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Australians are undergoing unnecessary surgery – here's what we can do about it

Australians are undergoing unnecessary surgery – here's what we can do about it

fronjacksonwebbAug 17, 20151 Comment

Peter Breadon and Stephen Duckett from the Grattan Institute write: For decades, clinicians and researchers have been concerned about patients getting treatments, inclu

Health reform: So much more than a taxing issue (just ask NZ)

Health reform: So much more than a taxing issue (just ask NZ)

Melissa SweetJul 28, 2015

Could Australian health reformers learn from the experience of efforts

ALP national conference: experts respond

fronjacksonwebbJul 27, 2015

Bill Shorten survived an internal push for a future Labor government to ban turning back asylum seeker boats at the ALP’s three-day national conference, which concluded in Melbourne o

The Health Wrap: Reclaiming #auspol; violence, inequity, resilience and love; defining research

Kellie BissetJul 19, 2015

Forget health takeovers, here's how to fix hospital funding and chronic disease care

Forget health takeovers, here's how to fix hospital funding and chronic disease care

fronjacksonwebbJul 16, 20151 Comment

Stephen Duckett and Peter Breadon write: After a shaky start, the Commonwealth Government is finally starting a debate about how Australia’s future health system shou

Five options for health reform: what are the chances?

Five options for health reform: what are the chances?

Melissa SweetJun 23, 2015

Five options for health reform – which are not mutually exclusive – are proposed in the

The Health Wrap: Indigenous incarceration disgrace, let's talk about smoking, Budget fairness test, all things Evidence

The Health Wrap: Indigenous incarceration disgrace, let's talk about smoking, Budget fairness test, all things Evidence

Kellie BissetJun 9, 20151 Comment

  By Kellie Bisset

In full: the four volumes of the Review of Mental Health Programmes and Services, which the Government has been sitting on for five months

In full: the four volumes of the Review of Mental Health Programmes and Services, which the Government has been sitting on for five months

Melissa SweetApr 16, 20151 Comment

Last year, more than 2,000 individuals and organisations made submissions to the 2014 Review of Mental Health Programmes and Services, which was undertaken by the National Mental Health

How we've ended up with a bankrupt health debate...

How we've ended up with a bankrupt health debate...

Melissa SweetApr 15, 2015

Health policy news has been making headlines of late. There's been: • the Federal Government's long-awaited announcement on the new

Private health insurance ‘carrot and stick’ reforms have failed – here’s why

fronjacksonwebbApr 1, 2015

Anne-marie Boxall writes: If your workplace is anything like mine, this week’s private health insurance