Public consultation on items to be considered by the PBAC (March 2023)

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Closes 25 Jan 2023

Privacy and consent

Privacy Information

Your personal information is protected by law, including the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs), and is being collected by the Department, via Citizen Space, for the purposes of conducting a consultation process in relation to an application submitted to the Office of HTA. The Department will collect your personal information at the time that you provide a submission.

To protect privacy, do not include identifying personal or sensitive information about another individual (third party).

More information about privacy

You can obtain a copy of the Department’s privacy policy by contacting the Department using the contact details set out below.  The Department’s privacy policy contains information about:

  • how you may access the personal information the Department holds about you and how you can seek correction of it; and
  • how you may complain about a breach of
    • the APPs; or
    • a registered APP code that binds the Department; and
  • how the Department has dealt with such a complaint.

You can contact the Department by telephone on (02) 6289 1555 or free call 1800 020 103 or by using the online enquiries form at www.health.gov.au.

How your input will be used
  • All input from individuals will be made available in summary form to the sponsor of the application and the PBAC. 
  • No identifying information about individuals or third parties will be included in the summary. This type of information will be removed by the Department.
  • The PBAC may also have access to de-identified individual responses.
  • All input from groups or organisations will be provided in full to both the PBAC and its subcommittees and the sponsor of the medicine. Any identifying information relating to third parties detected will be removed prior to distribution.
  • In addition, all input received will be noted in the relevant Public Summary Document. Public Summary Documents are available approximately four (4) months after the PBAC meeting and outline the PBAC discussion and advice. See the PBAC calendar for publication dates.

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