Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has challenged Prime Minister Scott Morrison to match Labor's 2019 election pledge to cut out-of-pocket costs for cancer patients. But Mr Morrison claims cancer treatment for public hospital patients is already free.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has accused Opposition Leader Tony Abbott of cutting $1 billion in public hospital funding when he was health minister.
Two weeks into the 2016 election, Labor Opposition health spokeswoman Catherine King claims the Government has cut billions from public hospital funding.
Opposition spokeswoman for health Catherine King claims the budget cuts a "whopping" $50 billion from Australia's public hospitals.
This is the second edition of a bitesize Health Performance Council report pinpointing potential health inequalities by analysing South Australian public hospital data, looking for hospitalisations that are potentially preventable, variation by where people live in the state, and opportunities to improve.
This report forms a statistical addendum to complement the Health Performance Council’s Revisit review of South Australia’s Palliative Care Services Plan 2009-16.
Ngangkari healers were considered the treasure of Aboriginal communities, and now their 60,000-year-old tradition has made its way to South Australia's Royal Adelaide Hospital and rural clinics.
How do health practitioners in a large Australian public hospital identify and respond to reproductive abuse? A qualitative study
Reproductive abuse is defined as a deliberate attempt to control or interfere with a woman’s reproductive choices. There is a dearth of research on reproductive abuse, particularly qualitative research. This study aims to address this gap by exploring how health practitioners in a large Australian...
This audit examined whether the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and three audited public health services are effectively managing private practice in public hospitals to optimise outcomes for the health sector and Victorians.
This case study looks at the use of Public Private Partnerships in the construction of the Royal Adelaide Hospital by the South Australian government.