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Agreeing on the definition of a 'health emergency' may be the first step to reducing inappropriate use of hospital emergency departments and ambulance services, according to a new study in the Australian Health Review. This study is reported in the most...

Is it possible to save health care costs through improving quality and innovation? This is the ambitious approach being adopted in the UK by the National Health Service (NHS) in seeking to deliver a vast £20bn saving from their healthcare budget within a...

Is it realistic to suggest that it’s possible to deliver substantial cost savings in a healthcare system through improving quality and harnessing the innovative capabilities of the people working within it? This is the approach being adopted in the UK by...

Yesterday over 100 people concerned with healthcare services in rural, regional and remote areas came together from around Australia to discuss the implications of national health reform for rural health services and outcomes. They were attending a...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) today expressed regret and sadness at the death of Senator Judith Adams. The AHHA is the only independent national body representing the public and not for profit health care sectors. The AHHA is...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) and the National Rural Health Alliance are holding a joint Policy Think Tank to discuss the rural and remote implications of organisational changes and new funding mechanisms resulting from the...

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