Deeble Institute Symposium 2013

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Submitted on 01/10/2013

Universal healthcare and its challenges for the future

 

Deeble Institute inaugural symposium

 

The Ausralian Healthcare and Hospitals Association and its research arm, the Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research, co-hosted the Institute's inaugural symposium on the future of universal healthcare in Australia and challenged delegates to consider a renewal of Medicare. The symposium provided a forum for expert speakers from both sides of the political spectrum to debate the problems with Australia’s healthcare system and discuss some of the possible solutions.

 

 

Program

Symposium Program
Symposium Program

Presentations

Besa Deda, St.George Banking Group
Besa Deda, St.George Banking Group
Stephen Duckett, Grattan Institute
Stephen Duckett, Grattan Institute
James Gillespie, Menzies Centre for Health Policy
James Gillespie, Menzies Centre for Health Policy
Vivian Lin, World Health Organization
Vivian Lin, World Health Organization
Adrian Kay, Australian National University - Why is a good idea not always enough to reform heal
Adrian Kay, Australian National University - Why is a good idea not always enough to reform heal
Anne-marie Boxall, Deeble Institute
Anne-marie Boxall, Deeble Institute
Andrew Wilson, Menzies Centre for Health Policy
Andrew Wilson, Menzies Centre for Health Policy
Just Stoelwinder, Monash University
Just Stoelwinder, Monash University
Jeremy Sammut, Centre for Independent Studies
Jeremy Sammut, Centre for Independent Studies
Michael Moore, Public Health Association of Australia
Michael Moore, Public Health Association of Australia
John Deeble
John Deeble