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Building partnerships and collaborative advantage in primary health care point to improved health outcomes and service delivery, concludes the latest health policy evidence brief published by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association’s (AHHA)...

By implementing sensible changes in health policy, more can be achieved with our existing health system without having to commit additional resources. This is the key message to the Commonwealth Government given by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals...

The Federal Government’s continuing narrow consultation on Medicare reforms shows that it is not learning its lessons on the unintended and negative consequences of policy driven by politics, not evidence, according to the Australian Healthcare and...

New research shows that while bariatric surgery, a procedure to treat obesity, is becoming increasingly common in Australia, access to public-funded services is limited, and this may be partly attributed to increasing numbers of private patients...

With an estimated 175,000 Australians affected by healthcare-associated infections (HAI) each year, new research published by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) supports the introduction of a national data surveillance program...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) welcomes the Federal Government decision to abandon the GP co-payment ‘Mach 2’ and its plans to change MBS rebates for doctor visit times. Acting AHHA Chief Executive Andrew McAuliffe said that,...

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