pbsEZ aims to save money by giving an easy way to search the government funded PBS list for prescribed medications.
We're fortunate, in Australia, to have a lot of medication government subsidised.
Whilst the government already has a very good site for the PBS list, it's designed more for the use of health professionals than those getting prescriptions filled.
We decided to provide a more simplified version to assist people with differing abilities.
Important to remember this should be used only as for a discussion point with a qualified medical professional.
pbsEZ has been designed for ease of use
live link to the government health PBS data
puts you in control to search & learn about your own medication
Provides opportunity to view if your medication is on the list, before getting a script filled. This gives you the opportunity to discuss a subsidised equivalent (on the list) with your health professional.
This is an EZ product which means it has extra benefits. click here to learn more about the EZ range
Requires internet connection
A setup for eligibility groups to make searches more relevant
Scheduled for release 29 February 2020
Whilst the government one is very good, it is designed more for medical professionals. pbsEZ is a more simplified version styled for people with differing abilities
It is free like all DFI products & always will be
The data comes from the Governnment PBS site, with authorisation.
No. This does not guarantee that the medication is free, nor that you qualify
The main benefit is it puts you in control to check your medication before a script is filled
check with a medical professional, such as doctor, pharmacist, dentist, etc to discuss your eligibility
Yes. We will provide this a pbsEZ setup for those who wish to take advantage of that
We recommend you discuss more with a health professional to see if there is an equivalent type of medication which would suit you which is on the list & for your eligibility
After a person we knew got a $2,000 pharmacy bill we learnt why. The Pharmacist said that the doctor had presribed medication which was not on the PBS list, despite their being alternatives which were. We were asked to create a tool to help people check themselves