Situation stable: 2015 UTS Pharmacy Barometer

UTS Pharmacy Barometer
From left: Patrick O'Neill, Senior Relationship Manager, Healthcare and Pharmacy, Bankwest Business; Prof Charlie Benrimoj, Head of Graduate School of Health, UTS; Mario Saia State Manager NSW/ACT, Bankwest Business; Sandeep Grover, Regional Manager, Commercial North West , Bankwest Business
More pharmacists are confident in the future viability of community-based pharmacy than they were 12 months ago, however the majority remain “neutral” about the future rather than optimistic, according to the 2015 UTS Pharmacy Barometer. THE FOCUS OF THE 2015 UTS Pharmacy Barometer was the recently signed Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement (6CPA), dispensing remuneration changes, discount on

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