The Pharmacy Guild of Australia will launch a range of new tools to help pharmacies maximise 6CPA opportunities at the Guild Member Only Breakfast on Saturday 10 September at Pharmacy Connect.
Conference Convenor Kos Sclavos says that the inaugural conference meets the need identified by pharmacists and industry representatives for an education event that launches programs and initiatives in the second half of the year.
“Community pharmacy is changing so rapidly,” he says. “It is vital for pharmacists, business owners and the wider sector to stay abreast of changing regulations and new business opportunities as they arise.
“Guild National President George Tambassis will address the Guild Member Only Breakfast and provide an update on the 6CPA and the pharmacy landscape.”
Pharmacy Guild Group Executive Pharmacy Transformation, Pam Price will also speak at the Guild Member Only Breakfast and says that the Guild has developed a range of tools to assist members prepare their business for change, and incorporate professional services in order to access remunerated programs as a part of the 6CPA.
“Pharmacy Transformation tools will assists members assess their business model, determine their market’s variables and, importantly, identify profitable opportunities when considering professional services,” she says.
“The Guild Member Only Breakfast will highlight key pharmacy transformation tools including Health Advice Plus and the new Professional Services Viability Tool which provides a guide to assist members in determining and setting fees for pharmacy professional services based on their individual business parameters.
“Guild staff will be available throughout the conference and on the Guild trade exhibition stand to showcase the pharmacy transformation tools and answer any questions that delegates may have,” Price says.
Pharmacy Connect is hosted by The Pharmacy Guild of Australia, New South Wales Branch, and will be held in Sydney on 9-11 September at the newly refurbished Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour.