The Australian health care system / S. J. Duckett Duckett, S. J. (Stephen John), 1950-

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Author
Duckett, S. J. (Stephen John), 1950-
Subjects
Australia.; Public Health - Australia.; Medical care - Australia.
Audience
Specialized; General; Adult
Summary
This is a comprehensive and forward-looking overview of the structure and operation of health systems and services in Australia. It analyses how the inputs of Australian health services, such as finances, the health workforce, and the roles of state and federal government influence the outcomes, which range from consumer confidence to policy changes.Written with an emphasis on policy and economic issues, the book provides an extensive overview of the interactions between consumers and providers of health care in Australia. It includes in depth examination of major developments including the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme; the establishment of Local Health Networks, Medicare Locals and Primary Health Networks; the Abbott Government's proposed health system changes; and the redesign of the aged care system. New to this editionAll chapters and statistics and data have been updated to reflect changes to the Australian Health Care System post-election.
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/10288425
Work ID
10288425

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