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Sharon Willcox

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Policy

3 Jun 2015
331

This paper identifies strategic priorities for taking action to prevent chronic diseases. It is the second report by the Mitchell Institute on this issue. The first report, Chronic diseases in Australia: the case for changing course , mapped out the social, economic and health costs...

Discussion paper

Background and policy paper no.2/2014
29 Oct 2014
646

The burden of chronic disease in Australia threatens to overwhelm the health budget, the capacity of health services and the health workforce. Much of that burden is preventable through effective, evidence‐based changes to policy.

This is a background paper for the Mitchell Institute November...

Discussion paper

19 Sep 2007
37

The Australian Institute of Health Policy Studies has commissioned this discussion paper to encourage broad community debate and, importantly, action on reform of Australia’s health care system. This report demonstrates that, all too often, existing processes for health system reform are ineffective. It documents the...

Journal article

31 Mar 2005
10

Since 1995 Australian health insurers have been able to purchase health services pro-actively through negotiating contracts with hospitals, but little is known about their experience of purchasing. Sharon Willcox examines the current status of purchasing through interviews with senior managers representing all Australian private health...

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