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COVID-19 has fast-tracked the introduction of e-prescribing. So how do you get your pharmacy e-prepared? asks Ben Wilkins How you deliver care to your patients is an area that is …

In our latest podcast, pharmacists give their views on where they see automation happening in pharmacy and how it will change day to day practice  Host Carlene McMaugh speaks to …

The need to do more with less is driving automation in pharmacy, says Marta Stybowski, but are we asking the right questions? The growing pressure to achieve more with less …

Why do those conducting industry reviews feel that pharmacists are so easily pushed aside? wonders Carlene McMaugh Pharmacy is currently the subject of a number of government and industry reviews: …

What experts predict about the nature of employment in 2030 Just over a week ago, the Productivity Commission released a report of recommendations calling for community pharmacists to be replaced …

A Productivity Commission report, tabled in Parliament this week, has recommended community pharmacists be replaced by automated dispensing and a sub-class of “supervisors” The Shifting the Dial report, sent to …

“In a study pharmacists were a profession that had only a 1.2% chance to be replaced by machines in the next 20 years. ( follow the link and the table …

Disruption from sources like automation, digital interconnectivity and the peer economy are set to shake up the health sector as they are other sectors, says Dr Stefan Hajkowicz, Senior Principal …

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 …

“Hub and spoke” dispensing is safer than the traditional pharmacy approach, England’s chief pharmaceutical officer says. The Pharmaceutical Journal reports that Keith Ridge, in giving evidence to the All-Party Pharmacy …