Agreement risk share ‘cuts both ways,’ says Quilty

Pharmacies need to be urgently reimbursed funds resulting from the 6.5 million shortfall in prescription volumes over 2015-16, says Guild executive director David Quilty. In this week’s edition of Forefront, he writes that, “Like all risk share arrangements, the risk share in the [Community Pharmacy] Agreement cuts both ways.” The purpose of the Community Pharmacy

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