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Alliance raises concerns over new health insurance extras

Friday, 7 June 2024
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The National Rural Health Alliance (the Alliance) voices concern over new extras offered by some of Australia’s biggest health insurers with the claim that they will be an offset to high... More

Tuesday, 4 June 2024
Susi Tegen, Chief Executive and Margaret Deerain, Director, Policy and Strategy Development from the National Rural Health Alliance appeared before the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Select Committee...
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JCTS Joint Colleges Training Services
Friday, 31 May 2024
We warmly welcome the Joint Colleges Training Services (JCTS) as the newest member of the National Rural Health Alliance. JCTS is an Aboriginal-led, nationwide organisation that delivers cultural education...
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Friday, 31 May 2024
This week the National Rural Health Alliance joined the Access for Every Child Coalition, led by advocacy group The Parenthood.  The coalition of over 50 organisations is calling on the government to provide...
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Thursday, 30 May 2024
The Senate Community Affairs References Committee Inquiry into equitable access to diagnosis and treatment for individuals with rare and less common cancers, including neuroendocrine cancer, has considered the...
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Thursday, 23 May 2024
National Rural Health Alliance Chairperson Nicole O’Reilly told The Canberra Times that lack of access to primary healthcare services was the likely cause for higher rates of presentations at emergency...
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Wednesday, 22 May 2024
Leading national organisations, including the National Rural Health Alliance (the Alliance), are joining together with Palliative Care Australia this National Palliative Care Week (19-25 May 2024) to advocate...
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06 August 2015 - The Alliance attended a recent one-day forum in Melbourne (24 July) on the new Primary Health Networks (PHNs). The National Primary and Community Health Network hosted this event to provide an opportunity for primary and community health practitioners,... More
06 August 2015 - The August 2015 edition of Partyline, the Alliance's flagship magazine, is now available online and posted copies will soon arrive in subscribers’ letterboxes. This Issue (No 53) offers readers an update on some of the major issues affecting the... More
05 August 2015 - The Rural Health Education program (RHCE2) knowledge transfer roundtables begin in Broome WA on Monday 10 August and will conclude with a National Teleconference on Monday 26 October. Watch this video of... More
04 August 2015 - People living in rural and remote areas of Australia generally experience poorer health outcomes and die younger than their counterparts in the major cities. The Alliance examines some of the underlying reasons in its recent Submission to the House of... More
30 July 2015     MEDIA RELEASE   - The challenge of delivering timely, high quality health services in rural and remote Australia can be quite daunting. The deleterious effects of missing out are all... More
28 July 2015 - Life Without Barriers and Carers Australia have announced that the National Carer Awards 2015 are open and accepting nominations. The National Carer Awards have been developed to publicly recognise and... More
23 July 2015 - The 37 member bodies in the National Rural Health Alliance (NRHA) have considered the priority recommendations from the 13th National Rural Health Conference. The result is a publication entitled... More
22 July 2015 - The ABC's Heywrire Competition is calling on people aged 16 to 22 years who are living in rural and regional areas to submit stores about life in their communities. Over 30 winners will be chosen to have their story featured on ABC radio and online,... More

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