An incentive for quality

7CPA should fund pharmacists for counselling, not just for dispensing, researchers say Rather than fee-for-service funding that encourages pharmacies to maximise their revenue by dispensing many prescriptions quickly, pharmacists should be paid to improve quality use of medicines, says former Pharmacist of the Year, John Jackson. Writing in The Conversation, Mr Jackson, a researcher at

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