CPD Fellows argue for more inclusive, comprehensive dental reform to cover the most vulnerable While the government’s $4bn dental health reform package has the potential to reduce waiting lists and encourage early intervention, it has been criticised for its failure… more
Jennifer Doggett considers that the significance of the COAG meeting on health reform needs to be seen in terms of politics, rather than policy.
Jeff Richardson provides an alternative response to the National Health and Hospitals Network announcement with concerns about the Commonwealth creating a health monopoly
Venue: Sydney Harbour Marriot, Circular Quay With the Federal Government setting its agenda for health policy reform, Australia is embarking on one of the most significant healthcare reforms yet. Over the three days of this Congress, keydecision makers including CPD… more
National Healthcare Reform Conference 30th November – December 2nd 2009, Rydges, Canberra Hear from the National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission about the impending national healthcare reforms. Many expert speakers including CPD Fellow Ian McAuley. CPD Subscribers receive 15% discount.… more
Jennifer Doggett proposes a complete rethink of the way we pay for health care in the Centre for Policy Development’s latest paper ‘Out of Pocket’
The best way to take the pressure off hospitals is to ensure that most people don’t need to go there in the first place. In this new paper Jennifer Doggett explains how we can reorient Australia’s health system towards primary… more