It’s a sobering statistic, that one in four Australians have at least two chronic health conditions.
The challenge of providing services to such a large slice of the population won’t be met by simply providing ‘more’, but by showing leadership and recognising the opportunities to do things a little differently...
Introduction from Jo Pearson.
Receiving chemotherapy-at-home reduces risks for immuno-compromised patients, as well as being a great risk-mitigating strategy for overstretched hospitals.
Tim McMillan reports on a patient-friendly, economically viable, Chemo@home service.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a formidable challenge, but it has also provided a disruptive influence that has forced us to re-think how we deliver sustainable and equitable healthcare services.
Tim McMillan spoke with ACHSM President, Dr Neale Fong about how the sector may need to adapt, and the supporting skills that will be essential to providing quality patient care.
A successful new federally funded program developed by Dementia Support Australia and HammondCare, offers tailored help for people living with dementia and their carers…
The ‘Staying at Home’ program has the potential to reduce the economic burden on the aged care and acute care sectors.
This report from a special respite and training facility in Horsley, New South Wales.
Robotics, virtual technology and tele-medicine … you could say, that they’re tailor-made for a country like Australia, with its vast distances and remote communities.
And far from being intimidating for patients and health services managers alike – Leaders in the sector agree, that they are essential for a sustainable healthcare future.
We explore technologies that are delivering efficiencies and positive outcomes in preventative, clinical and surgical settings.
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HLTV reports on how time and budget pressures are being overcome with a fresh new approach to delivery, quality and standards.
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