ACCC Proposes to Renew AMA Authorisation that Benefits Patients, GPs, and General Practice
The ACCC has today released a draft decision to renew for another 10 years the AMA’s existing authorisation that protects AMA member and non-member GPs from action under the Competition and Consumer Act (2010).
AMA President, Dr Michael Gannon, said that the AMA welcomes the ACCC’s draft decision, which is now subject to a further period of consultation.
“The authorisation, which is very important for GPs, has a long history,” Dr Gannon said.
“AMA advocacy on this matter has provided significant benefits for GPs.
Published: 06 Dec 2017