Services, payments and programs if you’re a pharmacist.
Services, payments and programs
Information for health professionals about Disability Support Pension eligibility and the assessment process.
Get PBS and RPBS stationery from our website, using an order form or from the Camerons Group. The stationery is free for eligible prescribers and approved suppliers.
Approved suppliers can be an approved pharmacist, approved medical practitioner or approved hospital authority.
Department of Human Services can grant pharmacists approval to supply Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) subsidised items in accordance with section 90 of the National Health Act 1953.
Information for pharmacists to help their customers access the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) and PBS Safety Net
The Prescription Shopping Programme (PSP) helps prescribers check a patient’s prescribing history and make more informed prescribing decisions for their patient.
Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) education resources help you access and record information on the AIR.
Use our online business solutions to save you time and paperwork, and help you get payments faster.
Help with Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) billing and claiming.
Education resources to help you understand our health programs and do business with us.
Electronic management of health and health related information. It’s a safer, better quality, more equitable and sustainable health system for all Australians.
What you need to do to get set up with Medicare and more.
Learn about Incentive Programs to help you and your staff do business with us.
The Australian Government commissioned a review in response to claims Medicare card details were sold on the internet. The review has closed and we are now implementing the recommendations.
Learn about our health program payments and services to help improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians’ health outcomes.
We’re conducting a research project to find out how we can improve our website and improve our communication to you.
World First Aid Day is on 14 September this year. Are you up to date on your first aid training?
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