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Saturday, August 8 is National Dying to Know day, an annual event dedicated to bringing to life conversations and community actions around death, dying and bereavement. According to event organisers The Groundswell Project , the number of Australians...

Unless the Commonwealth Government provides continued and adequate funding for dental care, Australian's dental health will continue to suffer, according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association. An ad hoc Band-Aid approach simply will not...

This year’s New South Wales (NSW) state election once again brought the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) into the spotlight. Premier Mike Baird and his team announced the implementation of the NDIS one year ahead of schedule, including...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) welcomes the consensus reached at the COAG meeting this week on the imperative for healthcare funding reform. Work on efficient pricing models must continue, building on the work already...

“For Australians to have an accessible, equitable and efficient universal healthcare system our political leaders need to consider sustainable and durable long-term funding arrangements that support an efficient and holistic health system, rather than...

Australia’s health policies, funding and service models are failing about one quarter of the population. Preventable diseases and chronic conditions – like diabetes, heart disease and stroke – affect a substantial and growing proportion of people living...

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