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The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, the peak body for public hospitals and health services, disagrees with the claims made in the article Hospitals chase private cash (The Australian 10 September). 090917 Letter Editor re PHI funding of...

A new study has found that Australians are paying more than Americans for several common medicines. This study appears in the most recent edition of the Australian Health Review (AHR) released 1 May. The Australian Health Review is the peer reviewed...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) today argued that significant additional funding and serious structural reform were needed to ensure Australia's public hospital system remains sustainable. 090630 state of hospitals report.doc

Changes to the price of PBS medicines to consumers have a significant impact on demand and may undermine the objectives of Australia's National Medicines Policy, a new study reveals. 090429 AHR Sweeny FINAL.doc

"The current health care reforms proposed by Australian governments are too hospital-centric and will not address the greatest pressures on our health system," according to an article published in the current edition of the Australian Health Review by...

The Australian Government should listen to the health sector’s ideas on reform of primary and community health care when establishing local primary health organisations, according to participants at an AHHA-hosted Roundtable last week. 101215 AHHA 3.DOC

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