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Research from the University of Canberra and ACT Health highlights the value that consumer leaders can bring to mental health services planning—although this has historically been met with resistance or tokenism, says Australian Health Review (AHR) chief...

Behind much of the work being undertaken in Australia to improve the efficiency of our health services, and the quality of care they provide, is better use of linked data. This is highlighted in the August 2017 edition of Australian Health Review (AHR)...

The June 2017 edition of Australian Health Review (AHR) is one for health system aficionados with an interest in unravelling various economic, workforce, treatment and system interactions, says the AHR ’s chief editor, Professor Gary Day. AHR is the...

Contemporary issues in patient-centred care, and the efficiency and effectiveness of various care systems, are the two common threads in the April 2017 edition of Australian Health Review ( AHR ) according to the AHR’s chief editor, Professor Gary Day...

An article published in the AHHA’s peer-reviewed academic journal, Australian Health Review (AHR), has prompted Senators in the federal Parliament to question how decisions are made in Australia on subsidising treatments for rare diseases. The line of...

Contributors have ‘rattled a few health and health services cages’ in the latest edition of Australian Health Review ( AHR ), says the AHR’s chief editor, Professor Gary Day. AHR is the Australian Healthcare and Hospital Association’s peer-reviewed...

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