Cegedim presented the latest evolution of its flagship Pharmacy Manager PMR at The Pharmacy Show with huge success.
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Health and care professionals in Kingston, Richmond and Sutton are now able to access GP records held on Vision 3, from other health organisations anytime
Our product has been in the market for over 20 years. We’ve listened to our customers and their feedback is very strong.
The Serious Shortage Protocol (SSP) gives pharmacists additional powers to alter prescriptions in the event of a serious shortage of a particular medicine.
Cegedim were delighted to present Amy Harper, Pharmacy Manager at Knights Crossfell Pharmacy the ‘Innovation’ award at the Recognition of Excellence Awards.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new FMD integrated plugin for Pharmacy Manager, which is set to improve workflow and reduce pharmaceutical errors.
Tags: Shared Care
The first wave of Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are now offering patients new services and are tackling the challenge of interoperability very differently. Some PCNs are wanting practices to use one primary care software system, others are realising that may be the wrong approach.
If you are a CCG trying to harmonise the reporting of your practices, Cegedim Healthcare Solutions has the answer.
Cegedim Rx were delighted to present Glasgow City HSCP (Health and Social Care Partnership) the ‘Working in Partnership’ award at this year’s Scottish Pharmacist Awards.
Tags: Population Level Health
Cegedim Healthcare Solutions explains why its first secondary care customer demonstrates the company’s commitment to innovation.
The Data & Security Protection Toolkit, formerly Information Governance Toolkit, must be completed every year by all pharmacies and businesses who have access to NHS patient data and systems. Use our form to help you answer 12 questions.
Following a public consultation and advice from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, gabapentinoids are to be reclassified on 1st April 2019 - here's how pharmacies may be effected.