THE Government has committed
to provide $11 million over five years
for the expanded Medicare Healthy
Kids Check, to give parents the option
of talking to a medical professional
about health and wellbeing issues
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THE Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s approach to politics is “non-partisan and focused on aligning the mutual interests of its community pharmacy members with those of the government, which is tasked with representing the interests of consumers,” says Guild executive director David Quilty writing in Forefront this week.
CHANGES to Australia’s Data Breach Notification Laws which became effective last month have significant implications for Australian pharmacy businesses, according to Giuseppe Carollo from pharmacy insurance specialist Carollo Horton.