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BGMA demands NI-only medicine rules are scrapped

Over 3,000 medicines at risk of being withdrawn from Northern Ireland.

NPA: Parallel trade should be maintained in present form

Current arrangement is the best option for the UK, NPA argues.

95pc of contractors will receive full Covid claim from Government

The vast majority of contractors will receive their full claim from the BSA in October.

Pharmacy2U enjoys financial boost after unprecedented demand

A £7.2 million loss in 2020 was turned into a £100,000 profit before tax for the year ending March 2021

Pearn's 20 pharmacies sold to Knights for undisclosed sum

Acquisition boosts Knights Pharmacy to 90 branches across England and Wales

Covid cost claims 'significantly higher' than Government's offer

PSNC has not revealed total claims amount but says it is well above original £120m offer.

Boots to launch 30 new beauty halls in smaller stores

Boots has announced the roll out of 30 new beauty halls in smaller stores across the UK.

NPA wants competition watchdog to weigh in on hub & spoke

CMA should “look into” hub and spoke dispensing to ensure fairness, says NPA.

Advance payments brought forward 20 days after PEPS collapse

Contractors can receive advance payment 20 days earlier on scripts dispensed from October onwards

Lloyds to charge £50 for video GP consultations

LloydsPharmacy has launched a new service offering private online GP appointments, charging £49.99 for a one-off consultation.

Pharmacy reduces GDPR fine by £183k after appeal

A pharmacy fined £275,000 for mishandling patients’ sensitive personal data has had its penalty reduced by just under two thirds.

Boots partners with Deliveroo on home orders

Home deliveries launch from 14 Boots stores for customers using Deliveroo.

'Even multiples' must report closures appropriately warns NHS

A Scottish health board warns of a 'perfect storm' giving rise to pharmacy closures.

Well: Two thirds of young men have experienced ED

Survey finds over two thirds of men aged 18-34 have experienced erectile dysfunction.

RPS urges government to block Philip Morris takeover of respiratory company

Charities and health experts have expressed deep ethical concerns over the deal.

RSG surveys contractors on future roles of national and local bodies

Contractors asked which functions to be delivered at local and national level.

Government consults on new regulatory framework for PoC products

Framework to cover new types of medicines that are manufactured and supplied at the point of care.

Numark's Golden Tote takes to the road

Numark is hitting the highway as it promotes its Golden Tote dispensing solution to members.

New pharmacy quality scheme starts on September 1

The 2021-22 scheme will again contain seventy-five million pounds in funding.

EEA-based online prescribers pose 'serious' risk to patients

GPhC warns of "serious patient safety concerns" with online prescribers.

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