Community pharmacists

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has adapted the 6CPA Registration and Claiming Portal for community pharmacies to seek reimbursement for eligible patients that are not charged a co-payment for their Section 100 Highly Specialised Drugs.

More information and resources, including guides and frequently asked questions can be found on the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (NSW Branch) website.

Public hospital pharmacists

Patient consent forms

For s100 prescriptions, patients need to complete and sign a consent form with their prescriber/doctor.

s100 Highly specialised drugs

  • By signing the form, the patient agrees to have their co-payment contribution paid by the NSW Government over a 12 month period from the date included on the  12 Month Patient Consent Form
  • The signed form must be presented each time a prescription is filled (including repeats) for the s100 co-payments to be made
  • Patients need to ensure that as they near the expiry of 12 months a new consent form is completed with their prescriber/ doctor.​

s100 injectable and infusible chemotherapy medicines

  • Patients sign a consent form when their prescription is filled through a pharmacy used by NSW public hospital oncology services
  • This form includes consent for the NSW Government to make the s100 co-payments on behalf of the patient.

More information

NSW s100 co-payment enquires can be emailed to: NSWH-s100CoPayment@health.nsw.gov.au.​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Page Updated: Tuesday 18 December 2018
Contact page owner: Strategic Reform and Planning