A system combating prescription drug misuse, reducing mortality rates & creating better health outcomes.


Prescription drug addiction in Australia and elsewhere around the world is being labelled by the medical industry as “a national health emergency.”


0
High risk 'S8' drugs of dependence available.

0%
Increase Oxycodone prescriptions 2002 - 2009.


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Australians die from a drug overdose each day.

0%
of Drug overdose deaths are related to prescription drug misuse.

0.2 Million
Australians using drugs for non medicinal purposes annually.

$0 Million+
Worth of opoids funded under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme annually.

Introducing the Electronic Recording and Reporting of Controlled Drugs System (ERRCD).


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    Communicates dispensing of dangerous drugs.

    Communicates with pharmacies and hospitals to collect information on the dispensing of dangerous drugs.

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    Alerts health authorities

    Issues real-time information and alerts to health authorities when a patient is in potential danger, allowing them to intervene early.

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    Collects patient information

    Stores a full prescription and dispensing history against individual patient records.

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    Provides information for health professionals

    Provides patient data to health professionals to make informed decisions when issuing a prescription.


State Coroners reports, the Pharmacy Guild, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and the Australian Medical Association have recommended every state/territory health jurisdiction implement ERRCD to save lives from prescription drug misuse.


Australian states/territories who have chosen to implement ERRCD alongside medical industry recommendations.

Calls for ERRCD action in the media.