” As you are aware, the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Review Taskforce is considering every one of the more than 5,700 items on the MBS, with a focus of how the items can be better aligned with contemporary clinical evidence and practice to improve health outcomes for all Australians. 129 more words
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Aboriginal Health #NRW2017 Good News Alert 2 of 2 : Download @AIHW 4th National report Indigenous nKPIs primary health care
” This fourth national report on the Indigenous primary health care national Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) data collection presents annual data on indicators collected from the June 2012 to the June 2016 reporting period. 546 more words
NACCHO Aboriginal Health Newspaper : ATSI Health needs more than a 10 year plan - It needs political will
” Closing the gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health inequality unfortunately remains a persistent challenge for our society.
There is no shortage of statistics and data demonstrating that we need to do better – it can sometimes feel like there is a new report every week flagging indicators of concern. 1,140 more words
NACCHO Aboriginal Health Plan #NATSIHP : New advisory group established to assist with implementation plan
“ The acknowledgement of racism as a critical component for health in the National Health Plan was a huge step forward and I’m delighted the Implementation Plan had sown seeds to tackle social and cultural determinants of health , which contributed to 31 per cent of the gap in life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians… 467 more words
The Public Health Information Development Unit (PHIDU) has published an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Health Atlas.
This presents a range of demographic, socioeconomic, health outcomes and service use data for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples at the Indigenous Area level. 127 more words
NACCHO #WeAreIndigenous on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples AMA calls for a whole-of- Government approach to close our health inequalities
“Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will not achieve equal health outcomes until their educational, economic, and social disadvantages have been eliminated.
“We still have much work to do as a nation to close the gap in life expectancy and the overall health of Indigenous Australians compared with the rest of the community. 245 more words