These videos provide answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about generic medicines.
Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) is designed to inform consumers about prescription and pharmacist-only medicines. It carries information about medicines that is provided by pharmaceutical manufacturers.
CMI gives you important facts to know before, during and after taking your medicine.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is Australia’s regulatory authority for therapeutic goods. It performs a range of assessment and monitoring activities to ensure that the therapeutic goods available in Australia are of an acceptable standard with the aim of ensuring that the Australian community has access, within a reasonable time, to therapeutic advances.
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HealthInsite provides the latest information on Conditions and Diseases.
Medicare Australia is a dynamic, innovative and customer-focused organisation delivering Government health programmes to the Australian community.
Medicare is Australia’s publicly funded universal healthcare system, operated by the Government authority Medicare Australia. Medicare is intended to provide affordable treatment by doctors and in public hospitals for Australia residents.
The National Prescribing Service (NPS) enables people to make better decisions about medicines and medical tests, leading to better health and economic outcomes.
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The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) subsidises the cost of a wide range of prescription medicines. The aim is to meet medication and related service needs, so that both optimal health outcomes and economic objectives are achieved.
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