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Supplement - The Effective and Sustainable Adoption of Virtual Health Care

Effective and Sustainable Adoption of Virtual Health Care is a supplementary paper to AHHA's Healthy People, healthy systems blueprint for health reform. 

With Australians more open to using technology in health care, this has led to optimism across the sector that there will be a willingness to embrace these technologies in care to achieve more long-term health care reform. This paper outlines essential areas of attention to ensure that virtual health care technologies are implemented effectively and sustainably.

The Health Advocate - June 2019

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The June 2019 issue focuses on value and outcomes and features articles including:

- What is value in healthcare?

- New Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care...

2019 Australian Federal Election

Australians go to the polls on 18 May to elect the 46th Parliament of Australia.

All parties and candidates should commit to the following if we want a healthy Australia supported by the best possible healthcare system:

AHHA's 2019 Federal Election areas of focus

As Australians prepare to elect the 46th Parliament, the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) calls on all parties and candidates to commit

Blueprint for a Post-2020 National Health Agreement

Healthy people, healthy systems is a solid blueprint with a range of short, medium and long term recommendations on how to reorientate our healthcare system to focus on patient outcomes and value rather than throughput and vested interests. It maps out how to transform our healthcare system into a fit for purpose 21st century system that will meet the needs and expectations of Australians.

Blueprint for a Post-2020 National Health Agreement

Healthy people, healthy systems is a solid blueprint with a range of short, medium and long term recommendations on how to reorientate our healthcare system to focus on patient outcomes and value rather than throughput and vested interests. It maps out how to transform our healthcare system into a fit for purpose 21st century system that will meet the needs and expectations of Australians.

A report from the Senate Community Affairs References Committee on the Value and affordability of private health insurance and out of pocket medical costs, r

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