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Medacy's three areas of expertise

Medacy’s have developed three fields in which we lead the way in service provision in the UK.

Our UK wide locum or permanent recruitment services to both primary and secondary care?

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Pharmacist-led clinical services to GP practices, GP Federations and CCGs?

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Medacy are experts in the supply of locum healthcare staff to secure establishments.

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So, who do Medacy work with at present?

Medacy Clinical 1 – Anticholinergic Burden

Anticholinergic Burden What is anticholinergic burden? It's fair to say that the treatment of long term conditions has much improved over the last 20 years with more evidence based prescribing and the publication of Gold Standards in the guise of NICE guidance or...
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Locum Pharmacists

Locum Pharmacists Required Medacy Locums  need more locum pharmacists to fill daily vacancies across England. You will be working with one of the longest established locum agencies with a proven track record of securing best rates and an unrivalled opportunity to...
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Useful information regarding Smartcards from PSNC

http://psnc.org.uk/contract-it/pharmacy-it/smartcards/smartcard-model/
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Pharmacists can change primary care for the better

Are Pharmacists the Cinderella profession?   For years pharmacy has been the Cinderella profession and pharmacists, the most under-utilised of all the healthcare professions. Hospitals got the value of pharmacists as clinicians many years ago but primary care has...
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Pharmacist shortage?

Pharmacists - the times they are a changing If you believe everything you read and hear from politicians, the press and even NHS England there is a glut of pharmacists at present. Why is it then that for the first time in a number of years, I'm seeing pharmacies...
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One FTE pharmacist per 30,000 patients isn’t enough

We need a ratio of one pharmacist per 10,000 patients One FTE pharmacist per 30,000 patients isn't enough. The Clinical Pharmacist in General Practice programme announced the successful wave 1 sites this week and this offers pharmacists a fantastic opportunity to...
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Clinical Pharmacists – exciting times ahead

Clinical Pharmacist with business acumen? In the next few weeks Medacy will be announcing new opportunities for pharmacists with both clinical knowledge and good business acumen. Please contact Shaun if you would like any more information. The opportunities will be...
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Practice Pharmacist – Why should I employ one?

Practice Pharmacist - Why should I employ one? It's fair to say that the profile of practice pharmacists has never been higher. GP shortages and a population of GPs and Practice Nurses where a high percentage are approaching retirement age, has forced practices and GP...
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IR35 Changes

Changes to IR35 to effect locums working in the NHS Locums who work for the NHS through their own Personal Service Company need to be aware of the changes which come into effect on 6th April 2017. Details are not yet fully worked out but in essence, the rules are...
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Pharmacists are ideally placed to facilitate supported self-care

Supported Self-Care Whether we like it or not, pharmacists are usually last in line when it comes to healthcare. I can hear the pharmacy twitterati and facebook posters reaching for their re-tweet or like buttons already, but hear me out. Last in line is where we...
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TempBuddy - leading edge technology for locums

Working as a locum is fantastic. You choose when and where you work and for how much. However, the admnin side of things can be onerous. Medacy have invested in  TempBuddy which uses smartphone technology to keep you up to date with vacancies in your area and takes away the need for paper timesheets – your smartphon logs you in and out. Cool eh!

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