Lockdown sees e-script boost

More than 400,000 original electronic scripts have now been created in Australia, driven by rapid uptake in Melbourne and Victoria over the past six weeks The volume of e-prescriptions being written in the country is “increasing exponentially”, said Andrew Matthews, Director of the Medicines Safety Program at the Australian Digital Health Agency (AHDA), during a

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