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One contractor warned they may be forced to make redundancies and another has said pharmacy’s service delivery will be hampered after yesterday's funding freeze announcement.
Contractors will notice the real impact of the 3p drop in the single activity fee at the end of January, the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) has warned.
The “unlikely” outcome of a no-deal Brexit would revoke the Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD), but pharmacies must prepare anyway, a government official has said.
The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) has struck a deal with a software supplier to allow its members to comply with an EU scanning law for a £300 annual fee, plus scanner costs.
The government has agreed to discuss the possibility of remuneration for pharmacies complying with the EU scanning law as part of the sector’s funding for 2019-20, PSNC has said.
The organisation representing the largest multiples has questioned how long an EU scanning law will be relevant after the UK exits the European Union.
Community pharmacies that are not prepared for the implementation of an EU scanning law risk hitting a "bottleneck" as the deadline approaches, suppliers have said.
Boots is “working towards” installing barcode scanners in its pharmacies in the “short time available” before EU legislation comes into force, it has told C+D.
The largest ongoing costs of implementing the EU's upcoming medicine scanning law have been "overlooked" by many in the sector, Rowlands has warned.
Lloydspharmacy and Day Lewis are preparing to trial barcode scanners in certain branches, ahead of EU legislation coming into force in February.