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Inside track: Healthcare

02 November 2020

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Inside track: Healthcare

In the media

On bushfire anniversary, doctors commit to work together on the health impacts of climate change
To mark one year since the beginning of Australia’s unprecedented Summer of Fires, the AMA and Doctors for the Environment Australia are calling on the Federal Government to adopt a suite of key measures to help reduce the risk of further climate-related disasters (29 October 2020).  More...

Millennials embrace telehealth consultations with general practitioners
New data has revealed more than 95 per cent of general practices across Australia are now offering telehealth technology in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, up from just 19 per cent the same time last year (28 October 2020).  More...

New medicines for Australians with multiple sclerosis, lymphoma, carcinoma and reproductive cancers
Australians living with Multiple Sclerosis, and various forms of cancer will benefit from an Australian Government investment of more than $86 million over the next four years to provide greater access to life saving medicines (25 October 2020).  More... 

Hospital pass: What value are new facilities without the doctors to run them?
Queensland regional centres are preparing for new medical facilities after the State Election, but the good news comes at a cost with GP numbers on the slide, providing a new headache for rural health policy makers (29 October 2020).  More...

GP wins court challenge on PSR bill
Queensland GP Dr Hamid Norouzi has won a Federal Court challenge against Professor Julie Quinlivan, director of the Professional Services Review Agency, over an order to repay Medicare almost half a million dollars (27 October 2020).  More...

Nurse files vilification complaint against Qld Premier, CHO, minister
Queensland’s political leaders have been referred to the state’s Human Rights Commission over the treatment of a Rockhampton aged care nurse who sparked a coronavirus health emergency in central Queensland (27 October 2020).  More...

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