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  • By Amanda Biggs September 16, 2013 Dental checkup A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) presents a snapshot of the oral health and dental behaviour of Australian adults in 2010. The National Dental Interview Survey was conducted on a random sample of over 10,000 Australian
    Date: 16/09/2013 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/2729411 - Source: FlagPost - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

  • OCTOBER 26, 2012 Not much to smile about: two new reports highlight dental inequities Source: Australian Government Two new dental reports provide a timely overview of the oral health of those with chronic illnesses compared to the broader population, and on the oral health of children and their families. The
    Date: 26/10/2012 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/2012253 - Source: FlagPost - Author: BUCKMASTER, Luke

  • ISSN 1328-8091 Parliamentof Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 2 Background .............................................................................................................................................. 2 Recent dental initiatives ..................................................................................................................... 3 Dental Reform Package ................................................................................................................. 4 Children’s dental services and oral health status ............................................................................... 5 Chronic Disease Dental Scheme (CDDS) ............................................................................................. 6 Teen Dental Plan ................................................................................................................................. 7 Basis of policy commitment ................................................................................................................
    Date: 20/09/2012 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/1927321 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

  • SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 Closure of controversial dental scheme a step closer— but dentists remain in the dark Image source: Department of Defence Following the announcement of a $4 billion dental package directed at children and those on low incomes, the Government has moved to close down the controversial Chronic Disease
    Date: 07/09/2012 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1899517 - Source: FlagPost - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

  • AUGUST 29, 2012 New dental package announced—but it’s not Denticare Image source: NT Health Today the Health Minister, Tanya Plibersek, announced a new dental package worth $4 billion over six years. The government will provide Medicare funded dental services to children and an expanded public dental service for low income
    Date: 29/08/2012 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1884592 - Source: FlagPost - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

  • ISSN 1328-8091 Parliamentof Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 3 Background .............................................................................................................................................. 3 Evolution of the PSR............................................................................................................................ 3 Amendments ................................................................................................................................. 5 1997 amendments ......................................................................................................................... 5 1999 amendments ......................................................................................................................... 5 2002 amendments ......................................................................................................................... 6 2006 amendments to regulations ................................................................................................. 7 Review 2006-07 .................................................................................................................................. 7 Response by Labor ......................................................................................................................... 8 2010
    Date: 18/06/2012 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/1720243 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: JOLLY, Rhonda

  •   APRIL 19, 2012 Calls to waive dentists' debts to Medicare On 19 March 2012, the Opposition health spokesman the Hon. Peter Dutton, introduced the Health Insurance (Dental Services) Bill 2012 into the House of Representatives. The Bill was also introduced into the Senate on 21 March by Senator David
    Date: 19/04/2012 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1585350 - Source: FlagPost - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

  • ISSN 1328-8091 Parliament of Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 2 Financial implications ............................................................................................................................... 2 Key provisions .......................................................................................................................................... 2 Schedule 1, items 1-9-Amendments relating to indexation .............................................................. 2 Schedule 1, Item 10-Melbourne College of Divinity .......................................................................... 3 Schedule 1, Item 11-Calculating the bonus for voluntary HECS-HELP payments .............................. 4
    Date: 01/03/2012 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/1467454 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: DOW, Coral

  •     FEBRUARY 22, 2012 An overview of universal dental schemes Image source: Department of Defence Ongoing reports of poor dental health outcomes and growing concerns that financial barriers are impeding access to affordable dental care continue to fuel calls for reform in the area of dental health. As part
    Date: 22/02/2012 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1585352 - Source: FlagPost - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

  • Parliament of Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 1 Defining universal systems ................................................................................................................. 3 Which countries operate universal dental schemes? .......................................................................... 4 Austria ........................................................................................................................................... 5 Denmark ....................................................................................................................................... 5 Finland .......................................................................................................................................... 5 Germany ....................................................................................................................................... 5 Greece........................................................................................................................................... 6 Italy ............................................................................................................................................... 6 Mexico .......................................................................................................................................... 6 Poland ........................................................................................................................................... 7 Spain ............................................................................................................................................. 7 Sweden
    Date: 22/02/2012 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1438909 - Source: Background Note (Parliame... - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

  • ISSN 1328-8091 Parliament of Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 2 Background .............................................................................................................................................. 2 Box 1: e health and PCEHR background ................................................................................... 3 Committee consideration ........................................................................................................................ 6 Policy position of non-government parties/independents ................................................................ 7 Opposition ..................................................................................................................................... 7 Box 2: current opposition views on e health ............................................................................ 7 Other ..............................................................................................................................................
    Date: 07/02/2012 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/1403420 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: JOLLY, Rhonda

  • ISSN 1328-8091 Parliament of Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 2 Background .............................................................................................................................................. 2 Committee consideration ................................................................................................................... 3 Financial implications.......................................................................................................................... 4 Key provisions .......................................................................................................................................... 4 BILLS DIGEST NO. 101, 2011-12 7 February 2012 Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2011 Dr Rhonda Jolly Social Policy Section 2
    Date: 07/02/2012 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/1403433 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: JOLLY, Rhonda

  • ISSN 1328-8091 Parliament of Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Contents Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 2 Background .............................................................................................................................................. 2 Committee consideration ................................................................................................................... 4 Policy position of non-government parties/independents ................................................................ 4 Position of major interest groups ....................................................................................................... 4 Financial implications ............................................................................................................................... 6 Main issues............................................................................................................................................... 6 Schedule 1 ........................................................................................................................................... 7 Schedule 2 - the Medication Chart
    Date: 03/02/2012 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/1388253 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: DE BOER, Rebecca

  • ISBN 1834-9854 Parliament of Australia Departmentof Parliamentary Services Executive summary E health is seen by some as possibly the most important revolution in healthcare since the advent of modern medicine. E health makes use of developments in computer technology and telecommunications to deliver health information and services more effectively and
    Date: 17/11/2011 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1232345 - Source: Research Paper (Parliamen... - Author: JOLLY, Rhonda

  •     NOVEMBER 11, 2011 Stalemate looms over closure of chronic disease dental scheme Image: Dental Health Services Victoria It is looking increasingly unlikely that the Government will move to close down the popular, but costly to the budget, chronic disease dental scheme (CDDS) before the end of the year. This is despite increasing
    Date: 11/11/2011 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/1230060 - Source: FlagPost - Author: BIGGS, Amanda

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