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An announcement today by Ministers Colbeck and Robert of a strategy and funding to support younger people in residential aged care to find age-appropriate accommodation and live independently in the community is warmly welcomed by the Australian...

‘It’s high time that Australia’s referral system to specialist care was brought up to date—in the interests of patients and to meet management requirements for today’s ongoing chronic health conditions’, says Alison Verhoeven, Chief Executive of the...

In evidence provided today to the Victorian Parliament’s Inquiry into the Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven acknowledged the enormous efforts being made at every...

‘We have much to be proud of in the way our health services and clinicians have been able to provide compassionate and high-quality care during the pandemic’, says newly-appointed Chair of the Board of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association...

‘Let’s re-imagine healthcare—and start by working together to produce outcomes that matter to patients’, says Dr Deborah Cole, retiring Chair of the Board of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA). ‘The current COVID-19 pandemic has...

The Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH) and the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) have lent their support to the Australian Government’s contact tracing app to aid national efforts to manage and suppress COVID-19. However...

Topic: Why good health policy goes bad—and how to fix it Lecture by: Professor Nigel Edwards, CEO, Nuffield Trust, United Kingdom Location in Parliament House: Mural Hall Followed by a panel discussion with: Professor Ian Frazer AC FRS, Faculty of...

Lecture by: Professor Nigel Edwards, CEO, Nuffield Trust, United Kingdom Topic: Why good health policy goes bad—and how to fix it. Panel discussion with: Professor Ian Frazer AC FRS, CEO and Director, Translational Research Institute, University of...

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