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Reforming Australian health care

Martin B Van Der Weyden
Med J Aust 2009; 191 (7): 367.
Published online: 5 October 2009

Time to debate the recommendations of the National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission is slipping away

When the history of the Rudd Labor Government is written, undoubtedly a chapter will be devoted to its penchant for summits, inquiries and reports. Health has not escaped this inquisitorial focus. There have been, among others, inquiries and reports regarding preventive health,1 primary care,2 and health care delivery in general.3 The latter was the remit of the National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission (NHHRC), and its final report, A healthier future for all Australians, was released in June this year.3

  • Martin B Van Der Weyden

  • The Medical Journal of Australia, Sydney, NSW.

Correspondence: medjaust@ampco.com.au

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