‘A very effective way to help services to those currently being done by private pharmacists are the most accessible of all health professionals.‘Clearly, the accessibility of mental health services is an important issue that must be addressed,’ said Plunkett.
‘This program is very useful to ensure that there was coordination and communication between the consumer, the primary care team, the community mental health team including GPS, and health professionals in hospital,’ said Plunkett.
Mr. Plunkett said the report published today also shows that in 2009 nearly 300,000 patients in the high income received $ 146 million Medicare funded services, while half the number of available low-income group, $ 54 million in services.
In our plan, Medicare and the government will act as insurer of last resort.) on Tuesday.D. Meanwhile, the Medicare Rights Center Medicare HMOs with that observed drug coverage decreased by about 63 percent compared with 74 percent just 2 years ago.
The National President of the PSA, Warwick Plunkett, said that the proposal would see a pharmacist for each employee to improve local health services affordable for consumers with mental illness.
‘This program should reduce preventable medication errors and help control the costs of personal and health system medication errors.’
Plunkett has urged the government to take up the proposal of PSA for clear and long-term benefits that will provide the consumer and the health system.