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As the July 2 election nears, the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has called on all parties to make preventive care the cornerstone of Commonwealth health policy. “Recent policy announcements such as Labor’s community-based...

Health issues including the Medicare rebates freeze, public hospital funding and co-payments have hit the spotlight in the lead-up to the 2016 Federal Election, but other vital issues such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, and quality care...

The ALP’s announcement that it will reverse cuts to bulk billing incentives for diagnostic imaging and pathology is a positive measure which will ensure patients can continue to access essential tests without being confronted with high out-of-pocket...

Ensuring long-term, sustainable funding of the health system through collaborative arrangements between the Commonwealth and the states and territories must be a top priority for all parties seeking election this year, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals...

All Australians should have access to gold standard healthcare, not just those who can afford private health insurance, says Alison Verhoeven, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Chief Executive. “Today’s Labor Party health policy...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) calls on all parties seeking election on 2 July to publicly commit unequivocal support to universal healthcare in Australia. “Australia’s public healthcare system is being severely tested by...

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