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Patients who attend a discount pharmacy are more likely to have a poorer perception of its service standards and are less likely to adhere to their medicines, new research suggests …

Community pharmacy needs to learn from, and correct, its past mistakes if it is to remain competitive, say Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour One of us had a school friend …

Symbion hits back at media claims of price gouging, while the Guild’s George Tambassis reminds pharmacists that the sector is under the spotlight thanks to the novel coronavirus TerryWhite Chemmart …

Do you know what your pharmacy is worth? Frank Sirianni explains why it’s important when contemplating a sale Continuing our practice4sale series, Frank Sirianni provides a second tip on how …

Let your patients with asthma know about lower-price options if you want to improve compliance Pharmacists have an important role to play in improving medication adherence among patients with asthma, …

How hard discounters win by more than just lowest prices? Bruce Annabel investigates Hard discounters dominate a market through offering lowest prices by having the lowest cost structure. That doesn’t …

A diminishing pharmacy workforce has been an unintended consequence of weighted average price disclosure, writes Peter Feros Government coffers have swollen by billions of pharmacy rebate dollars via the Weighted …

The impact of price disclosure has been again confirmed by Department of Health data forecasting falling PBS expenditure   The latest figures reveal Government spending on the PBS is forecast …

A whopping 83% of Australians prefer to buy their medicines from a pharmacy rather than a supermarket, according to Canstar Blue – but the top thing they want from pharmacy …