Audit & Pharmacy Procedures
The Community Pharmacy Services Audit Sub-Group was tasked under the Community Pharmacy Services Agreement (CPSA) to develop an enduring long term Audit Strategy. The key objective being to promote Audit as a valued resource that provides a balance between quality improvement, core assurance and probity activities.
|Pharmacy Audit Strategy|
|Principles for Recovery|
Pharmacy Quality Audits are conducted by Medicines Control within the Ministry of Health. They are designed to assess compliance of legislative requirements and quality requirements outlined the CPSA.
|Summary of Pharmacy Quality Audit Findings 2016/17|
|Summary of Pharmacy Quality Audit Findings 2014/15|
The Pharmacy Procedures Manual provides a guide for community pharmacists on procedures and processes required for claiming funding as part of the Community Pharmacy Services Agreement (CPSA).
It also includes processes linked to other current legislation and service delivery.
Updated for 1 July, the first addendum to the Community Pharmacy Services Pharmacy Procedures Manual (V7) has now been agreed on by the Community Pharmacy Services Governance Group (CPSGG) and takes effect on 1 October 2015.
The Manual has been designed to be a fluid electronic reference document and has been updated to include the first addendum.
|Pharmacy Procedures Manual Version 7.2|
|Addendum to the Pharmacy Procedures Manual Version 7.2|
|Addendum to the Pharmacy Procedures Manual Version 7.1|
If you are planning on buying, selling or closing a pharmacy use this Guide to help you with the transfer of ownership process.
Should you have any questions please contact your DHB Portfolio Manager.
|Pharmacy Transfers Guide|