UK pharmacy chief backs down on automation claims

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England’s chief pharmaceutical officer has backed down on his claims about automation reducing error rates, Chemist + Druggist reports. Keith Ridge is on record as saying that error rates are lower in the hub-and-spoke model currently being pushed in the UK, and that pharmacists have a professional obligation to use automated dispensing processes. Ridge said

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