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The 'new deal' on health reform offered by the Prime Minister to state and territory governments will deliver the most important goals of health reform but must secure sufficient baseline funding to ensure hospitals remain viable, according to the...

Australia is ignoring evidence that patient safety increases when hospitals employ more nurses, according to a new study published in this month’s Australian Health Review. This study appears in the new edition of the Australian Health Review – the peer...

Over 100 000 pensioners and low income earners have missed out on promised dental services since last September due to the Senate stalemate over the implementation of the proposed Commonwealth Dental Health Program (CDHP), according to the Australian...

The $3.5 billion private health insurance (PHI) rebate needs further scrutiny in the light of advice from the Federal Treasury that it does not deliver value for money, according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA). 090224 PHI...

More beds are not the cure for Australia's stressed public hospital system, according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA). The AHHA was responding to the release of the AMA Public Hospital Report Card 2010 by the Australian...

Health care experts, international speakers, politicians and clinicians will gather in Hobart today to discuss how to create a world leading health system for Australia's future. 091006 Congress media release.doc

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