Minor Ailments Scheme
minor ailments scheme
Northern Ireland’s pharmacies have generally languished behind our larger cousins across the water. Be it our computer systems, prescribing practices...
The country will be “developing and implementing a redesigned minor ailment and common conditions service available to all in the coming year,” the...
“We need primary legislation to change the sluggish pharmacy contract.” It’s the kind of statement you’d expect to originate from an exasperated...
Last month, NHS England published a list of 35 conditions it described as “self-limiting” or “suitable for self-care”, and for which it wants to see...
The Department of Health (DH) announced plans last year to develop a “new approach” in which NHS 111 would refer patients with minor ailments – such...
The NHS states that improving access to services is one of its main priorities. And so it should be, because one tends to have the feeling that the...
The service will be scrapped from May 1 and “payment will not be authorised for any activity incurred after April 30”, the CCG said in a letter sent...
During parliamentary health questions in the House of Commons yesterday (December 20), David Mowat responded to a question asked by Scottish National...
“Why can’t I have an emergency supply?” demands the woman in front of me, having gone from yummy mummy to tiger mother in the space of 10 seconds. “...
EXCLUSIVE NHS England refused to commission a pharmacy minor ailments scheme because it could not reach an agreement on the “price, specification...
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