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Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)

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AHHA

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A blueprint for a post-2020 national health agreement
18 Dec 2017

To achieve a healthy Australia supported by the best possible healthcare system, the AHHA recommends that Australia re-orientate the healthcare system over the next ten years by enabling outcomes-focused and value-based healthcare.

Report

30 Sep 2015

INTRODUCTION

The Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) has been commissioned by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) to write two papers as part of the Association’s series on Pathways to Reform. The series will contribute to public debate during...

Discussion paper

26 May 2015

The Primary Health Network (PHN) program has the potential to make a significant positive difference in health outcomes for all Australians. PHN Discussion Paper #1 - Primary Health Network Critical Success Factors reflects on the lessons learnt from previous organised primary health care models in...

Discussion paper

26 May 2015

PHN Discussion Paper #2 – Mental Health notes a key role for Primary Health Networks in realising effective and lasting improvement in mental health outcomes, through adopting a person-centred approach in service design and enabling integration across service providers in local health systems. The...

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Strategy

A blueprint for a post-2020 national health agreement
18 Dec 2017

To achieve a healthy Australia supported by the best possible healthcare system, the AHHA recommends that Australia re-orientate the healthcare system over the next ten years by enabling outcomes-focused and value-based healthcare.

Report

30 Sep 2015

INTRODUCTION

The Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) has been commissioned by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) to write two papers as part of the Association’s series on Pathways to Reform. The series will contribute to public debate during...

Discussion paper

26 May 2015

The Primary Health Network (PHN) program has the potential to make a significant positive difference in health outcomes for all Australians. PHN Discussion Paper #1 - Primary Health Network Critical Success Factors reflects on the lessons learnt from previous organised primary health care models in...

Discussion paper

26 May 2015

PHN Discussion Paper #2 – Mental Health notes a key role for Primary Health Networks in realising effective and lasting improvement in mental health outcomes, through adopting a person-centred approach in service design and enabling integration across service providers in local health systems. The...

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Report

30 Oct 2015

A well implemented and fully utilised electronic health record system should strengthen a health system by improving quality and safety, ensuring continuity of care and improved health outcomes as well as reducing waste and inefficiency in the health system.

Australia chose to pursue a...

Discussion paper

29 Sep 2015

This paper describes key features of hospital redesign processes in Australia by analysing Victorian, NSW and other models. It discusses frameworks and drivers of large scale change in health systems including challenges and barriers to success. The use of systems thinking and institutional entrepreneurship to...

Briefing paper

6 Jul 2015

A number of policy initiatives aimed at reform of primary health care financing are currently either being debated nationally, or trialled in different jurisdictions.

Commonwealth Government austerity and an interest from a wide range of stakeholders to mobilise capital from different parts of the...

Briefing paper

3 Jul 2015

In Australia, deaths as a result of dementia have now taken over cerebrovascular disease as the second leading cause of death. At present, over a quarter million Australians suffer from dementia and projected estimates indicate that the figure can reach a high of nearly one...

Briefing paper

5 Mar 2015

This issues brief examines the evolution of the reporting requirements of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) over the last ten years, with a particular focus on programs funded by the Australian Government Department of Health (the Department). With one exception, the issues brief examines...

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