred in connection with the provision of the services (or in giving instruction in matters relating to the services), F5. . .

[F6(aa)remuneration paid in that year to persons providing additional pharmaceutical services (in accordance with directions under section 41A above), in respect of such of those services as are designated, or]

(b)remuneration of a designated description which is determined by [F7the trust] and paid in that year to persons providing general medical services in pursuance of Part II.

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[F86(1)For each financial year, the Secretary of State shall apportion, in such manner as he thinks appropriate, among all Primary Care Trusts the total of the remuneration referable to the cost of drugs which is paid by each Primary Care Trust in that year.E+W+S

(2)A Primary Care Trust is accountable in any year for remuneration referable to the cost of drugs to the extent (and only to the extent) that such remuneration is apportioned to it under sub-paragraph (1) above.

(3)Where in any financial year any remuneration referable to the cost of drugs for which a Primary Care Trust is accountable is paid by another Primary Care Trust, the remuneration is to be treated (for the purposes of sections 97C and 97D above) as having been paid by the first trust in the performance of its functions.

(4)The Secretary of State may, in particular, exercise his discretion under sub-paragraph (1) above—

(a)so that any apportionment reflects, in the case of each Primary Care Trust, the financial consequences of orders for the provision of drugs, being orders which in his opinion are attributable to the trust in question,

(b)by reference to averaged or estimated amounts.

(5)The Secretary of State may make provision for any remuneration referable to the cost of drugs which is paid by a Primary Care Trust other than the trust which is accountable for the payment to be reimbursed in such manner as he may determine.]

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Local Health Boards: general Part 2 expenditureE+W+S

[F96A(1)In section 97F above and this Schedule, general Part 2 expenditure, in relation to a Local Health Board, means expenditure of the Board which—

(a)is attributable to the payment of remuneration to persons providing services in pursuance of Part 2 of this Act, and

(b)is not excluded by sub-paragraph (2) below.

(2)Expenditure is excluded if it is attributable to—

(a)the reimbursement of expenses of persons providing services in pursuance of Part 2 which are designated expenses incurred in connection with the provision of the services (or in giving instruction in matters relating to the services),

(b)remuneration referable to the cost of drugs,

(c)remuneration paid to persons providing additional pharmaceutical services (in accordance with directions under section 41A above), in respect of such of those services as are designated, or

(d)remuneration of a designated description which is determined by the Board and paid to persons providing general medical services in pursuance of Part 2.

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Local Health Boards: main expenditureE+W+S

6B(1)In section 97F above, main expenditure, in relation to a Local Health Board and the year in question, means—

(a)expenditure of the Board mentioned in sub-paragraph (2) below,

(b)any other expenditure of the Board attributable to the performance of its functions in that year (other than general Part 2 expenditure and remuneration referable to the cost of drugs), and

(c)expenditure attributable to remuneration referable to the cost of drugs for which the Board is accountable in that year (whether paid by it or by another Board).

(2)The expenditure referred to in sub-paragraph (1)(a) above is expenditure attributable to—

(a)the reimbursement in that year of expenses of persons providing services in pursuance of Part 2 which are designated expenses incurred in connection with the provision of the services (or in giving instruction in matters relating to the services),

(b)remuneration paid in that year to persons providing additional pharmaceutical services (in accordance with directions under section 41A above), in respect of such of those services as are designated, or

(c)remuneration of a designated description which is determined by the Board and paid in that year to persons providing general medical services in pursuance of Part 2.

6C(1)For each financial year, the National Assembly for Wales shall apportion, in such manner as it thinks appropriate, among all Local Health Boards the total of the remuneration referable to the cost of drugs which is paid by each Local Health Board in that year.E+W+S

(2)A Local Health Board is accountable in any year for remuneration referable to the cost of drugs to the extent (and only to the extent) that such remuneration is apportioned to it under sub-paragraph (1) above.

(3)Where in any financial year any remuneration referable to the cost of drugs for which a Local Health Board is accountable is paid by another Local Health Board, the remuneration is to be treated (for the purposes of sections 97F and 97G above) as having been paid by the first Board in the performance of its functions.

(4)The National Assembly for Wales may, in particular, exercise its discretion under sub-paragraph (1) above—

(a)so that any apportionment reflects, in the case of each Local Health Board, the financial consequences of orders for the provision of drugs, being orders which in the Assembly’s opinion are attributable to the Board in question,

(b)by reference to averaged or estimated amounts.

(5)The National Assembly for Wales may make provision for any remuneration referable to the cost of drugs which is paid by a Local Health Board other than the Board which is accountable for the payment to be reimbursed in such manner as the Assembly may determine.]]

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