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‘While mental health investments in tonight’s Budget will improve access to care, it is disappointing that the Australian Government did not use Budget 2020 as an opportunity to implement mental health reforms proposed by the Productivity Commission,...

‘Tonight’s Commonwealth Budget makes major commitments in health and aged care, much needed to address the major challenges Australia has confronted during the COVID-19 pandemic - but there are many areas of significant need where more effort is required...

‘The $90 million Intergenerational Health and Mental Health Study announced today by Minister for Health, Greg Hunt, is a great boost to reforming our health system for better value and affordability for patients and for the nation’, said Australian...

Unplanned readmissions, GP registrar referrals to emergency departments, the impact of mental illness, and privately practising nurse practitioners are among the topics investigated in the February 2019 edition of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals...

Research from the University of Canberra and ACT Health highlights the value that consumer leaders can bring to mental health services planning—although this has historically been met with resistance or tokenism, says Australian Health Review (AHR) chief...

Today’s announcement by the Minister for Health of a new Mental Health Advisory Panel may assist in the progress of mental health reforms, but its proposed review functions are premature, says the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA). ‘...

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