This means that there is no treatment which is verifiable NHS treatment on the claim.
This could be for two main reasons.
1 - The treatment item code you have used to chart the treatment is not recognised on the Clinical Data Set screen as an NHS treatment code
2 - The treatment is listed as Private and not NHS treatment on the Treatment Plan
How to Resolve
If the treatment is not recognised as NHS treatment, you need to go back to the Treatment plan and check the treatment code.
The easiest way to check what is being submitted is to look at the Clinical Data Set screen.
If you need to list treatment items as NHS, go into Settings > Treatments> and check that the item is listed as NHS and have the correct band.
If the treatment is listed as Private on the treatment plan, you need to open the treatment plan, untick the complete items, change the treatment to NHS and complete and resubmit.
For help with the No significant treatment on a claim for NHS Scotland, take a look at our support document here.
Additional NHS Claim Error support documentation
For additional support documents showing you how to resolve common NHS Claim errors, please see below
Dealing with NHS Claim Problems - This is an overview of claim errors