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It’s so valuable that the Health Minister intervened to save it… but are pharmacies still using MedsASSIST? The Guild planned to wind up MedsASSIST in March 2017, saying it would …

Health Minister Greg Hunt has highlighted a number of new drugs to gain PBS listing The new listings are worth $142 million, Mr Hunt says. Vorinostat (Zolinza) will be available …

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt will officially open PSA17 PSA National President-elect Dr Shane Jackson says he is delighted to confirm Mr Hunt will open PSA17 as a keynote speaker …

We take a look back at the week in pharmacy Over the weekend, Valium 5mg in blister packs of 50 tablets was recalled due to tampering, in a case which …

Minister tells AMA that pharmacy is crucial to Australia’s health care and that dispensary reform is key Pharmacy sits as one of the four pillars of healthcare, Federal Health Minister …

Health Minister Greg Hunt has taken to Forefront to update pharmacists on the government’s Budget agreement with the Pharmacy Guild His message follows on from his address at the APP …

The Health Minister is expected to follow through with promised 6CPA funding for community pharmacy programs After Minister Greg Hunt announced at APP 2017 that the government was working “very …

The Health Minister is reportedly finalising agreements with the Pharmacy Guild and Medicines Australia over funding, drug costs According to media reports Health Minister Greg Hunt is closing an agreement …

Health Minister Greg Hunt is expected to announce additional funding to get a mandatory national real-time recording system up and running by the end of the year According to media …

Health Minister Greg Hunt is expected to announce additional funding to get a national real-time recording system for drugs of dependence up and running by Christmas Media reports have revealed …

Pharmacists share their top concerns about the upcoming schedule change in an AJP poll Readers were asked what they were most worried about once codeine-containing analgesics go prescription-only in February …

It’s been a difficult week for pharmacy, even for those who were able to stay dry As Cyclone Debbie raged in Queensland and northern NSW, the eyes of the pharmacy …