HCRRA went along to the Budget lock up as usual. See what we thought.
The Committee for Economic Development of Australia has some very interesting things to say about healthcare funding in Australia
We are writing to express our concern at the recent decision not to use the new, purpose built accommodation facility at Darwin Hospital to provide short-term accommodation for remote patients who need to travel to Darwin to access medical care.
Over many years our support group has lobbied for a short term medical accommodation to be built close to the Alice Springs Hospital, the treating hub for the region of Central Australia.
The remoteFOCUS Group is a group of concerned Australians with extensive experience in dealing with Remote Australia, which has embarked on a major engagement and discussion process to develop practical alternative options and models to greatly improve governance, policy and infrastructure and service delivery in relation to remote Australia.
Today there is a rapidly changing environment for paramedic practice. This changing environment is increasing the risk of harm to the public from paramedic
This Senate Committee report on the factors affecting the supply of health services and medical professionals in rural areas maps out recommendations that – if implemented – would be the biggest step forward for better health for rural people for over a decade.
Recommendations made by by the Senate Community Affairs References Committee on factors affecting the supply of health services and medical professionals in rural areas.
The relationship between patients and health care providers is the foundation of care and requires communication across cultures, geography and life experiences.
Contemporary health policy discussions are generally about vested economic interests competing within an antagonistic political system according to Carol Bennett - CEO of the Consumers Health Forum.