Adoption of technology-driven
“medication synchronization” by
community pharmacies resulted
in better adherence, increased
revenue, and overall business
improvement, according to five new
pharmacy case studies conducted
for the US National Community
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LEADING pharmacy, consumer and Federal agencies want to see better use of existing funding and leverage digital health resources to improve quality use of medicines, discussions at the Medicines Safety Forum in Canberra revealed.
THOUSANDS of General Practitioners will receive a letter in the coming days from the Department of Health (DoH) aimed at cutting inappropriate prescribing of psychotrophic medicines, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners’ (RACGP’s) newsGP revealed.