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New "nanomedicines" are providing challenges to Australia's drug relation system, which need to be resolved to ensure Australian consumers can receive maximum benefit from these products, according to Associate Professor Thomas Faunce, College of Law and...

As the Government stalls on the implementation of dental health programs, Australia is slipping further behind first world standards of oral health. 090918 Dental stalemate - SR only.doc

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) today called for a national approach to addressing the current crisis situation within public hospital emergency departments. 090611 AIHW Hospital EDs.doc

COAG's health reforms will be jeopardized if the Federal Government does not commit to funding and building a national electronic health information infrastructure in tonight's Budget, according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) welcomes the Government's proposals to assist hospitals in assessing and treating patients who present to an Emergency Department, but warns that system-wide capacity is still a major limiting...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) today welcomed the proposal from NSW Premier Nathan Rees to trial a regional funding system in NSW but warned that to be successful the proposed model would need to operate outside of political...

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