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The Government’s desire to control community pharmacy is starting to look dangerously Soviet, writes Peter Feros The Soviet era is long gone, but its spirit felt alive and well as …

The role of pharmacists must continue to evolve as Australia’s healthcare system undergoes modernising changes, Health Minister Sussan Ley told the Guild dinner at Parliament House in Canberra last night. …

Minister for Health Sussan Ley today confirmed the 17 types of common OTC medicines, including paracetamol and aspirin, that will no longer be subsidised as a prescription drug under the …

Health Minister Sussan Ley says patients with rare chronic myeloid leukaemia and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia now have affordable access to a life-changing medicine that would normally cost up to $66,500 …

Health Minister Sussan Ley has criticised pharmaceutical companies for dragging their feet on bringing new drugs to the Australian market and prioritising applying to lucrative markets overseas. “Australia has a …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has welcomed the release of the discussion paper ‘Better outcomes for people with chronic and complex health conditions through primary health care.’ Releasing the discussion …

Health Minister Sussan Ley is keen to see the results of the review into pharmacy remuneration and location rules, she told delegates to the PSA15 conference today. “I am sure …

With the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement signed and now operating, now’s the time to consider how to enhance the role of community pharmacies in the wider health system, Guild executive …

Health Minister Sussan Ley says consumers are the big winners from the Senate passing the PBS reform package, which she says will deliver cheaper medicines into the future and a …

Medicines Australia says it is “extremely disappointed” with a last-minute decision by Health Minister Sussan Ley to abandon a Strategic Agreement, which it says casts a shadow over the future …

More than 2000 brands of common medicines could be slashed in price, some by as much as 50%, from next year, Minister for Health Sussan Ley says under the Government’s proposed PBS package.

Australians will enjoy cheaper medicines, a more competitive pharmacy sector and greater investment in new medicines and patient support services, says Health Minister Sussan Ley following the announcement of the …