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.”

High risk 'S8' drugs of dependence available.

Increase Oxycodone prescriptions 2002 - 2009.

Australians die from a drug overdose each day.

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.