Low-cost open source medical technology has the potential to disrupt the healthcare IT industry.
Just when I thought I had seen it all, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners organised its first twitter chat for GPs.
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Australia is not making good use of its medical workforce as doctors are drowning in red tape.
About 1,500 UK doctors move to Australia and New Zealand each year, and it seems they have good reasons not to go back.
The Pharmacy Guild’s strategy will create a backlash and in the end nobody will be better off.
Universal healthcare vs a ‘user pays’ system – according to Gold Coast GP Dr Andrew Rees.
Private health insurers should be kept at arm’s length.
The Netherlands is topping the international healthcare charts. Here’s how the Dutch did it…
Liberal MP Mal Brough: “This must be a debate about improving the health of the nation, not on cost cutting or shifting.”
Here are 5 reasons why role and task substitution by pharmacists will fail.
Before Christmas – just as I was about to pack my suitcase – the Prime Minister dropped a bomb.
Sign the petition to stand up and show the Government that your health, that of your families, and a viable healthcare system matters most.
The boats have stopped, but global humanitarian crises haven’t. Is Australia taking its responsibilities?