Community pharmacists could save Australia $1.9B a year: study

Medication adherence intervention led by pharmacists shows improved adherence rates of nearly 10% over 12 months—or $1.9 billion in healthcare cost savings A new study has modelled estimated savings from a community pharmacist-led intervention combating medication non-adherence across three prevalent conditions. Research led by community pharmacist and PhD candidate Rachelle Cutler, from the Graduate School

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