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Pharmacists should prepare medicine records for patients using home care services

| 26 Oct 2016

Community pharmacists should create a paper medicines administration record for adults who use home care services, according to proposals from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), England’s health technology body.

According to the new guidance, which is out for consultation until 11 November 2016, the paper record should ideally be provided by a community pharmacy and subsequently used by the carer to record the details of any medicines given.

NICE says the record should include the name of the patient; the name, formulation and strength of any medicine; how often and/or the time the medicine should be taken; the medicine’s route of administration; the name of the patient’s GP; stop or review dates and any additional information, such as specific instructions for giving a medicine.

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Charlton Park Academy – Already seeing the benefits

| 25 Oct 2016

Charlton Park Academy, one of iCarehealth’s newest Electronic Medication Management partner’s have seen an instant improvement in the way their residents medications have been managed.

Based in Greenwich, London, the Charlton Academy is a school for young people with complex, low incidence special educational needs. The academy also has a small residential unit (Rainbow House) for pupils admitted with complex care needs benefiting from extended educational provision.

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SECTOR NEWS: Care homes face higher CQC fees from 2017

| 24 Oct 2016

The care watchdog is proposing to increase the amount it charges these care homes by an extra £163 in 2017/18, according to the CQC’s consultation papers, published on 20 October.

The care regulator says its budget, in relation to the overall spending on health and adult social care in England, remains at 0.16 per cent and has promised to ‘look carefully’ at its costs, and to demonstrate that it is ‘fair, efficient, effective and proportionate’.

David Behan, chief executive of the regulator said: “We regulate over 30,000 health and adult social care providers and we set clear expectations of what good care looks like and when improvements need to be made. We will soon complete inspections of all services we rate.

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