Productivity Commission backs prescribing pilots

State and territory governments are being urged to following NSW and Queensland in conducting pharmacist prescribing trials  Pharmacists’ and nurse practitioners’ skills are being underutilised, while GPs are performing tasks “well below the upper boundary of their capabilities”, the Productivity Commission believes.   The Five-year Productivity Inquiry: Advancing Prosperity report, released today, called for the

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