Northern territory budget 2015 whats in it for the bush? I’m not sure
We should probably be having conversations about how to improve access to medicine in remote communities before the end of the year. The government is talking about a whole host of ways to increase support but it’s often difficult to gauge what effect they might have because of privacy constraints and public health.
The Government wants to introduce an Aboriginal Medicines Board. This body would be charged with setting standards and monitoring the quality and supply of medical products from First Nation peoples and Aboriginal groups. We would all be better off if the Abbott Government would act on its own.
The Abbott Government’s National Aboriginal Health Alliance has produced a report that suggests all Australian citizens should receive $12/year of public health servi카지노쿠폰ces from the state and territory health systems. While this report sounds good it’s not realistic and would be hard to implement, especially with funding constraints.
We also know from extensive research by the NHA I am a strong advocate for a national health and social welfare programme and it’s in this context that I am very disappointed in the Abbott Government’s decision to end Medicare and medicare-style social security.
Medicare has been an Australian program for decades and is the key to a modern society with a strong healthcare system and quality healthcare services. However, the Abbott Government’s move to end Medicare is a devastating blow for the many Australians who do not have the resources to afford private he김해출장샵althcare.
In addition to the cuts the Abbott Government will have to make the changes to public health across the country.
Medicare for seniors is a government program that is intended to help Australians afford to live long enough so that they have quality of life with fewer problems. It’s intended to keep these citizens as healthy as pos로투스 홀짝sible and it works because it keeps older Australians healthier. In our society, there are no shortages of older Australians living longer. Our elderly should be able to enjoy these old age benefits when they need them.
The Government says its intention is to improve access to and quality of care for older Australians and that it will fund research into a variety of ways in which this could be done. But in my view, what has never been funded has been to do any research to ensure people are healthy as they age.
I believe we can all learn from the examples that are available around the world. A number of countries such as France and the UK are very well equipped, have a highly effective public healthcare and it allows their health systems to stay relevant and efficient in an aging population. In Australia w