Digital health: Innovating pharmacy for the future

“Digital health: Innovating pharmacy for the future” programme

Recent digital solutions have revolutionised clinical practice through all stages of health service delivery —  from prevention to diagnosis, disease management and monitoring. Pharmacists must keep abreast of all these emerging advances to which immense capabilities will reshape healthcare worldwide. These events will showcase how a confident, capable, agile, and digitally enabled pharmaceutical workforce can be developed through education, as well as how it can leverage the potential of digital health into a sustainable pharmacy ecosystem and tackle the challenges to usher pharmacy into its digital future.

Community pharmacy regulation, access and remuneration – global trends

A webinar organised by:
27 May 2021

This webinar will present selected findings from a recent FIP survey on community pharmacy models and self-care. It will provide an overview of trends affecting community pharmacies’ sustainability, namely the impact of players such as Amazon or the evolution of remuneration models for professional services. It will also provide a snapshot of community pharmacy in China.

Learning objectives:
1: Awareness of different remuneration models and sustainability of pharmacy business.
2: Discuss possible changes in community pharmacies in light of the digital era.
3: Share good practices in terms of evidence-based model regarding remuneration of pharmacy services.

Moderator:
Ema Paulino, FIP Professional Secretary - Portugal

Panellists:
Gonçalo Sousa Pinto and Rúben Viegas, FIP
Lars-Ake Söderlund, President, FIP Community Pharmacy Section
Sónia Queirós, National Association of Pharmacies of PortugalChina
Yue Guan, Deputy chief pharmacist, Head of Clinical Pharmacy Office, Xijing Hospital Affiliated to the Fourth Military Medical University - China

Community pharmacy regulation, access and remuneration – global trends

A webinar organised by:
27 May 2021

This webinar will present selected findings from a recent FIP survey on community pharmacy models and self-care. It will provide an overview of trends affecting community pharmacies’ sustainability, namely the impact of players such as Amazon or the evolution of remuneration models for professional services. It will also provide a snapshot of community pharmacy in China.

Learning objectives:
1: Awareness of different remuneration models and sustainability of pharmacy business.
2: Discuss possible changes in community pharmacies in light of the digital era.
3: Share good practices in terms of evidence-based model regarding remuneration of pharmacy services.

Moderator:
Ema Paulino, FIP Professional Secretary - Portugal

Panellists:
Gonçalo Sousa Pinto and Rúben Viegas, FIP
Lars-Ake Söderlund, President, FIP Community Pharmacy Section
Sónia Queirós, National Association of Pharmacies of PortugalChina
Yue Guan, Deputy chief pharmacist, Head of Clinical Pharmacy Office, Xijing Hospital Affiliated to the Fourth Military Medical University - China

Community pharmacy regulation, access and remuneration – global trends

A webinar organised by:
27 May 2021

This webinar will present selected findings from a recent FIP survey on community pharmacy models and self-care. It will provide an overview of trends affecting community pharmacies’ sustainability, namely the impact of players such as Amazon or the evolution of remuneration models for professional services. It will also provide a snapshot of community pharmacy in China.

Learning objectives:
1: Awareness of different remuneration models and sustainability of pharmacy business.
2: Discuss possible changes in community pharmacies in light of the digital era.
3: Share good practices in terms of evidence-based model regarding remuneration of pharmacy services.

Moderator:
Ema Paulino, FIP Professional Secretary - Portugal

Panellists:
Gonçalo Sousa Pinto and Rúben Viegas, FIP
Lars-Ake Söderlund, President, FIP Community Pharmacy Section
Sónia Queirós, National Association of Pharmacies of PortugalChina
Yue Guan, Deputy chief pharmacist, Head of Clinical Pharmacy Office, Xijing Hospital Affiliated to the Fourth Military Medical University - China