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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 implemented as early as this …

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 had opportunity to digest the …

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 have seen activity pick up …

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 there are two factors in …

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 exciting time in your pharmacy …

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 use social media. That’s why …

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 aware of the pitfalls? By …

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 business sales It has been …

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 ado about the advent of …

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 requiring businesses to notify patients, …

Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour explore whether pharmacy is trying to have its cake (or calamari) and eat it as well We both like hot and spicy Calamari. On those …

Does pharmacy have a problem with the way it thinks about, and refers to, patient diagnosis? Glenn Guilfoyle and Jenny Blair thinks it does, and that it may have unintended …