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‘Research published in the latest issue of Australian Health Review (AHR) points the way to some interesting opportunities to improve various aspects of hospital activity—and make them more efficient’, according to the AHR’s chief editor, Professor Gary...

Understanding the history behind why Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients are five times more likely to leave hospital against medical advice is key to achieving reconciliation in the hospital system, the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals...

‘Last night’s 4 Corners program on out-of-pocket health costs is a warning bell that our political leaders should heed,’ Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven said today. ‘People’s first-hand accounts of...

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early career health professionals have the opportunity to be supported to attend the 42nd World Hospital Congress through a new scholarship program launched today. The World Hospital Congress is an annual gathering...

High on the agenda of most Australian households is the need for affordable healthcare – and an expectation that our public hospitals will be well funded so that we can access care when we need it. The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (...

‘The substantial boost in funding for better health data in this year’s Federal Budget is a great building block for much-needed reform of the system—and the government is to be congratulated for it’, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA...

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