Pharmacy fees for the 2019-20 flu vaccination service have increased to £9.58 – an increase of 10p on 2011-19.
Portsmouth CCG is the first in the country to have 100 per cent of GP practices able to use the EPS.
Dr June Raine is taking over Ian Hudson as interim chief executive of the MHRA pending a permanent appointment.
Teva has warned that shortages of the epilepsy drug will last a month long longer than previously expected.
Ex-RPS president Ash Soni says £300,000 it received from Health Education England funded pharmacy training in south London.
In a letter to Boris Johnson, health bodies said they were “unable to reassure patients" that Brexit wouldn't affect them.
Sir Andrew Dillon has announced his intention to stand down as chief executive at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
The Government will consider offering MMR vaccinations in “settings outside of a GP” to improve protection rates.
A leaked Government dossier suggests that medicines would be “vulnerable to severe extended delays”.
The new, personalised service could involve more digital screening and fewer interactions with healthcare professionals.
The DHSC is inviting tenders for an express freight contract to ensure the supply of medicines in a no deal Brexit.
Scotland’s road safety laws are being strengthened further by the introduction of drug driving limits.
The public should be encouraged to make greater use of digital health technologies, the PAGB has said.
The average wait for a routine GP appointment has exceeded two weeks for the first time ever according to a Pulse survey.
Suicide is no longer the biggest killer of men in the 35-49 age group, the Office of National Statistics has found.
NICE has decided not to recommend the use of cannabis-based medicines in severe treatment-resistant epilepsy.
LloydsPharmacy has opened its latest outpatient pharmacy at Royal United Hospital in Bath. It now operates over 50 outpatient dispensaries across the country
The chancellor has made £434m available to avoid disruption in medicines supply in the event of a no deal Brexit.
A series of roadshows will help pharmacists understand how the five-year settlement will impact their pharmacies.
The DHSC has said the data it collects on medicines prices has improved since new regulations came into force.