[Below is a press release regarding our inclusion in The Parliamentary Review.] 

The e-pharmacy service has been selected to feature in the prestigious magazine, that reaches half a million leading business executives and policy makers.

Online pharmacy service Treated.com is set to appear in The Parliamentary Review for 2019 as a Best Practice Representative in the field of healthcare and pharmaceuticals. 

The publication, founded in 2010 by The Rt Hon David Curry, is highly-regarded and covers specific topics such as healthcare, technology, education and transport. The Parliamentary Review shares best practice in each industry and the foreword for last year’s edition was written by then-Prime Minister Theresa May.

The healthcare edition, which has previously featured input from Teva and Patheon, is set to be released in September. This year’s Review features insight from Treated.com’s GP Clinical Lead Dr. Daniel Atkinson, who discusses how new technologies are moving the healthcare sector forward, as well as some of the challenges that remote healthcare providers face.

On the service’s inclusion, Dr. Daniel Atkinson said: “We’re very pleased to have been invited to participate in The Parliamentary Review as a Best Practice Representative. We are proud to lead the way in making consulting a more agile and interactive option. We strive to be at the forefront of the industry, utilising technology and innovation to help our patients.

Treated.com’s inclusion in this prestigious magazine is a true testament to the important role online providers play in modern healthcare.” 

This follows a successful Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection for the company in May 2019. Treated.com were among the first online clinics to receive a 'Good' rating in all areas, with the report finding that ‘there was a strong focus on continuous learning and improvement at all levels of the organisation’. 

On the ‘Good’ rating, Dr. Daniel Atkinson said, “By being registered with the CQC, and highlighting to our patients the important role regulators play in our practice, we hope to reduce the likelihood of patients turning to illicit and unregulated online providers.”

You can read more about The Parliamentary Review here.