By Paul Hemsley Individuals with chronic illnesses calling the NSW Department of Health’s telephone coaching service will be able to access the program online and via mobile applications. Executive in charge of the project, Dr Bev Lloyd and project manager, Dr Debbie Banovic each gave a talk at the Health and Productivity Management Congress 2012 […]14 August, 2012
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By Staff Writer Regional and rural councils in New South Wales have been encouraged to apply for the the second round of Healthy Communities grants before the Friday 30 October deadline. NSW Health has made available a second round of grants for local governments and Aboriginal Land Councils promoting healthy living. Through the Healthy Communities grant […]20 October, 2009
By Staff Writer Council initiatives promoting healthy living are eligible to receive grants of up to $80,000 from NSW Health. The newly announced Healthy Communities grant scheme, coordinated by the Local Government and Shires Associations of New South Wales (LGSA) and funded by the NSW Department of Health, will provide up to $20,000 for individual councils […]15 September, 2009
The NSW health system can be improved by cutting red tape for clinicians, renewing the focus on chronic care and working towards a nationally consistent reporting system, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has said. The IPART has released a report, Framework for performance improvement in health, aiming to evaluate the performance and funding […]10 October, 2008
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