Minor ailments rated most viable service in PSNC strategy
Just over a third of respondents to a C+D poll said a combined minor ailments and emergency supply service is the most realistic of the negotiator's clinical suggestions
Readers have backed PSNC’s plans for a combined minor ailments and emergency supply service.
More than a third of respondents to a C+D poll said the combined service is the "most viable" of the options the negotiator suggested in its clinical plan for the sector earlier this month.
The same proportion said more repeat electronic dispensing was the most likely to work.
Sixteen percent of 270 respondents to the poll, which ran February 12-23, backed more pharmacists attaining independent prescriber status.
Which of the services set out in PSNC’s clinical vision is the most viable for pharmacists to deliver if the 6% funding cut goes ahead?
PSNC was forced to defend its strategy earlier in the month after readers questioned where the money to fund the additional services would come from.
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