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When faced with structural or broad policy change most parts of Australia’s health system tend to focus on what it will mean for them, rather than taking a comprehensive view, according to findings released today by the Australian Healthcare and...

The Federal Government’s recent Budget proposal to introduce a $7 co‑payment for doctor visits, pathology tests and diagnostic imagining will have the most significant impact on disadvantaged and vulnerable Australians. This is the finding of research to...

Princess Alexandra Hospital in Queensland has doubled the number of Emergency Department (ED) patients discharged within four hours, according to a report published in the latest issue of the AHHA’s peer-reviewed journal, The Australian Health Review ...

The ‘working together’ model of care, linking practitioners with cultural knowledge is making waves in the field of acute coronary syndrome among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients, according to a report published in the latest issue of the...

Providing rehabilitation services in the home rather than the hospital bed can improve patient outcomes and create various efficiencies, according to a new study published this week in the Australian Healthcare and Hospital Association’s (AHHA) academic...

The AHHA welcomes today’s announcement by the Prime Minister and Health Minister of the expansion of Australia’s contribution to international efforts to address the Ebola crisis in West Africa. The decision to commit increased funds, technical capacity...

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