Tag: Elective Surgery

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Debunking the myths around private health insurance

The Australian Labor Party recently announced a policy commitment to imposing a 2% cap on private health insurance (PHI) premiums, for at least two years pending a productivity Commission review. The proposal was designed to increase affordability within the sector, as flat income rates fail to keep up with premiums rising above CPI. As expected,…

24 Apr 2018, by Amy Sarcevic


Program launch: Operating Theatre Management Conference

Key to the performance of operating theatres is meeting national safety and quality standards, effectively managing the workforce, improving safety procedures and maximising theatre efficiency. Whilst there have been developments around safety and efficiency there are still areas for improvement, which requires effective operating room management through collaboration and collective responsibility. With this in mind,…

17 Jun 2014, by Test1 Test1


What is the first step when considering a move to a 7 day health service?

The successful implementation of a new model of care requires careful and strategic planning.  Some of the speakers from our Developing a 7 Day Health Service conference took the time to share their experience and told us about their organisation’s first steps or considerations when they embarked on their journey towards a 7 day health…

2 Oct 2013, by Test1 Test1


Presentations: Elective Surgery Redesign

Streamlining surgical pathways, improving access and patient experience, reducing waiting times and incorporating latest technological innovations are central topics addressed at the Elective Surgery Redesign conference. We have made some of the presentations given at the 2012 event available for viewing and download. International CASE STUDY: Elective Surgery in New Zealand The introduction of Elective…

5 Sep 2013, by Test1 Test1