MedsASSIST on track to monitor codeine sales: Quilty

codeine tablets, glass of water
The real-time monitoring system for over-the-counter codeine-containing products, MedsASSIST – informing medicine decisions, is progressing well, David Quilty writes in this week’s edition of Forefront. User testing of the prototype has already taken place in December, involving around 30 pharmacies in the Newcastle, NSW area, he says. “Modifications to the prototype have been incorporated and

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