It is a national disgrace how little is known about the impact of the Divisions after 15 years
In this issue of the Journal, Scott and Coote provide an important contribution to a better understanding of one of the more significant Australian health policy changes of the past 20 years: the Divisions of General Practice (→ Wither Divisions of General Practice? An empirical and policy analysis of the impact of Divisions within the Australian health care system).1 Why this article is so significant in policy impact terms is that, according to the Australian Government:
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