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AHHA welcomes the release of the Strengthening Medicare Taskforce Report, while recognising it will be the details that matter. ‘Our members and stakeholders across the health system have long been calling for a commitment to reorient the system towards...

Australia’s universal healthcare system aims to provide equitable access to healthcare services for all Australians, but many of our First Nations peoples are still being left behind. Released today, the latest issue of the Australian Health Review , the...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has welcomed the announcement from the Federal Minister for Skills and Training, The Hon Brendan O'Connor MP, on the establishment of the Jobs and Skills Council. The Council leading and driving...

12 Dec 2022, Bertrand Levrat (HUG), Ronald Lavater (IHF) Sonia Roschnik (GSC) meeting with Dr Tedros (WHO).

The international drive to reduce the healthcare sector’s contribution to global carbon emissions and accelerate the transition of hospitals to low-carbon healthcare is gaining momentum, thanks to the International Hospital Federation (IHF), the...

Australian healthcare funding policy needs a rethink, and value-based payments will be a necessary step towards securing Australia’s healthcare system sustainability. Released today by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association’s (AHHA) Deeble...

Quality and accessible healthcare should be available to all Australians, but with the cost of living continuing to rise and the poverty divide growing, more people are finding it difficult to cover medical expenses that come with out-of-pocket and...

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