Published on:June 2017
    Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Community Medicine, 2017; 3(3):194-196
    LETTER TO EDITOR | doi:10.5530/jppcm.2017.3.40

    New Pharmacy Model for Vision 2030 in Saudi Arabia

    Authors and affiliation (s):

    Yousef Ahmed Alomi

    The Past General Manager of General Administration of Pharmaceutical Care, Head, Saudi Clinical Pharmacy Forum and Pharmacy R & D Administration, Ministry of Health, Riyadh 11392, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)


    King of Saudi Arabia Launched the Saudi Vision 2030 with a strategic plan in the coming fifteen years in late 2016.[1] There were several programs among of the strategic plan, and the transforming programs were part of them. The Ministry of Health (MOH) released fifteen strategies to achieve the vision 2030.[2] With a new vision and strategy its need to think out of the box and start to change pharmacy practice model in Saudi Arabia. In addition to MOH strategic plan of pharmaceutical care and the quantity and quality of national pharmacy practice programs.[3-4] Most of the pharmaceutical care services will switch from inpatient pharmacy model to ambulatory care pharmacy model, and one of the new initiatives Systems is a managed care pharmacy. Read More.......

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    Alomi YA. New Pharmacy Model for Vision 2030 in Saudi Arabia. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Community Medicine. 2017;3(3):194-6. Abstract