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An MOA is an agreement that defines the conditions between two or more parties. Often referred to as the “handshake agreement,” MOAs are not legally binding, but allow action to be planned in advance rather than in a state of emergency. Check the MOA statement for the pharmacy and sign the registration FORM and enter the HL7 pharmacy interface form. The pharmacy HL7 Interface Form is designed only to obtain minimal information to initiate technical conversations to develop interoperability between the pharmacy system and the vaccination registry. Other questions will certainly be answered during the technical interviews. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact [email protected]a.gov. Read more: PDEA SIGNS MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT WITH LALAMOVE PHILIPPINES, INC. To crack down on drug trafficking… Read more: PDEA SIGNS MOA WITH PCOO, 2 OTHER MEDIA AND ENTITIES EVENTS MOAs offer benefits to both public health authorities and pharmacies. Pharmacies engage with people of all ages throughout their lives and are often a trusted source of information and support in communities.

Because pharmacies are more involved in providing vaccines to the public, an AME can also help ensure that all pandemic vaccines have adequate access to vaccines, information and stocks. The Philippine Drug Agency (PDEA) today (23 September 2020) signed an agreement with the President`s Communications Office (PCOO) and two media and event organizations at PDEA National Headquarters in Quezon City. Read more: PDEA DESTROYS Php 6.25 BILLION WORTH OF DANGEROUS DRUGS Increasing the number of health professionals likely to administer vaccines is an important step in a coordinated response to influenza pandemics. Given that pharmacies are already important providers of routine immunizations, they could significantly strengthen their role through immunization in the pandemic population. Coordination between public health and private sector pharmacies is essential to expand public access to immunization during the next influenza pandemic. Improved coordination ultimately saves lives by leveraging the strengths of all partners, leading to earlier and more widely available pandemic vaccination. Read more: JOINT PDEA, DDB, FDA MONITORING OF SALE OF CONTROLLED DRUGS, SUBSTANCES BOOST ANTI-DRUG DRIVE In order to quell the emerging trend of drug trafficking in the country with online delivery services and door applications, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) has signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOA) with the Lalamove Philippines, Incorporated and Lala App Corporation. An MOA between public health authorities and pharmacies helps pharmacies better serve their patients and customers and helps public health authorities reach the public more effectively. The Philippine Drug Agency (PDEA) adopted today (Thursday, October 15, 2020) in Integrated Waste Management, Inc. in Barangay Aguado, Trece Martires City, Cavite, six billion of two hundred and forty-five million seven hundred and forty-four years and 81/100 (Php 6,245,761,547.81) for the value of dangerous drugs.

The national anti-drug campaign has received a major boost thanks to the cooperation of the Philippine Enforcement Agency (PDEA), Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to regulate and monitor the sale and distribution of controlled and addictive drugs and substances.

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