Medicare Statistics

Requested PBS & RPBS Items processed from July 2014 to June 2015


  State Total
NSW VIC QLD SA WA TAS ACT NT
Services Services Services Services Services Services Services Services Services
Item Scheme 187,900 146,989 141,386 49,755 66,211 24,013 9,456 2,394 628,104
2355Y PBS
RPBS 6,224 3,565 6,627 1,415 2,057 800 433 74 21,195
Total 194,124 150,554 148,013 51,170 68,268 24,813 9,889 2,468 649,299


Important Information

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  • The figures reported relate to the value (benefit) or volume (services) of PBS and RPBS services that have been processed by Services Australia. They refer only to paid services processed from claims presented by approved pharmacies. They do not include any adjustments made against pharmacists' claims, any manually paid claims or any benefits paid as a result of retrospective entitlement or refund of patient contributions.
  • State/Territory is determined according to the address of the pharmacy supplying the item.
  • Month is determined by the date the service was processed by Services Australia, not the date of prescribing or the date of supply by the pharmacy.
  • Monthly figures may vary due to the varying number of processing days in a month, which depends on the number of days in the month, public holidays, overtime worked etc.
  • A financial year is 1 July to 30 June.
  • Instructions on how to download the statistics into a spreadsheet are contained in Downloading Statistical Information.

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Last updated: 25 May 2020

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