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An article published in the AHHA’s peer-reviewed academic journal, Australian Health Review (AHR), has prompted Senators in the federal Parliament to question how decisions are made in Australia on subsidising treatments for rare diseases. The line of...

‘Public dental services are set to be severely compromised thanks to the Commonwealth Government’s slashing of funding for public dental health services for the next three years’, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association Chief Executive Alison...

The ALP’s announcement that it will reverse cuts to bulk billing incentives for diagnostic imaging and pathology is a positive measure which will ensure patients can continue to access essential tests without being confronted with high out-of-pocket...

Ensuring long-term, sustainable funding of the health system through collaborative arrangements between the Commonwealth and the states and territories must be a top priority for all parties seeking election this year, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals...

Cultural change and shared vision amongst health system stakeholders is needed if we are to move beyond fragmented, short-term changes in health, according to participants in the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association’s (AHHA) recent Think Tank...

World Health Day is a timely reminder of the importance of delivering proper funding for the government’s recently announced health care home trials, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven said. “This year...

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