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Daylight Savings Time (DST) begins this
commonly located in the bottom right hand corner of month and we remind the effected states
the windows desktop screen) then advancing the to adjust their computer clocks forward by
clock forward by one hour. one hour on the following date:
It is important that you make sure that you set theclock to the correct and appropriate AM or PM time.
ACT, NSW, SA, Tas, Vic –
Sunday 3 October
Choosing the incorrect AM or PM will affect workload 2010, 2.00am (EST)
statistics reports. The majority of our sites using computers with thewindows operating system will be automatically This also serves as a reminder to our WA, Qld and NT prompted to adjust their computer's clock. To do this sites of the extra hour time difference when requiring you exit to the dos prompt and type TIME and then support from us. press the <ENTER> key. Set the time forward by onehour. Fred Help hours will be as follows:
• 8:30am to 9:00pm (DST) Monday to Friday Alternatively, this could be done from the windowsdesktop (icons screen) by double clicking on the • 8:30am to 5:00pm (DST) Saturday, Sunday and digital time clock found in the "system tray", (this is S100 Complex Authority Required
items (CAR)

While a patient is being treated in a public
Ensure the CAR PBS code is selected for any CAR scripts hospital, his/her hospital doctor may apply for
you dispense.
approval of a Complex Authority Required
prescription. Once the prescription is

Advice of Complex Authority Required items
approved it is then mailed to the discharged
(CAR) Claiming Issue
During the month of October ONLY, these new items will be These CAR prescriptions are stamped as a "Public rejected by PBS Online regardless of which PBS code is Hospital Item" with the relevant public hospital PBS code selected by the pharmacist. recorded on the script. The rejection code will be: 149 - This item cannot be The patient is then able to have the script filled either at a supplied by your type of pharmacy.
public hospital pharmacy or at his/her local pharmacy.
The paper prescriptions must be submitted manually during This month Fred Dispense has been updated to include October and will be paid by Medicare Australia via a these new PBS Code listings. manual adjustment.
Items listed with both a ‘community' PBS code and a Commencing 1 November 2010, these prescriptions will be ‘public hospital' PBS code will be shown twice in the drug available via the normal PBS Online payment method.
selection screen – once for each PBS code. The‘community' PBS code will be listed first, followed by thenew CAR PBS code.
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Are you a Section 94
Private Hospital Pharmacy?

On 1st October 2010 PBS remuneration changes will come into effect for Section 94 Private
Hospital Pharmacies only.

In order for Fred Dispense to be activated to cater for these changes, Fred Dispense will ask hospital sites whether theyare a Section 94 Hospital Pharmacy, after running next month's update.
The answer to this question will be required to activate the new pricing arrangements for section 94 hospital pharmacies.
Please ensure that all of your staff are made aware of whether or not you are a Section 94 Private Hospital Pharmacy sothat they can correctly answer this question when prompted.
For further information please visit the following link on the Fred Help Centre: Fred Launches "Skills Training"
Fred Health is pleased to announce the launch of a NEW Fred Help Centre area called
"Skills Training".

As you would know, most of the existing Fred Help Centre is focussed on Fred products and services offeringmanuals, documents, news, articles, forums, knowledgebase wikis and tutorials about these. However this newsection is for general skills training including Inventory Control, Merchandising, Promotions, Customer ServiceSkills, Handling Customer Complaints and much, much more! These Online Short Courses offer the ability to upskill new and existing staff in critical retail areas. Informationpresented in these Short Courses has been obtained from Industry Experts and Market Research of our veryown Fred customers – making it relevant to you.
For more information about Skills Training go to the following link: UPSKILL & WIN!
To celebrate the launch of Skills
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With nearly 3,000 pharmacies and 7,000
doctors using eRx nationally, progress is
continuing at a great rate.

Over the last few months there have been a number ofrecurring questions we are regularly asked, so here are acouple of key ones: When will the ePrescribing billing system for
Which barcode should I use for my own
the eScript payments start?
It is planned that October will see the start of the billing When dispensing your own repeats, you can scan either process. In the next few weeks we will send you an email the eRx or own repeat barcode or you can enter the own reminding you how the process works for claiming the repeat code, whichever you are most comfortable with.
eScript incentive payment from Medicare as well as the Whichever you choose to use, the incentive payment will eRx payment process. Shortly following that, you will still be available for eligible scripts.
receive your first claim form, invoice and eScript reports. Ifyou have any questions, please contact us at Should you have any issues, questions or even some positive anecdotes, please don't hesitate to contact us at meantime, continue completing your PBS claims as usual.
Fred at PAC10
Visit the Fred team on stand 57 & 58 at
Pharmacy Australia Congress
on the 28-31
October 2010 to view a Fred Office demonstration
with our new Fred Mobility wireless technology,
and you could win a Xbox 360 Console.
eRx Script Exchange will be demonstrating theelectronic prescription process with Fred Dispenseon stand number 63 & 64.
PBS Changes Effective October 2010
We have enclosed in this newsletter a summary of the important changes for your convenience.
accessed via the Fred Dispense Help Menu. This page enables you to search by the drug name in
the schedule immediately.

Following are amendments that do not appear, or are not fully covered, in the Schedule of Pharmaceutical BenefitsSummary of Changes.
The following manufacturer's details have been amended in the Index of Manufacturers' codes section of the PBS Schedule.
Ferring Pharmaceuticals Pty Ltd The following manufacturer's details have been removed from the Index of Manufacturers' codes section of the PBSSchedule.
Pharmacia & Upjohn Pty Limited A Fred IT Group Company PHARMACEUTICAL BENEFITS
These changes to the Schedule of Pharmaceutical Benefits are effective from 1 October 2010. The Schedule
is updated on the first day of each month and is available on the Internet at www.pbs.gov.au.
Fees, Patient Contributions and Safety Net Thresholds
The following fees, patient contributions and safety net thresholds apply as at 1 October 2010 and are included, where applicable, in prices published in the Schedule— Dispensing Fees: Dangerous drug fee Allowable additional patient charge* Additional Fees (for safety net prices): Patient Co-payments: Safety Net Thresholds: Safety Net Card Issue Fee: *The allowable additional patient charge is a discretionary charge to general patients if a pharmaceutical item has a dispensed price for maximum quantity less than the general patient co-payment. The pharmacist may charge general patients the allowable additional fee but the fee cannot take the cost of the prescription above the general patient co-payment for the medicine. This fee does not count towards the Safety Net threshold. SUMMARY OF CHANGES
ADDITIONS
Additions — Items (see under 'RESTRICTIONS' and /or 'NOTES' below for full details of items where a restriction and/or note applies) Eletriptan, Tablet 40 mg (as hydrobromide) (Relpax)
Eletriptan, Tablet 80 mg (as hydrobromide) (Relpax)
Additions — Brands Amoxycillin/ Clavulanic Acid 500/125 generichealth, GQAmoxycillin with clavulanic acid, Tablet
500 mg-125 mg
Amoxycillin/ Clavulanic Acid 500/125 generichealth, GQAmoxycillin with clavulanic acid, Tablet
500 mg-125 mg (Dental)
Amoxycillin/ Clavulanic Acid 875/125 generichealth, GQAmoxycillin with clavulanic acid, Tablet
875 mg-125 mg
Amoxycillin/ Clavulanic Acid 875/125 generichealth, GQAmoxycillin with clavulanic acid, Tablet
875 mg-125 mg (Dental)
APO-Lamotrigine, TXLamotrigine, Tablet 50 mg
APO-Memantine, TX Memantine hydrochloride, Tablet 10 mg
Glucohexal, HXMetformin hydrochloride, Tablet 1 g
Glucohexal, HXMetformin hydrochloride, Tablet 500 mg
Glucohexal, HXMetformin hydrochloride, Tablet 850 mg
Omeprazole generichealth, GQ Omeprazole, Tablet 20 mg
Omeprazole generichealth, GQ Omeprazole, Tablet 20 mg (Diff. Max. Rpts)
Pantofast 20, RZ; Pantoprazole generichealth, GQ Pantoprazole sodium sesquihydrate, Tablet
(enteric coated), equivalent to 20 mg pantoprazole
Pantofast 40, RZ; Pantoprazole generichealth, GQ Pantoprazole sodium sesquihydrate, Tablet
(enteric coated), equivalent to 40 mg pantoprazole
Pantofast 40, RZ; Pantoprazole generichealth, GQ Pantoprazole sodium sesquihydrate, Tablet
(enteric coated), equivalent to 40 mg pantoprazole (Diff. Max. Rpts)
Rantidine Sandoz, SZ Ranitidine hydrochloride, Tablet 300 mg (base)
Terbinafine-DRLA, RZTerbinafine, Tablet 250 mg (as hydrochloride)
Terbinafine-DRLA, RZTerbinafine, Tablet 250 mg (as hydrochloride) (Diff. Max. Rpts)
DELETIONS
Deletions — Brands Lisinobell, BF Lisinopril, Tablet 5 mg
Lisinobell, BFLisinopril, Tablet 10 mg
Lisinobell, BFLisinopril, Tablet 20 mg
Metforbell, BFMetformin hydrochloride, Tablet 500 mg
Metforbell, BFMetformin hydrochloride, Tablet 850 mg
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 5 mg
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 5 mg (Diff. Max. Rpts)
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 10 mg
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 10 mg (Diff. Max. Rpts)
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 20 mg
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 20 mg (Diff. Max. Rpts)
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 40 mg
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 40 mg (Diff. Max. Rpts)
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 80 mg
Simvabell, BFSimvastatin, Tablet 80 mg (Diff. Max. Rpts)
Terbinafine-DP, GNTerbinafine, Tablet 250 mg (as hydrochloride)
Terbinafine-DP, GNTerbinafine, Tablet 250 mg (as hydrochloride) (Diff. Max. Rpts)
ALTERATIONS
Alterations — Item Description Pioglitazone hydrochloride, Tablet 15 mg (base) (Actos)
Pioglitazone, Tablet 15 mg (as hydrochloride) (Actos)
Pioglitazone hydrochloride, Tablet 30 mg (base) (Actos)
Pioglitazone, Tablet 30 mg (as hydrochloride) (Actos)
Pioglitazone hydrochloride, Tablet 45 mg (base) (Actos)
Pioglitazone, Tablet 45 mg (as hydrochloride) (Actos)
Rosiglitazone maleate, Tablet 4 mg (base) (Avandia)
Rosiglitazone, Tablet 4 mg (as maleate) (Avandia)
Rosiglitazone maleate, Tablet 8 mg (base) (Avandia)
Rosiglitazone, Tablet 8 mg (as maleate) (Avandia)
Rosiglitazone maleate with metformin hydrochloride, Tablet 2 mg (base)-500 mg (Avandamet)
Rosiglitazone with metformin, Tablet containing 2 mg rosiglitazone (as maleate) with 500 mg
metformin hydrochloride (Avandamet)
Rosiglitazone maleate with metformin hydrochloride, Tablet 2 mg (base)-1 g (Avandamet)
Rosiglitazone with metformin, Tablet containing 2 mg rosiglitazone (as maleate) with 1 g metformin
hydrochloride (Avandamet) Rosiglitazone maleate with metformin hydrochloride, Tablet 4 mg (base)-500 mg (Avandamet)
Rosiglitazone with metformin, Tablet containing 4 mg rosiglitazone (as maleate) with 500 mg
metformin hydrochloride (Avandamet)
Rosiglitazone maleate with metformin hydrochloride, Tablet 4 mg (base)-1 g (Avandamet)
Rosiglitazone with metformin, Tablet containing 4 mg rosiglitazone (as maleate) with 1 g metformin
hydrochloride (Avandamet)
Sitagliptin with metformin hydrochloride, Tablet 50 mg (as phosphate monohydrate)-500 mg (Janumet)
Sitagliptin with metformin, Tablet containing 50 mg sitagliptin (as phosphate monohydrate) with 500
mg metformin hydrochloride (Janumet)
Sitagliptin with metformin hydrochloride, Tablet 50 mg (as phosphate monohydrate)-850 mg (Janumet)
Sitagliptin with metformin, Tablet containing 50 mg sitagliptin (as phosphate monohydrate) with 850
mg metformin hydrochloride (Janumet)
Sitagliptin with metformin hydrochloride, Tablet 50 mg (as phosphate monohydrate)-1000 mg (Janumet)
Sitagliptin with metformin, Tablet containing 50 mg sitagliptin (as phosphate monohydrate) with 1000
mg metformin hydrochloride (Janumet)
SECTION 100 — HIGHLY SPECIALISED DRUGS PROGRAM
Alterations — Item Description Ganciclovir sodium, Powder for I.V. infusion equivalent to 500 mg ganciclovir (Cymevene)
Ganciclovir, Powder for I.V. infusion 500 mg (as sodium) (Cymevene)
SECTION 100 — OPIATE DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM
Alterations — Item Description Buprenorphine hydrochloride, Sublingual tablet 2 mg (base) (Subutex)
Buprenorphine, Tablet (sublingual) 2 mg (as hydrochloride) (Subutex)
Buprenorphine hydrochloride, Sublingual tablet 400 micrograms (base) (Subutex)
Buprenorphine, Tablet (sublingual) 400 micrograms (as hydrochloride) (Subutex)
Buprenorphine hydrochloride, Sublingual tablet 8 mg (base) (Subutex)
Buprenorphine, Tablet (sublingual) 8 mg (as hydrochloride) (Subutex)
Buprenorphine hydrochloride with naloxone hydrochloride, Sublingual tablet 2 mg (base)-0.5 mg
(base) (Suboxone) Buprenorphine with naloxone, Tablet (sublingual) 2 mg (as hydrochloride)-0.5 mg (as hydrochloride)
(Suboxone)
Buprenorphine hydrochloride with naloxone hydrochloride, Sublingual tablet 8 mg (base)-2 mg
(base) (Suboxone) Buprenorphine with naloxone, Tablet (sublingual) 8 mg (as hydrochloride)-2 mg (as hydrochloride)
(Suboxone)








MONTHLY UPDATE PROCEDURE FOR Please tick ✓ and initial when step is completed > PERFORMING A BACKUP A backup must be performed before running the Fred Dispense Monthly update. The pre-update backup takes a copy of the Fred Dispense data andprograms before you upgrade to a later version. It is recommended that this backup is taken away from the pharmacy and stored off-site. It is recommended that you perform the backup after receiving the update notification email or before running Step 3 for the program update.
Please tick ✓ and initial when step is completed > DOWNLOAD UPDATE USING FRED CONNECT (Comm Server)
Within 24 hours of receiving the Monthly Update Email Fred Connect (Comm Server) automatically downloads the
Fred Dispense Update.

Alternatively you can use Fred Connect (Comm Server) to download the update manually 1. Right click on the Fred Connect icon
3. Left click on the Select Program Updates to
4. The Fred Connect (Comm Server) program will
found in the system tray and left Download button. A window will appear switch to the Downloads tab where the update showing the list of updates available. Scroll to download progress is shown. At this time you the bottom of the list and tick the box next to may wish to wait until the download the update required. Left click the Download completes. Alternatively Fred Connect (Comm Selected Updates button to begin Server) can be sent back to the system tray by downloading the update.
left clicking on the cross on the top right handside of the window. The update will continue to 2. Left click on the Plugins Tab then left click
download and dispensing can continue.
on the Utility Configuration Tab Please tick ✓ and initial when step is completed > RUNNING THE PROGRAM UPDATE The next time the Fred Dispense program is re-opened after the update has
downloaded; a prompt will appear to run the program update. At this point Fred
Dispense and Fred Connect (Comm Server) should be exited on all computers.

1. Close Fred Dispense on all computers using <ALT + X>
2. Close Fred Connect (Comm Server) by right clicking the Fred Connect icon
in the system tray and choosing STOP.
You can then choose YES to the prompt to run the program update.
You DO NOT need to wait until the end of the month to run the Program Update step.

Please tick ✓ and initial when step is completed > RUNNING THE DRUG UPDATE This step is to be run after close of trade on the last trading day of the month.
1. Exit Fred Dispense and Fred Connect
2. Left click on the Windows Start Menu and
(Comm Server) on all computers choose Programs, Fred, Fred Dispense,Drug Update.
3. After performing the drug update
Fred Dispense will run with new Drug details
and prices. This can be checked by pressing
<F7> Quick Drug Price lookup from
Fred Dispense and typing TEST <ENTER>
to check if the current month's Test Drug is
displayed at the top of the screen.
If you are not receiving the monthly update notification email, make sure Fred Health has your current email address.
To advise us of any change to your email address please call Fred Help on 1300 731 888 or email

Source: https://help.fredhealth.com.au/media/p/4461/download.aspx

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