Cuts

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Three in five pharmacists expect profit rise says Lloyds Bank

Pharmacists’ business confidence is rising, with three in five anticipating profits to go up this year, though confidence “remains in negative territory”

Further LloydsPharmacy closures appear likely

Parent company McKesson is looking to “accelerate” its UK restructuring programme, with “further closures of retail pharmacy stores” anticipated

Low-performing Boots stores under review as WBA ups savings target

Company needs to be “more aggressive in our response to rapidly shifting trends”, Walgreens Boots Alliance chief Pessina says

Cuts continue to impact LloydsPharmacy’s performance in Q3

Market growth in the European division as a whole was “partially offset” by poor UK performance

NHS England consults on further prescribing curbs

NHS England has set out plans to curb the prescribing of a further group of ‘low priority’ items such as silk garments

£11m boost for NI pharmacies a “sticking plaster” says body

The Department of Health (Northern Ireland) has announced additional community pharmacy funding of up to £11.1m

NI pharmacy “light years behind”, facing “indiscriminate” closures

The funding crisis facing the community pharmacy sector in Northern Ireland will cause widespread closures, CPNI has said

“Bank at my back”: pharmacists’ category M concerns

Contractors in England have expressed dismay at the news their margins will be squeezed between November and March by a £50m category M clawback (£10m per month) and a 3p drop in the single activity fee

PSNC Dukes: Better pharmacy contract “an absolute priority”

Formal negotiations for the 2019-20 community pharmacy contract began in recent weeks, Mr Dukes said, adding that PSNC “will do absolutely everything we can to get the best deal for community pharmacy”

Calls for cuts U-turn amid record use of sexual health services

With the latest Government figures showing record numbers of people using sexual health services, the LGA has called for cuts to councils’ public health budgets to be reversed

Behind the headlines: Pharmacy’s final (brief) day in court

The Court of Appeal’s full determination has yet to be made public, but seven words from Lord Justice Stephen Irwin were sufficient to quash a last-ditch attempt to overturn the cuts

RPS England board member breaks rank to oppose ‘weak’ cuts stance

Board member Sultan ‘Sid’ Dajani has ‘broken rank’ to attack what he describes as the Society’s ‘weakness’ in addressing community pharmacy funding cuts

Pharmacists feel more confident but concerns remain, survey suggests

Optimism around profit growth is offset by widespread concerns related to mounting financial pressures, a new survey suggests

Pharmacy professionals devise cuts strategy

Start engaging with today's challenges, Alphega members urged colleagues at a recent workshop

Cuts hearing Day 2: Treasury plans exposed

It has emerged that Chancellor Philip Hammond wrote to the Prime Minister last August recommending that the community pharmacy network be dismantled in favour of warehouse dispensing

No contractor immune to cuts, says Celesio

Celesio's Cormac Tobin calls government handling of funding cuts "grossly disingenuous"

Funding cuts "an outrage", says Numark

Numark chief executive John D'Arcy warns of an "imbalance" in government thinking over cuts



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