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Title: The chemist and druggist [electronic resource]
Year: 1859 (1850s)
Subjects: Pharmacy Drug Industry
Publisher: London : Morgan Brothers UBM
Contributing Library: Wellcome Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Wellcome Library
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t level ofmisconduct and usually attracted astriking off or suspension. But, Mr Milmo concluded: Weare convinced there is no prospectat all of repetition as she has nointention of returning to theacademic world and in our viewthere is no realistic prospect ofany dishonest or similar conductbeing committed by her as alocum pharmacist. GP systems firm buys Rx Systems Pharmacy software and servicescompany Rx Systems has beenbought by EMIS, the UKs largest CPsystems firm, in a £10 million deal. The acquisition gave the potentialfor greater integration betweenpharmacy and GP IT systems, EMIStold C+D. A spokesperson for the companysaid: It is too early to say in detailhow we will develop the integrationbetween the EMIS GP systems andthe ProScript system. However, there is clearlypotential to enhance the messageflows between the patient, GPand pharmacist – including EPSmessage flows – and this issomething we will be activelyinvestigating in the coming months. The company added that it could
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Rx Systems currently has a 20per cent share of the communitypharmacy market, with 2,500community pharmacies using thecompanys ProScript dispensarymanagement system. Further growth could be achievedfollowing the acquisition, accordingto EMIS. The acquisition is also importantfor the provision of joined-uphealthcare for NHS patients, thecompany said. HF The deal could see more integrationbetween pharmacy and CP IT systems anticipate future integration of EMISand Rx Systems technologies thatcould enable further streamlining ofelectronic prescription services.
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