Hospital funding and services in Queensland
Suzanne Surrao, Geri Taylor, Anne Turner and Ken Donald
Australian Health Review
25(1) 99 - 120
AbstractThe Queensland health sector has been characterised as unique. The population has traditionally relied on the public sector to provide necessary hospital and other health services across the vast distances that make up the state, although there is a strong non-government sector also. More recently, and over the last 5-6 years stability and drive at themanagement level in the public sector has supported reform and progress, consistent with the national agenda. The Queensland reputation of cost efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery and outputs to meet national standards continues as this Chapter demonstrates.
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