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The AMA has called for a lift on the freeze on medical rebates for pathology services… and taken a swipe at services available through pharmacy …

Absence from work certificates from pharmacists are being blamed for a rise in “sickies” The ABC’s Radio National Breakfast has reported that small businesses are …

NSW “desperately” needs a real-time monitoring tool, according to a leading GP Professor Charlotte Hespe, Chair of RACGP NSW and ACT, has told newsGP that …

A doctor who asked a patient to pretend to have firearms to sell to another patient has been disqualified from applying for registration for six …

APP2019 might be over, but the pharmacy sector didn’t slow down, with a big week in industrial relations and other business matters Workers at three …

A GP has been reprimanded and his registration suspended for six months after providing medical care to close family in avoidable circumstances The Medical Board …

All eyes were on the Gold Coast this week, as more than 6,000 pharmacists and industry players headed to the Australian Pharmacy Professional conference The …

AMA president Dr Tony Bartone has slammed a strategic partnership between Bupa and TerryWhite Chemmart as “outrageous” Under the partnership, which is set to launch …

Inter-professional collaboration, inadequate management of S8s and the movement of key industry figures all made the news this week… Another stakeholder body lost a key …

Online platforms are partnering with GPs and pharmacies to allow rural and remote patients – and those looking for convenience or immediacy – to connect …

Queensland’s updated legislation on mandatory reporting has passed, but doctors have expressed concern The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018 …

Chris Freeman looks at why medical practitioners and pharmacists need to collaborate, not skirmish “Coming together is a beginning; Keeping together is progress; Working together …