The consultation on proposals for the 2020/21 national tariff closed on 22 January 2020. However, in light of the NHS response to COVID-19, publication of the 2020/21 tariff has been delayed. We will confirm details of the publication as soon as possible.
2019/20 National Tariff Payment System
The 2019/20 National Tariff Payment System came into effect on 1 April 2019. The documents below provide details of the tariff prices and rules, and guidance on implementing them. See also the locally determined prices page for templates and information on local variations and other local pricing.
If you have any questions about the tariff, please contact email@example.com.
A set of prices and rules to help providers of NHS care and commissioners provide best value to their patients.
Includes national prices and prices to be used for emergency care.
A list of the changes made to the national tariff documents between the statutory consultation on the proposed tariff and the final publication.
Glossary of terms used across the National Tariff Payment System documents.
Further information and guidance on certain currencies for services with national prices.
Guidance on certain currencies specified that do not have national prices.
Guidance to support the implementation of best practice tariffs.
A manual to help clinicians use the mental health clustering tool
The models used to calculate prices, including the SAS code. This file also contains the models used to calculate the market forces factor.
Guidance on local variations, local modifications and local prices.
Non-mandatory prices, including prices for maternity services.
Guidance on the implementation of the blended payment for emergency care, including a worked example.
Guidance on the implementation of the blended payment for mental health services.
Guidance on the non-mandatory maternity payment pathway.
Enquiries & FAQs
This workbook is published to allow users to see the enquiries which have been answered by NHS England and NHS Improvement. It also contains a summary of frequently asked questions and our responses.
Enquiries and frequently asked questions relating to the tariff.
Keep up to date
If you have any specific questions on the national tariff please email firstname.lastname@example.org.