Catholic Health News and Press Releases
- Wednesday, 22 July 2015 16:57
- Tuesday, 21 July 2015 17:12
Catholic Health Australia (CHA) Chief Executive Officer, Suzanne Greenwood, today welcomed the release of the Dropping off the Edge (DOTE) 2015 report and acknowledged the essential role the report plays in the shaping of Catholic health policy efforts for all Australians.
- Monday, 20 July 2015 17:11
Medibank Private is threatening the national effort to improve safety and quality in Australian hospitals by its proposal to limit with hospitals the cover for patients insured with Medibank Private in certain situations. Eminent medical and nursing clinicians across the country have been working closely with the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ACSQHC) to develop a list of potentially preventable hospital complications. This list is still in the validation phase and is currently being tested in hospitals across Australia.
- Friday, 10 July 2015 17:00
The CEO of Catholic Health Australia - Australia’s largest provider grouping of non-government health, aged and community care services, Mrs Suzanne Greenwood, called on Medibank Private to work constructively with hospitals in the implementation of robust safety and quality standards.
- Wednesday, 13 May 2015 00:00
Specialist Training Program a worthwhile continuing investment in Australia's Future Health Workforce
- Wednesday, 11 March 2015 00:00
Catholic Health Australia's Chief Executive Officer, Suzanne Greenwood, welcomed the release of the report into the Administration of the Medical Specialist Training Program (STP) by the Australian National Audit Office on 10 March 2015. CHA urgs the government to continue funding this program.
- Wednesday, 04 February 2015 19:57
4 February 2015
Catholic Health Australia Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Suzanne Greenwood, says that the Government's announcement today of multidisciplinary 'Severe Behaviour Response Teams' providing expert advice to residential aged care facilities as the response to last year's axing of the Dementia and Behaviour Supplement will be useful for some facilities but does not provide a comprehensive response.