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Dental and oral health experts have called for the immediate implementation of a coordinated Commonwealth and state/territory dental program, arguing that dental health has been put in the ‘too hard basket’ during the health reform package agreed by the...

AHHA today welcomed Health Minister Nicola Roxon's announcement that she plans to re-introduce legislation to means-test the private health insurance (PHI) rebate and called on the independents in both Houses of Parliament to support this measure.

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association urged both major parties, the Greens and the independents to focus on health care in their post-election negotiations. Health care is a high priority issue for the Australian community and should be at...

A lack of consultation by the Federal Government over the establishment of the proposed new hospitals watchdog is risking the future of health reform, according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA).

By ignoring the health sector in today's stimulus package the Federal Government has missed the opportunity to support one of the most important areas of the Australian economy, according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)...

Public hospitals cannot continue to cope with rising demand with capped and severely constrained budgets according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA). 091202 funding COAG.doc

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