“Common sense” changes passed by Senate

The Senate has passed a bill of changes for pharmacists covering disaster processes, date of death entitlements The National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits) Bill 2016 was passed by the Senate on Monday 27 March, containing amendments to the National Health Act 1953 aimed at updating and supporting “the efficient operation” of the PBS. Put forward

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