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Research is continuing to determine the clinical and financial efficacy of MedsChecks, Department says, as it releases the latest figures on uptake of the Pain MedsCheck trial program The final …

Extension granted to allow time to recruit more patients as slow uptake hampers beginning of Chronic Pain MedsCheck trial The Department of Health has granted an additional two months of …

MedsCheck costs have almost doubled over the last two years, newly released data reveals The amount paid by the Federal Government in relation to claims made by pharmacists for the …

A literature review has found CP interventions are accessible and effective, but argues research should look into how GP pharmacists may impact these Community pharmacies are well located to deliver …

Government funding essential if pharmacy COPD screening is to be sustainable, as fears remain over charging patients   While a number of clinical trials have revealed the efficacy of pharmacist-led COPD …

A Federal Senator recently questioned whether MedsChecks represent pharmacists being paid for ‘doing their job’. Do you agree?  A Federal Senator questioned whether pharmacies should be remunerated for providing services …

Remuneration models, MedsChecks and CMI provision are on the Department’s agenda in the lead-up to the 7CPA, Senate hearing reveals Department of Health bureaucrats have revealed some of the government’s …

They are in some parts of the profession, according to the latest UTS Pharmacy Barometer This year’s Barometer initiative run by UTS, QuintilesIMS and Bankwest found the idea of professional services …