Confused signals over shared electronic discharge medicines list trial

The federal Department of Health has poured cold water on claims by the Pharmacy Guild that a trial of a shared electronic discharge medicines list is about to begin.

Pharmacy Guild executive director David Quilty wrote in his editorial in the guild's Forefront newsletter recently that the trial was part of the $50 million Pharmacy Trial Program and would involve the use of a shared electronic discharge medicines list which can be reconciled by the patient's community pharmacy in collaboration with their GP.

Posted in Allied Health

Tags: Pharmacy Guild

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