Need for pharmacy reform ‘dire,’ says health economist

"rules" spelled out on corkboard
Australian community pharmacy is in “dire need of reform,” a prominent health economist has written. On today’s The Conversation, Philip Clarke, Professor of Health Economics at the University of Melbourne, writes that the ownership and location rules have “effectively prevented new entrants into the sector and created what economists call monopoly rents for existing pharmacy

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