2003 / 09
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Everything is in place to ensure a smooth transition to new medicine dispensing rules from 1 October, says PHARMAC Chief Executive Wayne McNee. From 1 October most people will have the added convenience of having to visit the pharmacy less frequently.
More people will have access to subsidised medicines through an agreement to raise the pharmaceutical budget to $566 million in the 2003-04 financial year. Minister of Health Annette King has approved the pharmaceutical budget agreed between PHARMAC and District Health Boards.
Advertising Standards Complaints Board – Decision on complaint
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AWAP 02/06 – PHARMAC advertisement.
The Demand Side Manager position is a challenging and rewarding role. Reporting to the Manager, Demand Side, the role involves identifying and managing projects that improve the use of pharmaceuticals. It involves working on quality improvement initiatives as well as implementing major changes to the Pharmaceutical Schedule.
‘All-At-Once’ Dispensing Te Wa Kotahi From 1 October you may be able to pick up most of your prescriptions all-at-once. For all new prescriptions from 1 October you may be able to pick up most of your medicines…
Information telling people about the partial return to all-at-once (stat) dispensing is being distributed this week. The information will be in the form of posters and brochures distributed to doctors’ surgeries and pharmacies, while advertisements will also run in medical and general publications.
RESOURCE ORDER FORM STAT DISPENSING Resource A4 Stat List 50 page tear off patient information sheets Patient Information Brochures – English Patient Information Brochures – Samoan Patient Information Brochures – Tongan Poster – English Poster –Samoan Poster – Tongan Poster…
Board paper: Fiscal impact of direct to consumer advertising (DTCA)
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