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Every year, almost a million elderly Australians need in-home care. Almost 1,000 organisations serve them.Despite the federal government providing more cash to home care in the most recent budget, present home-care arrangements continue to have a sle...
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An already perplexing home-care system befuddles older Australians. So why should they be given more of the same?
An already perplexing home-care system befuddles older Australians. So why should they be given more of the same?
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Since last year, almost 16 million Australians have received subsidised telehealth services.The Australian government has put out A$106 million ($76 million) over four years to fund "permanent" telehealth, which will allow for more flexibility in hea...
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Australia is pursuing 'permanent' telehealth.
Australia is pursuing 'permanent' telehealth.
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Adapting to a "new normal" with COVID-19 spreading but few societal constraints are something Victorians have rapidly come to accept."Normal" is a distant memory for Mildura Base Public Hospital personnel, especially Emergency Department Nurse Unit M...
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As abuse and COVID limitations take their toll, a Mildura nurse and CEO calls for compassion.
As abuse and COVID limitations take their toll, a Mildura nurse and CEO calls for compassion.
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According to research, a new epidemic, this time of cancer, may be on the horizon.A new study from the United States confirms what health experts have long assumed and feared: limited access to healthcare services during the COVID-19 epidemic has del...
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The pandemic postpones cancer diagnosis.
The pandemic postpones cancer diagnosis.
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