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Australia’s first enduring voluntary assisted dying laws come into effect today in Victoria. ‘The laws are not only a major shift in the response to end of life —they are a watershed in the rise of the consumer voice in health’, Australian Healthcare and...

AHHA's 2019 Federal Election areas of focus

‘Whoever is in government after the May 2019 federal election must provide strong and strategic leadership if we want a fair healthcare system for all Australians regardless of where they live or their ability to pay’, says Australian Healthcare and...

Reform of the alcohol and other drugs treatment sector is urgently needed in Australia, a coalition of health and drug dependence organisations has claimed in a pre-Budget submission to the Australian Government released today. The organisations are...

A new year should bring new efforts to properly establish a national primary healthcare dataset, according to the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA). ‘The Commonwealth Government and individuals invest considerable sums of money every...

A Design Jam will be held today in Brisbane at the 2018 World Hospital Congress to create innovative solutions to healthcare problems. ‘A Design Jam is not unlike a musical jam session’, said Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association Chief...

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association’s 2018 Sidney Sax medal was tonight awarded to Dr Paul Scown at the 42nd IHF World Hospital Congress gala dinner in Brisbane. ‘The Sidney Sax Medal is awarded to an individual who has made an...

The 42nd IHF World Hospital Congress kicks off today at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for three days of discussions with health leaders from more than 40 countries to improve the way we deliver healthcare. Hosted by the Australian...

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