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The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association has welcomed moves to reduce the alphabet soup of agencies that have emerged over recent years. “ The proliferation of agencies that has occurred recently has done little to improve health services in...

The pain of the Federal Budget will be felt by public dental patients as the Government reduces funding to states and territories. “ The Government’s decision to delay the negotiations on the new National Partnership Agreement for additional Adult Public...

Minister Dutton’s first health budget looks like a magician’s sleight of hand, with the cost burden shifted to the states and consumers; GPs given some sweeteners to manage co-payments; and a medical research fund which is big on promises but small on...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association ( AHHA ) welcomes today’s release of the Review of Medicare Locals, which reiterates the need for coordinated primary health care, as part of an efficient health system. “ The original role of Medicare...

“ Real savings can be found in the health sector through smart thinking and clinician driven initiatives, not through short-sighted budget measures which will make health care unaffordable for many,” says Alison Verhoeven, Chief Executive, Australian...

That the Commission of Audit has recognised the strengths of the Australian health system is gratifying. The Commission is also to be commended for acknowledging the complexity of health care, the professionalism of the people who deliver health services...

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