ASL uptake lags as pharmacy printing costs soar

Australia’s rollout of paperless prescriptions is behind an increase in printing costs for community pharmacies  Electronic prescribing had been expected to reduce the health sector’s reliance on paper, but it hasn’t been the case for pharmacies, Vicki Ibrahim, the director of the Australian Digital Health Agency’s Medication Safety Program reveals.   Speaking at the Medication

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