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The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) is urging all parties to recognise the impact that current and future funding models have on the models of care needed to improve health outcomes for people and communities. ‘While funding models...

Australia’s prison population is growing and aging, and with this comes an increasing burden on the healthcare services provided in prisons, including palliative care. Although this increase in palliative care needs has been recognised, not enough is...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) is urging all parties to recognise the importance of our workforce in establishing a health system that can deliver the care Australians deserve. ‘Matching and forecasting the needs, demands and...

The provision of quality aged care continues to remain a concern for those older Australians who rely on community and aged care services to carry out their everyday activities. A health policy brief, Quality of life tools to support measurement of aged...

The April issue of the Australian Health Review, available online, features articles that, in the context the upcoming Federal Election, provide valuable insights on the current condition of Australia’s healthcare system. This issue takes a closer look...

In tonight’s federal budget, Australians would have been looking for an investment in their health. Over the past two years, the pandemic has disrupted health care. The health and financial impacts of missed opportunities for early diagnosis and...

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