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Australian health care: where do we stand internationally?

There is an old joke about one fish asking another about the state of the water and the other answering “what’s water?” When you’re immersed in something and that is your daily experience, you are not ... read more

Health Care In 2019: Five Key Trends To Watch

We expect 2019 will be a year in which health care providers alter their decision-making matrix from “if” they will take the leap toward assuming risk to “when” they will do so; many will ... primary ... read more

Australia defends handling of asylum request as Saudi teen heads to Canada

“The safety of Ms. Al-Qunun has always been the Australian government’s primary concern, and we have been working with the UNHCR and international ... work or access health care. read more

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Battling for Multicultural Healthcare—A Report from the Trenches

Around the same time, we began receiving ... of our healthcare providers now hinge on the will of our government and medical administrators. (Banner photo: The author, Hori Narumi, at the entrance to ... read more


2019 Australian Open Preview Roundtable: Predictions, Dark Horses, Top Storylines

With the 2019 Australian Open set ... JW: For the men, do we count Zverev and Murray who are both deeply compromised with injury? Nadal is also playing (as I write this) but brings to bear deep health ... read more

The Health 202: Barr repeats Trump claims that a wall will halt illegal drugs

These tunnels underscore the futility of the current debate in the fact that there will be numerous ways in which smugglers and undocumented persons will be able to breach the barriers that we build a... read more

Blame game on care of elderly

“There are occasions when you do need to resort to it, but it should be a last resort. Usually, however, residential care homes just do not have the number of personnel required for the intensity of t... read more

Attention Health Care Providers: Opioid Liability Litigation Is a Dangerous Emerging Risk. Here’s What You Need to Know

Health systems are making an effort to rein in problem areas, but creating uniform standards – and addressing those who fall outside of them – is difficult. And when standard of care ... We as carrier... read more

Let's map our DNA and save billions each year in health costs

In an article published in the Australian Journal of Primary Health, Dr. Suppiah says while ... Dr. Suppiah says. "We need to do a lot more research investigating the genetic basis of drug ... read more

3 Ways to Make Electronic Health Records Less Time-Consuming for Physicians

This is something every provider can do right now ... across the care continuum. John D. Halamka, MD, is CIO at Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare and the International Healthcare Innovation ... read more

Australian Country Party Announces its National Expansion as the First, Truly Democratic, Grass Roots Political Party in Australia

People feel that there is nothing they can do to change things, to make Australia the ... so little in return, we believe our “Older Generations” deserve better. We care about affordable and accessibl... read more

A Local Doctor Has Launched a Groundbreaking Coalition to Rebuild a Broken Health System

Over the past 15 years, Carr went on to serve health care organizations in the U.S. and internationally ... do so. Data liquidity then becomes the currency of innovation. “Our U.S. health care system ... read more



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