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A new study has found that the increased demand for ambulance services over the past two decades is putting pressure on health care resources potentially resulting in reduced access, safety and quality of care for patients.

"AHHA is delighted to announce that Health Minister Nicola Roxon will be speaking at Healthcon 2010, the first joint annual congress of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association and the Australian Institute of Policy Studies," Prue Power, AHHA...

More hospital beds will only give a short reprieve to acute hospital bed shortage, according to a new study published in the latest edition of the Australian Health Review. The study suggests alternative longer-term solutions that involve both hospital...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) today welcomed the announcement by the Federal Government that Medicare will expand its current investigation of the Chronic Disease Dental Scheme after initial results revealed systematic misuse...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) today outlined key areas of need within the health sector that should be targeted through an expansion of the Government's second stimulus package. 090205 Stimulus package x2.doc

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has great pleasure in announcing Gillian Biscoe as the recipient of the 2010 Sidney Sax Medal. The AHHA awards the annual Sidney Sax Medal to an individual, active in the health services field,...

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