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Pharmacists should be grabbing opportunities to positively impact on the health of patients with both hands, write Dr Shane Jackson and Dr Chris Freeman Dr …

Government needs to spell out the detail around Budget e-script announcement, Guild says Pharmacy stakeholders are as yet unaware of concrete plans to help the …

Here’s a summary of what you need to know about the tax landscape in the wake of the 2018 Federal Budget, by Victoria Le from …

Budget backs Minister’s APP comments on seeking a solution to pharmacy’s high-cost medicine dilemma The 2018-19 Federal Budget, delivered last night by Treasurer Scott Morrison …

A continuation of existing pharmacy location rule provisions is among the 2017 Budget amendments tabled in Parliament this week The measures are part of the National …

What are the business implications of the 2017 Federal Budget? Peter Bembrick of HLB Mann Judd explains some key changes  Instant write-off The Government confirmed …

Questions over use of taxpayer funds to compensate pharmacy, as department admits script shortfall “a lot more” than $200 million budgeted for relief  Australia Greens …

Our profession cannot afford to stand still, writes Joe Demarte PSA is acutely aware that for our profession to flourish in the future, we need to …

Compensation for community pharmacy losses, due to the Medicines Australia Strategic Agreement, are promised to be delivered in the final two years of the 6CPA …

Health Minister Greg Hunt has earned praise from doctors’ groups for the “well overdue” move, which will be staggered over four years at a cost of …

Pre-Budget media revelations may not be all that they seem What is being described as “one of the most comprehensive pre-Budget leaks ever” has revealed …

In its 2017-18 pre-Budget submission, the hospital pharmacy group also threw its support behind pharmacists in general practice, removal of HMR caps, after-hours funding and …