Doctors referred to medical board over prescription-shopper death

Real-time script-tracking scheme must be mandatory: coroner

A coroner says all doctors should be forced to use the planned national real-time prescription monitoring scheme before prescribing S8 drugs, following the death of a patient that has seen a GP and an after-hours doctor referred to the Medical Council of NSW.


Alissa Campbell, 26, saw 13 different doctors in the six months before she died in July 2015 from codeine and doxepin toxicity.

Her two long-term GPs, Dr Bing Foo and Dr Aishah Moore, were commended at the NSW inquest for their care of a complex patient, whose history included sciatic