Decision to list enteral feed with fibre 0.83 kcal/ml (Nutrison 800 Complete Multi Fibre)
PHARMAC is pleased to announce the approval of an agreement with Nutricia Limited to list enteral feed with fibre 0.83 kcal/ml, liquid (Nutrison 800 Complete Multi Fibre).
No changes were made to the proposal following consultation. In summary, the effect of the decision is that:
- Nutrison 800 Complete Multi Fibre will be listed from 1 November 2016 in Section D of the Pharmaceutical Schedule (in the community) and in Part II of Section H (the Hospital Medicines List, or HML) subject to Special Authority criteria and Hospital Restrictions respectively.
Details of the decision
From 1 November 2016:
- Nutrison 800 Complete Multi Fibre will be listed in Section D of the Pharmaceutical Schedule (in the community) and in Part II of Section H (the Hospital Medicines List, or HML) at the following price and subsidy (ex-manufacturer, exclusive of GST):
|Chemical||Brand||Form||Pack size||Price and subsidy|
|Enteral Feed with fibre 0.83 kcal / ml||Nutrison 800 Complete Multi Fibre||Liquid||1,000 ml OP||$5.29|
- Nutrison 800 Complete Multi Fibre will be listed subject to the Special Authority Criteria that apply to the Standard Supplements (SA1554) (link no longer available).
- Nutrison 800 Complete Multi Fibre will be listed subject to the Hospital Restrictions for Standard Feeds (RS1214) [PDF, 12 KB].
We appreciate all of the feedback that we received and acknowledge the time people took to respond. All consultation responses received by 12 September 2016 were considered in their entirety in making a decision on the proposed changes. All responses were supportive of the proposal and no issues were raised in relation to the proposal. Feedback highlighted that funding of a low energy multi fibre enteral feed would help address a current unmet clinical need for those patients with low energy requirements who also require an enteral feed.
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