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A group of eight key health organisations has today called on the Coalition to match or improve upon the Labor Party's commitment to children’s dental services under Medicare and increased funding for public dental services for adults. Whoever wins...

In the first Leaders Debate of the election campaign, the Prime Minister has suggested that Australia needs a “new way to fund our hospitals” but the funding needs of the health system go well beyond the doors of our hospitals. Australians have benefited...

The first Rudd Government initiated a major reform of the Australian health system. The proposed changes which offered significant opportunity to revitalise the system were subsequently diluted in the process of negotiating an agreed position between the...

The Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association has welcomed the Government’s decision to defer the introduction of the cap on self-education expense deductions until 2015 but is calling on the Government to accept the inevitable and scrap the cap...

Telephone coaching can help people with chronic diseases to self-manage their conditions and may be particularly useful in targeting vulnerable and disadvantaged populations, according to a new study published in the Australian Health Review. The...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association has supported the Shadow Health Minister’s call for a response from the Government to the McKeon Review on health and medical research. The Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association (AHHA)...

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