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Latest Pharmacy Daily headlines

Mon 21 Aug 17

30% pharmacist pay rise push


PROFESSIONAL Pharmacists Australia has launched a campaign which proposes increasing the pay of community pharmacists by 30%.


Mon 21 Aug 17

Practice guidelines revised


THE Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) has launched a review of its Professional Guidelines for the revised pharmacy programs, including Dose Administration Aids, MedsCheck/Diabetes MedsCheck, Staged Supply and Home Medicines Review services as announced in the 2017/18 Federal Budget.


Fri 18 Aug 17

Corum launches upgrade


PHARMACY software specialist Corum Health has today formally launched its new Streamlined Dispensing option, described as "a more intuitive and user-friendly single-screen workflow".


Fri 18 Aug 17

Henfrey takes the reins


BLACKMORES chairman Stephen Chapman has announced the appointment of company chief operating officer Richard Henfrey (pictured) as the new ceo for the firm effective yesterday (PD breaking news).


Fri 18 Aug 17

eHealth pharmacy benefits


THE rollout of the government's My Health Record system and integration with dispensing software in NSW's Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District has returned early positive results for patient care by picking up missing medications information and saving time for clinicians, particularly after hours.


Thu 17 Aug 17

Pharmacist’s stiff penalty


Pharmacy Daily

THE Supreme Court of New South Wales has ordered that the pharmacy registration of Mina Attia be cancelled, upholding an earlier ruling that Attia was guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct around the sale of counterfeit Viagra tablets (PD 03 Jan 17).


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