Category Archives: Healthcare Reform

Are we talking reform, REFORM, REFORM or Healthcare improvement in the Australian Healthcare system?

Of late, ‘Reform’ has become an Executive Tourette-like utterance in the Australian healthcare sector. However, the nature of the reform, the specific goals and benefits, the risks, and how success will be measured is often poorly…

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Mangomoments – changing patient outcomes through person-centred care

Kris Vanhaecht is an associate professor at KU Leuven University in Belgium, where he attained a PhD in Public Health in 2007, and now holds three research chairs, all with a focus of improving hospital-patient safety…

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A Little Goes A Long Way

I was really pleased to see the mental health and addiction support worker pay equity agreement was signed by Health Minister David Clark this month, on behalf of the New Zealand Government.

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