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PharmaBase NMS module updated

By News team

From this month community pharmacists will be able to edit demographic data of patients receiving the new medicine service on PharmaBase, according to the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee, which has revised the NMS module.

New modules devoted to stop smoking services, needle exchange and data recording around locally commissioned services are also expected in the next three months.

At the end of April a contract workbook will be added which will reflect changes to the pharmacy contractual framework that have to be implemented by April 2012, the PSNC confirmed in its latest issue of PharmaBase Upate.

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 11097188

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