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‘Reforms to home care arrangements for older people are well-intentioned—but have led to some problems’, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven said today. ‘Tied in with this is a serious lack of national...

‘It was the worst of times as well as the best of times for us last year at Merri Health in Melbourne’, says Merri Health CEO Nigel Fidgeon. ‘Our head office was totally destroyed by fire in the very early hours of Monday 3 July, thankfully without any...

‘Current funding arrangements for medicines in Australian hospitals are so complex and fragmented that they are difficult to navigate, and may result in unexpected costs or lack of timely and affordable access to optimal medicines’, says Alison Verhoeven...

The Sidney Sax Medal for 2017 was tonight awarded to the late Jeff Cheverton at the Australian Healthcare and Hospital Association’s (AHHA) annual dinner in Sydney. ‘The Sidney Sax Medal is awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding...

Jeff Cheverton Memorial Scholarship

About the Scholarship
The Jeff Cheverton Memorial Scholarship has been established by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA), together with Brisbane...

Australia has a high quality health system, however the provision of healthcare in Australia is largely episodic and often fragmented. This is caused by a lack of coordination across healthcare providers and parts of the healthcare system, in addition to...

The conversation around better end of life care is gaining momentum in Australia and today the Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research is bringing together researchers, practitioners, policy makers and consumers to discuss how the health system...

The latest Issues Brief from the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research Summer Scholarship Program has outlined the need for institutional change in hospitals to reduce rates of Aboriginal and...

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