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Mawdsleys are delighted to be partnering with LogixX Pharma Ltd to distribute their contract and non contract products to hospitals, as of 1st July.
Michael Close, Chief Executive Officer at LogixX Pharma states “We are thrilled to be partnering with Mawdsleys to expand our distribution services to the NHS. Mawdsleys' proven experience in delivering a first-class service in delivery reliability, picking accuracy and local customer care will ensure the right patients get the right medicine at the right time."
Mawdsleys are pleased to be part of The Climate Group's UK Electric Fleets Coalition, a group of leading UK businesses advocating for an accelerated transition to electric vehicles in the UK. The switch to EVs is a vital step on the path to net-zero emissions.
Mawdsleys are delighted to be partnering with Cipla to distribute their contract and non contract products to hospitals from 1st June.
Mawdsleys and Meabco A/S have launched a Named Patient Supply program to allow Oncologists within the European Union (EU) to obtain access to BP-C1 on an unlicensed basis for the treatment of metastatic breast cancer and incurable pancreatic cancer.
MPW's brand new warehouse and distribution centre in Doncaster is open for business.
Mawdsleys and Oncoscience GMbH have launched a Named Patient Supply Program to allow Oncologists in the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland to obtain access to CIMAher® (Nimotuzumab) on an unlicensed basis for the treatment of various types of cancer.
Looking for a warehouse solution to ensure you have buffer stock in the UK in the event of a hard Brexit?
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust in London was looking for efficiencies within its procurement function at Guy’s Hospital.
The racking is going in!
Hospitals in Wales can order Europharma lines from Mawdsleys in their normal way:
Mawdsleys are delighted to be the distribution route to the NHS for Reig Jofre’s CMU contract products.
Hospitals can now order Reig Jofre products from Mawdsleys Wholesale in their normal way:
Mawdsleys’ hospital customers are already seeing the benefits of the latest developments to their dedicated portal, Mawdsleys Online.
Check out the latest pictures of our new MPW site
As a third party logistics provider offering a seamless service to pharmaceutical companies, MPW realises the importance of real-time management data for our clients’ business.
Your dedicated MPW team.
As part of our commitment to providing an outstanding service to our clients, MPW (Mawdsleys Pre Wholesale), are delighted to announce the newest additions to our fleet.
Mawdsleys team up with TENA to provide incontinence training to local pharmacy staff.
B Braun has chosen Mawdsleys as one of their two distributors to hospitals in England and Wales.
Mawdsleys will be distributing Strides Pharma UK products to English hospitals as part of CMU contract
Mawdsleys exhibit at Greater Manchester LPC Pharmacy Conference
Tillomed Laboratories use Mawdsleys to bring their injectable products to market
Work is progressing quickly as the structure is now in place of the brand new 150,000 sq ft warehouse currently being built in Yorkshire.
Mawdsleys are hosting a webinar to help people in the healthcare sector and pharmaceutical industry develop a deeper understanding of Named Patient Programmes.
Mawdsleys become exclusive distributor of Consilient's new generic Anagrelide.
Coming soon - Mawdsleys' Pre-Wholesale division to open additional site in Yorkshire
New app launched to provide offers and retail support to customers
Neon Healthcare have chosen Mawdsleys as their distributor to hospitals in England for their first CMU contract award.
At Mawdsleys we understand that you need to be preparing your plans for the Carter review under the Hospital Pharmacy Transformation Programme (HPTP), but you might need support and information to get started. We have been consulting with key individuals in hospitals about their Lord Carter plans for some time and have started to supply data such as order frequency reports and audit data to help hospital trusts start planning.
Innovative and ground-breaking developments have been made within oncology treatment, as the first ever licensed Gemcitabine infusion bags receive regulatory approval.
Product shortages have been a problem for pharmacies and other healthcare providers for many years. They can have a significant effect on patients and pharmacies; not to mention the NHS as a whole.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is responsible for regulating all
medicines and medical devices in the UK, by ensuring they are safe and that those manufacturing,
storing and distributing them are fit to do so. It is compulsory that all UK pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors undergo a system of licensing and inspection to certify their products are safe, and ensure that they work in compliance with regulatory requirements.
Daiichi Sankyo is a global pharmaceutical company with corporate origins in Japan. They provide ground-breaking products and services in more than twenty countries around the world. They have more than 100 years of scientific expertise and draw upon a rich legacy of innovation and a robust pipeline of promising new medicines to help patients.
Daiichi Sankyo approached Mawdsleys’ Pre-Wholesale (MPW) in January 2016; seeking a flexible, cost effective pre-wholesale distributor, that excelled in efficiency.
Survival Pack Update…We are happy to confirm that all of our Pharmacy Cuts Survival Packs have now been packed, sent, signed and delivered to thousands of independent pharmacies across the country.
The impending pharmacy funding cuts is an issue that will impact independent pharmacy the most, making it vital for us to act now! As a company as independent as you are, we at Mawdsleys are here to offer expert advice and support through this challenging time.
As of 1st May 2016, Mawdsleys will become the sole distributor for all Ranbaxy contracted products into the hospital sector (as you are aware, currently hospitals purchase Ranbaxy products directly). All products are now listed on Mawdsleys Online. To ensure continuity of supply all products can still be ordered through Ranbaxy directly until the end of May.
Ever thought about selling medicinal products to other pharmacies and wholesalers? Here’s how we can help:
You may have heard - our customer service number has changed!
For over a decade, Mawdsleys Pre-Wholesale (MPW) has been supporting pharmaceutical companies by providing warehouse and logistics services. Through the outstanding service provided, MPW has grown significantly, becoming a partner of choice for our clients and their customers, and boasts an unrivalled reputation in the market place.
As you will have already heard the Department of Health and NHS England have recently announced a reduction in funding for community pharmacies.
Do you monitor your pharmacy’s financial performance? Do you know how to track your pharmacy’s dispensing business and national services? And can you compare these to the performance of other pharmacies in your area?
Mawdsleys are delighted to be exhibiting at this year’s Healthy Living awards.
Following the success of May’s Stepping Up Together conference, the NPA are delighted to announce part two; which will be held at The Manchester Conference Centre on Sunday September 20th; free of charge.
The contract wave has come back around and we want to share the work load with all of our customers! At Mawdsleys we believe in working together with our customers to help keep your blood pressure down at this stressful time.
Mawdsleys warmly welcomes three new colleagues to support our capability to provide regulatory and pharmaceutical services. Qualified Person (QP) Phil Millward and BDMs Angela McDermott (Clinical Trials Service) and Daniel Belcher (Regulatory and QP Services) all joined the team in May.
We are thrilled to announce that Morningside Pharmaceuticals Ltd have nominated us as distributors from 1st July 2015.
Eat your heart out Simon Cowell, Mawdsley’s very own pharmaceutical services director Omar Shakoor has been selected by the C+D magazine to judge in this year’s awards.
Customers can now receive multi level discounts from manufacturers through Mawdsleys as well as an extra 2% discount on transfer orders.
As part of of our new, clear and competitive OTC service, we are now able to offer our entire Tena range in singles as well as outers.
At Mawdsleys, we have listened to our customers' needs and have launched a new, clear competitive OTC service.
Mawdsleys are delighted to welcome Penry Price to the company to head up the generic purchasing division.
Mawdsleys recognise that pharmacists missing out on prescription payments is a major problem, so are once again working closely with the IPF, to promote a free webinar led by experts from NHSBSA & PSNC.
Mawdsleys have recently announced new appointments in the business which will strengthen further the procurement capacity and support the supply chain for hospital customers.
Julie Clarey has joined Mawdsleys as In House Counsel for the Group.
November 2014 saw the start of one of the largest CMU National Contract Waves.
Mawdsleys are delighted that Niki Hodges has joined the company from Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust.
Mawdsleys have been working hard with manufacturers to provide additional choice for hospitals through new distribution agreements.
In April 2014, HSCIC and NHS England embarked on a Proof of Concept project in order to enable approximately 100 pharmacies access to Summary Care Records (SCR).
Mawdsleys have been nominated by Glenmark to distribute their CMU contracted products in England.
As of 1st November 2014, Mawdsleys have been nominated by Chanelle Medical to distribute their CMU contracted products in England. These products are only available via Mawdsleys and one other wholesaler.
As of 1st November 2014, Mawdsleys have been nominated by Typharm to distribute their CMU contracted products in England. These products are only available via Mawdsleys as a wholesale route and direct with Typharm.
Mawdsleys have proudly donated over 150 presents to the Key 103 Mission Christmas appeal for children living in poverty in Manchester.
Mawdsleys' festive season opening hours
Mawdsleys have been nominated as an additional wholesaler by Sinclair IS to distribute their products in England. This has been in place since August 2014.
As of 1st November 2014, Mawdsleys have been nominated by Genesis Pharma to distribute their CMU contracted products in England. These products will only be available via Mawdsleys and one other wholesaler.
Mawdsleys Unlicensed Medicines will be present at the Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group annual exhibition and conference on 7th-9th November 2014 at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham.
New appointments at Mawdsleys will give pharmacies and hospitals an even more competitive wholesale service.
Since 1st August 2014, the full range of Dr Reddy’s UK Ltd NHS contracted products has also been distributed via Mawdsleys to NHS hospitals within England, Scotland & Wales.
At MPW, Mawdsleys’ Third Party Logistics division, we have restructured to ensure the level of service given to our clients and their customers continues to be of the highest possible standard.
Mawdsleys are delighted to announce a new solus hospital distribution agreement with M&A Pharmachem.
Mawdsleys and sister company Positive Solutions are working in partnership with the Independent Pharmacy Federation (IPF), to help independent pharmacists address specific challenges affecting independent pharmacy.
Mawdsleys have recently sent all our hospital customers contract notification packs with all the details they need for the new CMU contracts which started on 1st March & 1st May. As one of the nominated wholesalers for these manufacturer contracts, Mawdsleys pride ourselves, at all times possible, on being in a full stock situation from day one of new contracts waves.
Mawdsleys were praised by The Portland Hospital, the leading private hospital for children, for their commitment to ensuring an urgent unlicensed medicine was delivered to them late in the evening.
Mawdsleys have welcomed on board Aftab Raziq as the new Business Development Manager (BDM) for the Yorkshire area.
Mawdsleys have appointed Steve Bolas as National Sales Manager (Secondary Care). Steve joins us from AAH and his role will be to build upon existing customer relationships, and develop the secondary care proposition as well as looking into new markets and sectors.
Pharmacists and other healthcare professionals are regularly called upon to help educate patients on the importance of monitoring their blood pressure – to get to know their numbers – so that we can advise them on what to do if these numbers are not as desired.
Numbers play a vital role not only in patient care, but also in the wellbeing of a business. From my experience in retail pharmacy – and in particular running a chain of supermarket pharmacies – I needed numbers to help me understand what was going on, and also to plan action to influence the same numbers in a positive way. I had a suite of reports telling me about all the crucial aspects of the business, and it was my job to act on them.
Independent pharmacists don't have the luxury of this data being collated for them; they have to get the information themselves. But of course, technology can help with this. A good patient medication record (PMR) system, for example, will allow you easy access to a whole array of reports at the push of a button. Then, as with blood pressure checks, if you see a worrying diagnostic, you can do something about it before it develops into a bigger problem.
What kind of data should you be looking at?
Running a pharmacy, it's easy to become bogged down in data. But for me, there are some obvious diagnostics we can't be without. We as community pharmacists need to know these numbers, and if they are going up or down:
It's easy to say all this, I know. But the fact is that contractors are extremely busy, now more than ever. I consider the PMR system as a lifeline here. So speak to your system provider about setting up a small suite of automated reports, and take a little time every week to check them out.
How can you affect your numbers?
Let's look at OTC sales. If the data showed that sales were down in one of my branches, common solutions would be to run a promotion, display products more prominently, or incentivise staff to sell more. If a category was doing particularly well, we'd work out how to maintain the momentum.
If independent pharmacies had the same information in an easily downloadable format, they could, for example, increase the number of a particular product, or ask suppliers for posters or point-of-sale materials to raise awareness of a product or range.
Let's say your prescription volume numbers show there is a decline in electronic prescription service (EPS) volume. You could get some new nomination forms made and drop one in every prescription bag, or seek out something which makes your delivery service better than your competitors and market this locally. All of these actions would not be possible without knowing the numbers.
In my opinion, if you don't know your numbers, you can't see the warning signs of poor sales. And – a bit like unknowingly having high blood pressure – critical problems could be developing without you realising. Community pharmacists should know their numbers, and act on them, to help their business stay healthy in these worrying times.
Dr Omar Shakoor is the pharmaceutical services director at wholesaler Mawdsleys
This article was published by the Chemist & Druggist on the 7th December 2016.
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