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Healthcare: reform or ration

22 Apr 2013
DOI

http://doi.org/10.4225/50/55763FEC1B6FA
Description

Healthcare: Reform or ration considers:

  • The contribution of the biotechnology sector to the Australian economy, export challenges and opportunities and policies that would support sector innovation and advance Australia's comparative advantage;
  • How education in STEM skills underpins an innovative economy and policies that would improve the quality and quantity of students undertaking STEM subjects; and
  • The fiscal challenges confronting Australia's tax-based healthcare system, and the reforms necessary to sustain universal access.

Authors

Professor Just Stoelwinder
Professor and Chair of Health Services Management, Monash University
Professor Philip Clarke
Professor of Health Economics, Centre for Health Policy, Programs and Economics, Melbourne School of Population Health, University of Melbourne
Professor Ian Chubb AC
Australia's Chief Scientist
Dr Julian Clark
Head of Business Development, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
Dr Anna Lavelle
Chief Executive Officer AusBiotech
Dr Vince FitzGerald,
Senior Research Fellow, CEDA

Professor Ian Chubb AC
Australia's Chief Scientist

Dr Julian Clark
Head of Business Development, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

Professor Philip Clarke
Professor of Health Economics, Centre for Health Policy, Programs and Economics, Melbourne School of Population Health, University of Melbourne

Dr Vince FitzGerald,
Senior Research Fellow, CEDA

Dr Anna Lavelle
Chief Executive Officer AusBiotech

Professor Just Stoelwinder
Professor and Chair of Health Services Management, Monash University

Related identifier: ISBN 0 85801 286 3

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DOI: 
10.4225/50/55763FEC1B6FA
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2013
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