Waste, and how do we combat it? It’s a challenge facing all industries but nowhere more so than healthcare. Worldwide, waste is recognised as one of the biggest threats to future healthcare security. The Partnership Centre has three research streams and today we’d like to introduce you to Stream 2: Reducing Waste and Low-value Care... Read More
Do people really need to front up to a healthcare provider or health facility to get the healthcare they need? Telehealth consultations, health monitoring apps and shared patient records are some of the answers to our increasingly unsustainable health system. The Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI) at Macquarie University, hosts the NHMRC Partnership Centre... Read More
Held on: Thursday 16 March 2017 This Symposium was the first in a series to be held by the new NHMRC Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability hosted by Macquarie University. Please see Event Outcomes Page to access Report, Communique and Presentations.
Fewer taxpayers and an ageing population — it doesn’t add up. Healthcare spending is rising so steeply that a CSIRO strategist recently forecast health costs would equal our total national tax take within the next few decades if we persisted with business as usual.
The NHMRC has awarded a $5 million Partnership Centre in Health System Sustainability to Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite, Director of the Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI), with Professor Enrico Coiera and Professor Johanna Westbrook. The Centre is jointly governed and funded to the value of $10.75 million over five years by NHMRC, Bupa Health Foundation,... Read More