UK’s largest pharmacy chain accused of rorting health service

The UK’s largest pharmacy chain Boots is being accused of forcing staff to “milk” a National Health Service (NHS) scheme aimed at giving sick patients advice, according to local media reports.

The Guardian newspaper claims that Boots' managers have been directing pharmacists to over-provide medicine-use reviews (MUR) to customers so they can collect the $52 per person fee from the NHS.

The MUR is intended to give patients health, diet and medicine management advice. But The Guardian says it has evidence that managers are

Latest

Trending