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Insight

Dropshipping tech can revolutionise retail

Dropshipping model presents a short cut to online for traditional bricks and mortar retailers, says Avasam's Tejas Dave

Print smart to capitalise on digital

Since the arrival of EPS, printing has become a key area for those looking for efficiencies.

No respite in challenges for the generics sector

Medicines supply is never out of the news. What do those in the generics sector see as the prospects for 2020?

It can pay to be uniform

The provision of a uniform carries a cost which, if HMRC's rules are followed, can be offset against tax, says Helen Thornley

Caution! A red flag CPCS warning

Solicitor Noel Wardle says pharmacists should be aware of the risks of misdiagnosis or missing a 'red flag' when providing the CPCS

Pharmacy responds to green agenda

It pays to keep your environmental credentials in order, and many customers expect it

Painting by numbers

The latest General Pharmaceutical Services report from NHS Digital puts the numbers into community pharmacy over 10 years

Opportunity market, but rise in values trending down

Banks still see pharmacy as a positive funding opportunity, but the funding challenges are starting to have an effect.

Is your pharmacy IT system fit for the future?

As the new contractual framework puts even more emphasis on services, Sasa Jankovic finds out how PMR suppliers are stepping up 

Does pharmacy need a more collaborative model?

With community pharmacy facing change nationally and locally, Saša Janković asks whether the existing representation structure in England is robust enough to cope?

Full repairing and insuring leases explained

Solicitor Aidan Welton explains what 'full repairing and insuring' means when written in a pharmacy lease

Repairs or improvements?

Expenses and capital expenditure are treated very differently by the taxman 

Three reality checks and stark choices

RWA's Paul Counter looks at the options for survival in the Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework 

Robots are a major investment, so are they worth it?

In the final article in our automation series, we look at how pharmacy owners evaluate their investment 

Numbers reveal where your initial contract focus should be

Real World Analytics' Paul Counter runs the numbers from the five year contract deal through their analytical filters 

We need to talk about specials

Lifting the lid on specials - prescribing, quality and reimbursement - and dealing with the regular headlines

Safety, cost efficiency boxes ticked

in the third article in our Automation A-Z series, we find out what happens when you switch on. Operationally, does it deliver?

The mire of IR35

HMRC’s proposed changes to the IR35 tax law are set to have wide-reaching effects on locums, employers and agencies alike, but there is still no clarification of what these will be. 

Commercial property service charges: new rules explained

A new professional statement relating to service charges in commercial properties is compulsory. Michelle Noble, Solicitor and Member of the Pharmacy Transactions Real Estate Team at Charles Russell Speechlys LLP picks out the important details

GDPR: are you compliant?

One year on from the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation is a good time for a handy refresher on how GDPR applies in your pharmacy 

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