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PSA national president Joe Demarte is set to discuss the implications of the Pharmacy Remuneration and Reform Review  February 2017 is an important month for PSA as the Remuneration and …

A Fairfax article detailing the Pharmacy Guild’s efforts to solve the risk share funding dispute with the Turnbull Government has had stakeholders talking on the weekend. “The country’s powerful pharmacy …

The Guild has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement that remuneration for dispensing medicines under the Remote Area Aboriginal Health Service Program will be adjusted to be equivalent to the PBS …

The federal government is confident agreement will be reached with pharmacists over risk sharing arrangements, the Prime Minister believes. Speaking in Canberra last night at the Pharmacy Guild’s annual Parliament …

The recently published UTS Barometer 2016 asked pharmacists whether the remuneration system needs to change An annual UTS and Bankwest-led initiative used to track pharmacy sector confidence, the Barometer asked …

The designer of RxMedChart calls for accurate medication profiles and appropriate remuneration for pharmacists Webstercare’s submission to the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation says it hopes the outcome of …

Who or what is responsible for the decrease in pharmacy wages? We take a look at the issue from all angles Recently we covered the dissatisfaction that employee pharmacists are …

Participants posed some tough questions about pharmacy pay and restrictions, but what did the panel have to say? Chair of the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation, Professor Stephen King, …

Debate over pharmacist remuneration is welcome, says Guild executive director David Quilty The current debate over the future of the profession is a debate that we had to have – …

Pharmacy needs to remove roadblocks such as the schedule of some medicines in order to pave the way for Terry White member success, says the group’s CEO, Anthony White. Funding …

Two days ago, we reported on the PSA16 panel session examining pay rates for pharmacists, which PSA CEO Lance Emerson called “the single largest issue facing the profession in community …

PSA16’s panel discussion on improving pharmacists’ remuneration acknowledged widespread concerns in the industry Employees are worried about pharmacist wages, said PSA CEO Dr Lance Emerson in opening the panel discussion …