Monthly Archives: November 2011

Community Connections faces uncertain future


Community Connections Victoria Ltd moves forward with restructure following loss of funding Continue reading

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Reinvention – not another buzzword


social services sector reinvention hamel porter kramer graham MiX greater collaboration communities of interest Continue reading

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6/10 New Zealand nurses quit due to stress


A snippet in the NZ media this morning, http://bit.ly/tuyL6S illustrated the pressures faced by nurses in New Zealand, and no doubt in every other country in the world. The research found that 6 out of 10 nurses quit their profession … Continue reading

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Improve control of information by hospital management


Hospital management need to improve how they gather data to inform decision making outside of clinical areas Continue reading

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Paying the healthcare ‘reaper’


According to analysts at KPMG in their August 2010 issue of Issues Monitor on Healthcare the cost of providing healthcare in Australia is expected to rise 7X by 2050, from $2300 to $7200 per head of population. Current expenditure on … Continue reading

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Medicare Locals


Medicare Local Australia forming relationships and pathways between healthcare providers to create consumer awareness and community wellbeing. Like anything new, there are both issues and opportunities. Continue reading

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NHB review of Dunedin Hospital


Dunedin Hospital management face up to task of improving culture and operational inefficiences – its all in how managers take responsibility for achieving mission linked outcomes Continue reading

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