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Opposition leader Bill Shorten has signalled long-term certainty for the future of community pharmacy, and promised 7CPA preparations will start “early on” if Labor is …

Recently released data shows the level of travel expenses accrued by Department of Health officials, and by leading health political figures As reported in pharmaceutical …

The Health Minister has signalled there may be potential for some amendments on price disclosure, says community pharmacist insider Community pharmacist and owner of an …

“The majority of owners want to pay their staff more”: What are the Guild’s objectives for the 7th Community Pharmacy Agreement? What do rank and …

Will the change in leadership bring a change in health policy? Stakeholders have welcomed the new PM and re-appointment of Greg Hunt as Health Minister …

After a whirlwind week in politics, Greg Hunt has managed to hold onto the Health portfolio Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced his new ministry on …

A new day, a new Prime Minister – and a potential Cabinet reshuffle with it. AJP is wondering who your choice would be for Health …

Patients are avoiding or delaying filling a prescription because of cost, says MP Emma McBride Labor has slammed the government’s health budget, with Central Coast …

In a highly anticipated move, Health Minister Greg Hunt today announced the Federal Government has released its response to the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and …

We’re now into the second half of the five-year CPA cycle, so what’s the time frame for the seventh iteration of the Guild-Government agreement?  In …

Senate committee pharmacy grants claims were confused, PSA president clarifies  Both questions from Senators and responses from Department of Health officials at a recent Senate …

Major government investments in pharmacy come under question in federal parliament A couple of key pharmacy funding programs have been raised in recent Senate estimates …