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The collaborative arrangements that nurse practitioners are required to have with medical practitioners in order to receive Medicare-subsidised payments are analysed in the latest issue of Australian Health Review (AHR), the academic journal of the...

The most common complaints against five different health professions are profiled in the latest issue of Australian Health Review (AHR), the professional journal of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association. An author team led by Professor...

‘Parliamentarians need to actively consider evidence when deliberating on proposed voluntary assisted dying laws’, says Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Chief Executive, Alison Verhoeven. ‘This is aside from differing ethical...

Out-of-pocket spending on health by households in Australia is rising faster than overall household spending on goods and services—and taking an increasingly bigger slice of the household budget, according to a research study published today in...

Research on 20 Emergency Departments (EDs) in Queensland shows considerable variability in models of care used to meet ever-increasing patient demand. The study has been published today in Australian Health Review, the peer-reviewed journal of the...

Australia’s first enduring voluntary assisted dying laws come into effect today in Victoria. ‘The laws are not only a major shift in the response to end of life —they are a watershed in the rise of the consumer voice in health’, Australian Healthcare and...

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