The critical points of the current distribution system and, in general, the need to intervene to ensure access to the patient’s central position and the right to health. The representative of the pharmaceutical companies has clearly demonstrated the prospect of a reform that shifts the axis of health in the territory, decongesting the hospitals. In particular, the management of chronic diseases must be reported to the territory, assigned to the local health units and this, as it turns out, implies consistent and consequent interventions in the field of organizing the distribution of drugs, which must be returned to the pharmacy. “Also through the use of Dpc”. It is therefore inevitable that we will resort to the pharmacy fee system, perhaps taking advantage of the opportunity represented by the renewal of the contractual agreement between pharmacies and the NHS, “Expiration for over twenty years, a fact that takes into account the many professional activities recently assigned to the pharmacist, which require, in addition to their consistent recognition, an adequate remuneration”.