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More pharmacists brought into HSE probe

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
30th August, 2015

The Health Service Executive has expanded its investigation into fees charged by pharmacists and is now examining a number of other major pharmacy chains.

The HSE is concerned that the practice of claiming multiple fees – under circumstances that it regards as irregular – is not restricted to Lloyds.

On Friday, it was reported that the HSE was investigating the way Lloyds, the largest pharmacy chain in Ireland, had boosted its dispensing fee income by...

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