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From 20 January 2020 new activity from NHS England and NHS Improvement, and NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA), encourages dental teams across England to support the NHS ‘Check before you tick’ campaign to help patients understand their eligibility for free or reduced cost NHS dental treatment.
NHS Business Services Authority has become one of the first to match the number of first aiders across its services with mental health first aiders, and is supporting of one of its corporate charities Samaritans this Brew Monday (Monday 20th January).
Staff from NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA), which has headquarters in Newcastle, have been volunteering their skills and collecting food donations for their chosen corporate charity partner the Trussell Trust food bank.
As part of managing shortages for haloperidol (Serenace®), the government has agreed a serious shortage protocol (SSP) for haloperidol (Serenace®) 500 microgram (mcg) capsules.
The Serious Shortage Protocol (SSP) for fluoxetine 30mg capsules (SSP02) is being extended to the 18 December 2019.
A project is underway at the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) to move all drug data into one place, to provide a consistent single source of information.
Polypharmacy prescribing has been steadily improving across England, according to data from the NHSBSA’s ePACT2 dashboard.
The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) has recently launched it's publication strategy, which marks the start of their journey to change how they approach external reporting.
The NHS Long Term Plan relies on pharmacists working in GP practices to carry out medication reviews. But if you can’t find and prioritise patients to review, there is a risk that missed patients could be harmed.
Issue 36 of NHS Information Services Hints & Tips is now available to read on the NHS Business Services Authority's (NHSBSA's) website.
Press release by Wessex AHSN - For our records
A new NHS website has been launched to make it easier for GP practices to attract high quality candidates for General Practice Nursing roles.