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Are pharmacists taking the lead in running their own businesses? Or are they outsourcing too much of this role to others? Bruce Annabel and Mal …

What is the difference and which one is appropriate for pharmacies? Stephanie McGrath explains There are different types of commercial agreements that a pharmacist will come …

A short-and-sweet summary of the changes being implemented as early as this December, by Stephanie McGrath As announced in the budget, the following changes are being …

How assembly line theory can help maximise efficiency and effectiveness in community pharmacy, by Glenn Guilfoyle Readers of the trade press over recent months will have …

What are the lessons from the recent pharmacy valuation season? John Thornett explains Since 30 June 2018 valuation activity has certainly been very high. We …

What determines a pharmacy’s capitalisation rate? Natalie Sirianni explains Pharmacy businesses are valued using the Capitalisation of Future Maintainable Earnings methodology. This means that mathematically …

What are the 8 factors you should consider when making an offer for a pharmacy? Natalie Sirianni explains Buying a pharmacy is usually a very …

Six common mistakes that pharmacies are making with their social media, by Sarah Rendell In Australia according to Sensis almost eight in ten people now …

You may be aware of the benefits of entering into franchise agreements for the purpose of trading under a brand name. But are you also …

We’re now in the final quarter of the 2018 calendar year, and Natalie Sirianni reviews and assesses the year to date in terms of pharmacy …

Sorting out your pharmacy’s workflow is crucial to transforming its health services and value to patients say Glenn Guilfoyle and Paul Jaffar There is much …

Here’s what you need to know about the new laws that require notification regarding patient data breaches, by Stephanie McGrath Earlier this year, Australia enacted laws …