No-frills budget to deliver key health reform measures

June 2010
Queensland Nurse;Jun2010, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p9
The article reports on the move of federal Treasurer Wayne Swan to deliver a budget that would support the establishment of the National Health and Hospitals Network (NHHN) in Australia. It states that the key budget for 2010/2011 measures include primary health care, electronic health records, workforce, aged care, and access to general practitioners. It also includes the 523 million U.S. dollars for training and support for nurses.


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