- Aged & Community Services Australia
- Alzheimer’s Australia
- Assn of Australian Medical Research Institutes
- Australian Council for International Development
- Australian Council of Social Service
- Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Assn
- Australian Industry Group
- Australian Information Industry Assn
- Australian Medical Association
- Australian National Audit Office
- Australian National Preventive Health Agency
- Business Council of Australia
- Carers Australia
- Catholic Social Services Australia
- Community Council for Australia
- Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council
- Consumers Health Forum
- Councils on the Ageing
- Governance Institute
- Medicines Australia
- Mental Health Council of Australia
- National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples
- National Rural Health Alliance
- National Welfare Rights Network
- Palliative Care Australia
- Research Australia
- St Vincent de Paul Society
- Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Submissions To The Commonwealth Commission Of Audit. What Are They All Saying In Health?
Was told about this list today. Since Senator Richard Di Natale yesterday wanted a list on the web (mentioned at Senate hearing yesterday) here are a few.
Jan 14, 2014
The National Commission of Audit was announced by the Treasurer, the Hon Joe Hockey MP, and the Minister for Finance, Senator the Hon Mathias Cormann, on 22 October 2013. Although the Treasurer has stated that the total health budget will not be cut, there have already been a number of “suggestions” floated publicly about how money for healthcare might be “better” spent. According to the Commission’s web site, the call for public submissions has closed. Whilst we wait for submissions to be made public on the Commission’s web site, the Consumers e-Health Alliance has identified a number of submissions that are relevant to the debate about healthcare spending, policy and governance:-
Here is the link.
Thanks to the Consumers eHealth Alliance (CEHA) for providing this.
I am sure there are more to follow.
Posted by Dr David More MB PhD FACHI at Thursday, January 16, 2014