Results 901–920 of 1618 for pharmacy in the 'Written Answers'

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Apprentices: Newcastle-under-Lyme (20 Oct 2008)

Siôn Simon: ...and Catering 360 Industrial Applications 40 IT Services and Development 20 IT User 60 Land-based Service Engineering 10 Mail Services (1)— Management 60 Meat and Poultry Processing 10 Optical Advisor (1)— Pharmacy Technicians (1)— Plumbing 100 Polymer Processing and Signmaking (1)— Printing 10 Property Services...

Written Answers — Health: Health: Screening (16 Oct 2008)

Ann Keen: ...to complete the check. The check is designed to be undertaken in a variety of settings to ensure maximum possible take up. For example, it can be undertaken in a general practitioners surgery, a pharmacy or other community settings such as community centres. Primary care trusts (PCTs) will commission this service and in doing so will decide the most appropriate locations in which it should...

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Apprentices: Newcastle-under-Lyme (15 Oct 2008)

Siôn Simon: ...and Catering 360 Industrial Applications 40 IT Services and Development 20 IT User 60 Land-based Service Engineering 10 Mail Services (1)— Management 60 Meat and Poultry Processing 10 Optical Advisor (1)— Pharmacy Technicians (1)— Plumbing 100 Polymer Processing and Signmaking (1)— Printing 10 Property Services...

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Apprentices: Newcastle-under-Lyme (15 Oct 2008)

Siôn Simon: ...and Catering 360 Industrial Applications 40 IT Services and Development 20 IT User 60 Land-based Service Engineering 10 Mail Services (1)— Management 60 Meat and Poultry Processing 10 Optical Advisor (1)— Pharmacy Technicians (1)— Plumbing 100 Polymer Processing and Signmaking (1)— Printing 10 Property Services...

Written Answers — Health: Cardiovascular System: Health Services (15 Oct 2008)

Ann Keen: ...advantages of risk assessment and management are available to all who are able to benefit. The Department is currently working with stakeholders including commissioners, general practice and the pharmacy sector, on how best to do this.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Needs Assessments (13 Oct 2008)

Lord Darzi of Denham: The White Paper Pharmacy in England: Building on strengths—delivering the future highlights that primary care trust pharmaceutical needs assessments should contribute to joint strategic needs assessments, which all primary care trusts and upper tier local authorities have a duty to undertake. The support programme on pharmaceutical needs assessment being devised for primary care trusts,...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Pharmacists (13 Oct 2008)

Lord Darzi of Denham: ...who in general shared our views, but there are concerns in the main about practical requirements to ensure that patient consent and confidentiality will be maintained and guaranteed in a community pharmacy setting. As outlined in the White Paper, Pharmacy in England: Building on strengths—delivering the future, we will undertake further work with one of the summary care record (SCR)...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Pharmacists (13 Oct 2008)

Earl Howe: asked Her Majesty's Government: When they will appoint the two new clinical leaders to champion change in hospitals and in the community in primary care as set out in the White Paper Pharmacy in England — Building on strengths, delivering the future.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Pharmacists (13 Oct 2008)

Earl Howe: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they plan to introduce measures to standardise systems across primary care trusts for paying community pharmacies for enhanced services.

Written Answers — Health: Hospitals: Accidents (6 Oct 2008)

Ann Keen: ...Central Strategic Health Authority 14,750 South West Strategic Health Authority 24,112 Total 196,915 Note: These results exclude anonymously submitted reports, reports from community pharmacies, NHS Direct and from one organisation whose SHA could not be readily determined due to mergers that have taken place.

Written Answers — Health: Incontinence: Medical Equipment (6 Oct 2008)

Dawn Primarolo: ...outcome of the consultation, patient choice could be increased as proposals regarding remuneration for service relate not only to the 100-plus dispensing appliance contractors but also to the 10,000 plus pharmacy contractors. The consultation document proposes that a uniform price reduction of two per cent., should be applied to all catheters listed in Part IXA—and for items listed...

Written Answers — Health: Incontinence: Medical Equipment (6 Oct 2008)

Dawn Primarolo: ...part IX of the drug tariff for the provision of stoma and incontinence appliances—and related services—in primary care, which is to ensure equitable payment to dispensing appliance contractors and pharmacy contractors for equivalent services. An impact assessment was published alongside the consultation.

Written Answers — Health: Incontinence: Medical Equipment (6 Oct 2008)

Dawn Primarolo: ...care is the maintenance and, where applicable, improvement of the current quality of care to patients—and provision of a consistent level of care. Although many dispensing appliance contractors and pharmacy contractors provide additional services such as home delivery, these services are not required under their National Health Service service provision. Therefore, we want to make...

Written Answers — Health: Incontinence: Medical Equipment (6 Oct 2008)

Dawn Primarolo: ...service is appliance use reviews, which are intended to improve the patient's knowledge and use of the appliance they are using. It was proposed that the number of total reviews that a dispensing appliance contractor or pharmacy contractor may claim for should be limited to one for every 35 Part IXA (catheter excluding any catheter accessory and maintenance solution), Part IXB and Part IXC...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Urology Appliances (29 Sep 2008)

Lord Darzi of Denham: In the current consultation it is proposed that every dispensing appliance contractor and pharmacy contractor in England should be required to provide the following as part of essential services for items that they supply in the normal course of their business. First, home delivery for all items in part IXA (catheter, laryngectomy and tracheostomy), part IXB and part IXC of the drug...

Written Answers — Health: Hypothermia: Elderly (15 Sep 2008)

Ben Bradshaw: ...keep warm and reduce the risk to health during a cold period. This booklet will be distributed to a wide range of venues that elderly people frequent, including general practitioner surgeries and pharmacies. Last year over two million copies were distributed. Additionally, the Department is working closely with Warmfront to ensure better targeting of older people with information to access...

Written Answers — Health: Pharmacy: Rural Areas (15 Sep 2008)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what criteria are being used in reviewing the operation of dispensaries in doctors' surgeries in rural areas; and what safeguards are being put in place for the access of the elderly and vulnerable to such dispensing services.

Written Answers — Health: General Practitioners: Pharmacy (10 Sep 2008)

Michael Fallon: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will visit the village of Farningham in Kent to discuss with residents his proposals regarding dispensing doctors.

Written Answers — Health: General Practitioners: Pharmacy (10 Sep 2008)

John Stanley: ...policy that GP practices with dispensaries will be required to re-apply for permission for their dispensaries to continue; (2) if he will make it his policy to ensure that GP dispensaries with a pharmacy within one mile will be permitted to continue to have their dispensaries.

Written Answers — Health: Cardiovascular System: Screening (1 Sep 2008)

Andrew Lansley: ...of the next five years; what funding he plans to provide centrally in support of the programme in each of the next five years; what contractual mechanisms he plans to use to encourage (i) GPs, (ii) pharmacies and (iii) community clinics to offer vascular health checks; and if he will make a statement.


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