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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...

‘Everyone wants value from public and private spending in health care, but defining value is not a clear cut exercise, and adopting strategies from other countries without considering local context rarely works,’ said Australian Healthcare and Hospitals...

Clinical quality registries are increasingly acknowledged in Australia and internationally as an enabler for health reforms aimed at improving health outcomes, lowering health costs and increasing health care value. In ‘Towards a strategy for clinical...

‘To date, reconciliation in Australia has focused on citizenship rights and better statistical outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples, when true reconciliation is much more difficult and much more rewarding’, says the Australian...

‘The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association congratulates the Coalition on its return to government, and urges renewed vigour and attention to health policy as it settles back into power’, says Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (...

Election 2019 Holistic view of health and wellbeing

‘Whoever is elected to the next Parliament—to Government, Opposition or Crossbenches—please consider health in any decisions that you make’, asks Alison Verhoeven, Chief Executive of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association. A person’s health...

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