This post provides some pragmatic suggestions about how to clear those troublesome underspends and avoid them in future!
The answer to rural health sustainability is in our grasp!
This post explores how we can use reforms to create a health system that delivers the outcomes that matter most to patients!
This post talk about how health systems can be “shaped” over time to deliver the outcomes that matter most to patients!
The resort to Do-It-Yourself (DIY) COVID-Care shows that our healthcare system was struggling well before the global pandemic.
Tasmania is proving a cautionary tale showing the weaknesses in our national systems for regulating health professions such as doctors and nurses
Over-regulation in general practice is emblematic of a system in need of a serious overhaul
This post looks at the fine line between health advocacy and activism, and the consequences for those who cross it!
How well prepared is your Primary Health Network for natural disasters?
If you don’t know where you are going any road will take you there!
Are whistle-blowers in your organisation likely to be targeted?
Will Australia’s PHNs be told to reduce the ‘cut and thrust’ of market competition in order to enable collaboration and integration?
Commissioners should note that toxic workplace cultures in healthcare settings are dangerous for both staff and their patients!
This post proposes that PHNs have better mechanisms to share their know-how, resources and expertise.
This post talks about the need for Boards to do a ‘reality test’ on what they are expecting PHNs to achieve!
Ambulance ramping is the problem we want to have. Read this post to discover why!
It is reassuring to see hospitals and other healthcare providers swinging into action to prepare for a possible pandemic. Health system preparedness is vital, but we shouldn’t overlook the equally important task of helping the […]
As part of an international collective of consultants supporting health system reform globally it is clear that the Covid-19 pandemic will test the capabilities of countries to cope with surging demand. While there has been […]
If it looks like a duck, waddles like a duck, quacks like a duck, and swims like a duck– it’s probably a duck.