THE chronic medication service (CMS) is now over six years old and is a core element of the community pharmacy contract. It has the potential to be a significant vehicle for delivery of pharmaceutical care, but what impact is it really making?
Join us at 8pm on Sunday June 5th on Twitter using the hashtag #WePh to discuss the issues.
There are two elements to CMS: repeat supply of medicines via serial prescriptions, and the provision of pharmaceutical care. How are they going?
We want to know what you think are the benefits and the barriers to implementation of CMS in Scotland.
What is the Chronic medication service? To find out more check out the links below:
The chronic medication service is a core component of the Scottish community pharmacy contract. The other elements of the contract include the electronic minor ailments scheme (eMAS), public health service (PHS) and the acute medication service (AMS). For more information see the Community Pharmacy Scotland website.
Join us to discuss where we are with CMS, where we need to be and how to get there.
For all the chat info, head to the WeCommunities website.