Medicine, including cancer treatments, that are widely available in England could be made available in Guernsey following a public meeting tonight.
Islanders are being asked whether drugs approved by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in England should automatically be available in Guernsey.
At the moment, funding is considered on a case by case basis, meaning some have faced delays and even refusal of funded treatment which is available in Jersey and on the NHS in England.
The workshop, ran by Solutions for Public Health, are looking for islanders' views on making all NICE approved treatments available and which medicines to prioritise.
The workshop is happening tonight 5:30pm to 8:00pm in the Harry Bound Room, Les Cotils.