Open: 23 November 2015
Closes: 17 December 2015

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    RT @AmyBrownRT: Cost Effectiveness Analysis course by @AusHSI in Townsville was fantastic. Convinced of importance of including in own clin…
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    Congratulations to the inimitable Dr Len Notaras, the @AusHealthcare Sidney Medalist! Richly deserved!! http://t.co/E6fu15yynP
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    RT @JacquiBunts: Matthews: Tendency to be attracted to shiney new things that cost more, but we need to ask, are they more efficient? #AHHA
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    RT @Tori_Mc_: Sue Matthews: Specialists compared w generalists - paid more & given greater recognition for doing less. Need to rethink this…
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    RT @Energesse: Sue Matthews , CEO Royal Women's Hospital, Vic - Hospital CEOs and service providers should have shared KPIs @AusHealthcare
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    .@stephenjduckett egs of how spending on primary care can reduce need for acute care #AHHAThinkTank http://t.co/W7AUuFfbao
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    James Downie,IHPA A/CEO working w @ACSQHC on a way to measure outcomes over outputs, adding a quality element to reporting.
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    .@bengoldacre in the BMJ on How medicine is broken, and how we can fix it http://t.co/Annv3lbQc5
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    Mark Tucker Evans shout-out to MNHHS and MN PHN for doing joint strategic planning around integrated care #AHHAThinkTank
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    Elizabeth Koff: need to address the public's love of hospitals, needs cultural change #AHHAThinkTank
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    Suzanne Greenwood CHA CEO says it will take a very brave and bold govt to enact primary healthcare reform #AHHAThinkTank
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    RT @qldclinsenate: Mike Woods on integration of care - incentives will steer outcomes - need to design and align incentives well @AusHealth
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    Mark Cormack: let's look at both technical and allocative efficiency, look at alt funding models thru Fed Discussion Paper #AHHAThinkTank
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    Panel talks about capitation, bundled care for chron disease, what models could work? Sherbon-don't fully forgo episodic care #AHHAThinkTank
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    .@Nick_disco_G think in terms of QALYs to improve efficiency but don't disregard equity #AHHAThinkTank
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    RT @JacquiBunts: Nick Graves: Many things we do are high cost & low value. Some are high cost & harmful. Let's incentivise people for value…
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    RT @QPharmPtyLtd: Healthy M/F's aged 18-55 needed for Brisbane Hep B study. All participants paid for time. http://t.co/ovHKd8NoYJ http://t…
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    RT @stephenjduckett: Cormack also 'sees progressive devolution of C/w funds in targeted areas' noting PHNs still early days #AHHAThinkTank
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12 minutes, and free reign over
Queensland's $12B annual
health budget, to maximise the
health benefits for the population.

RESEARCH FUNDED BY AusHSI

Since 2012, AusHSI has funded 24 research projects from Queensland based health professionals and academics, including 16 Stimulus Grants and 8 PhD scholarships. We've awarded almost $900,000 in funding to innovative health services researchers. We announced our latest grant recipients in November 2013. Our next funding round opens in May 2014.

 
 

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professionals and researchers
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