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The Australian Government is supporting Tasmanians by investing in new mental health and primary care initiatives, new health infrastructure and new medical research that will mean real, on‑the‑ground benefits for all Tasmanians.
People in Canberra and the surrounding region will have better access to health and medical services, when and where they need them, under the Australian Government’s new ACT Health Plan.
Across Victoria, the Australian Government is investing in a range of medical research, infrastructure, mental health and primary care initiatives that will mean real, on-the-ground health benefits for all Victorians.
This review considered the most appropriate and effective delivery mechanisms to support ongoing after hours primary health care services nationally.
The review provided independent advice on all aspects of a Medicare Local’s structure, operations and functions, as well as options for future directions.
The National Primary Health Care Strategic Framework is a nationally agreed approach for the Commonwealth, states and territories to work in partnership to better integrate health care across care settings and to improve health outcomes for all Australians.
This evaluation considered the implementation, establishment and operations of the GP Super Clinics program from 2007-2008.
This first annual report provides a summary of highlights, key achievements and discussion on progress since endorsement of the National Maternity Services Plan.
The National Maternity Services Plan recognises the importance of maternity services within the health system and provides a strategic national framework, as endorsed by state, territory and Commonwealth governments for the five year period 2010-2015.
Information about national arrangements for the GP Super Clinics Program.
This document provides information for the primary health care research community and others about the PHCRED Strategy.
This report presents the findings of the Maternity Services Review which aimed to elicit a range of perspectives on maternity services in Australia, identify gaps, determine what change is required and what is needed for that change to occur, and inform the priorities for national action.
The National E-Health Strategy
Aged Care GP Panels Initiative
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