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04 COVID-19


Aboriginal Procurement Participation Strategy
NSW Health March 2022

Evaluation of the NSW Health Education Centre Against Violence, Aboriginal qualifications: Summary report 
New South Wales. Centre for Epidemiology and Evidence 
St Leonards: NSW Health, 2022 

Improving the mental health of Indigenous children and young people in child protection

Culturally focused pre-surgery screening to reduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient surgical cancellations
Williams CJ, Kander Y, Law K, Kennedy P, Binge G, Strathdee E
Journal of Perioperative Nursing. 2021;34(3).

No more business as usual: The need for participatory Indigenous development policy and skilled practice 
Hunt, J., Bauman, T. 
Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, 2022 

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The Aging Of The US Prison Population: A Public Health Crisis
Jonathan S. Bor
Health Affairs 2022, 14(5):622-627

Aging In Jail: Retrospective Analysis Of Older Patients In New York City’s Jail System, 2015–19
Rachael Bedard, Zina Huxley-Reicher, Kelsey Burke, Ross MacDonald, and Patsy Yang
Health Affairs 2022, 14(5): 732-742

Barriers and enablers to nurses' use of harm prevention strategies for older patients in hospital: A cross-sectional survey
Redley B, Taylor N, Hutchinson AM
Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2022 [epub].

What older people and their relatives say is important during acute hospitalisation: a qualitative study
Nina Mickelson Weldingh and Marit Kirkevold 
BMC Health Services Research 2022, 22:578 | Published on: 29 April 2022 

What aged care can expect under a Labor government
Eleanor Campbell
Aged Care Insite 26 May 2022

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03 AI & eHEALTH 

Telemedicine, Disparities, Pharmaceuticals, And More
Alan R. Weil
Health Affairs 2022; 41(5): 621

Policy Considerations To Ensure Telemedicine Equity
Elaine C. Khoong
Health Affairs 2022; 41(5): 643-646

Reducing Disparities In Telemedicine: An Equity-Focused, Public Health Approach
Jen Lau and Janine Knudsen
Health Affairs 2022; 41(5): 647-650

Medicare And Telehealth: Delivering On Innovation’s Promise For Equity, Quality, Access, And Sustainability
Meena Seshamani
Health Affairs 2022; 41(5): 651-653

3 Obstacles to Globalizing a Digital Platform
Liang Chen, Sali Li, Noman Shaheer, and Max Stallkamp
Harvard Business Review May 03, 2022

3 Obstacles to Globalizing a Digital Platform
Liang Chen, Sali Li, Noman Shaheer, and Max Stallkamp
Harvard Business Review May 03, 2022

Putting patients first: championing good practice in combatting digital health inequalities
Patient Coalition for AI, Data and Digital Tech in Health, May 2022

Telemedicine and artificial intelligence to support self-isolation of COVID-19 patients: Recent updates and challenges
Jessica A Huang, Intan R Hartanti, Michelle N Colin, and Dian AE Pitaloka
Digital Health May 15, 2022

The effect of the electronic health record on consultants' responsibility for patients and their care in general medicine
Martin B Whyte and Philip A Kelly
Future Hosp J 6 May 2022 doi:10.7861/fhj.2022-0001

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04 COVID-19

TGA commences evaluation of Moderna COVID 19 vaccine (SPIKEVAX) for children aged 6 months to 5 years old
Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) 13 May 2022

COVID-19: response, recovery and impact
Audit Office of New South Wales 20 May 2022

Safety and Efficacy of a Third Dose of BNT162b2 Covid-19 Vaccine
Edson D. Moreira, al
N Engl J Med 2022; 386:1910-1921 DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa2200674

Living with COVID‐19 in 2022: the impact of the pandemic on Australian general practice
Claire L Jackson
Med J Aust 2022; 216 (9): 442-444 

The impact of COVID‐19 on chronic disease management in primary care: lessons for Australia from the international experience
Anne Parkinson, Sethunya Matenge, Jane Desborough, Sally Hall Dykgraaf, Lauren Ball, Michael Wright, Elizabeth A Sturgiss and Michael Kidd
Med J Aust 2022; 216 (9): 445-448

Recent SARS‐CoV‐2 infection: too early to vaccinate?
Jamma Li, Kathryn Sutton, Lawrence Ong, Oliver Flower, Jonathan J Gatward, Helena Jang, Nicholas Wood, Bernard Hudson, Sanaz Tehrani and Suran L Fernando
Med J Aust 2022; 216 (9): 449-451 

Vaccination of young people from 12 years of age for COVID‐19 against parents’ wishes
John Massie, Georgia A Paxton, Nigel Crawford and Margie H Danchin
Med J Aust 2022; 216 (9): 455-457

COVID‐19 vaccines, boosters and mandates: building a mission economy, not a rentier paradise
Martin Hensher and Sithara Wanni Arachchige Dona
Med J Aust || doi: 10.5694/mja2.51500 Published online: 25 Apr 2022

Policy considerations for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination from the Collaboration on Social Science in Immunisation
Julie Leask, Holly Seale, Jane H Williams, Jessica Kaufman, Kerrie Wiley, Abela Mahimbo, Katrina K Clark, Margie H Danchin and Katie Attwell
Med J Aust Published online: 13 Sep 2021

Admissions of Children and Adolescents With Deliberate Self-harm to Intensive Care During the SARS-CoV-2 Outbreak in Australia
Claire Corrigan, et al
JAMA Netw Open. 2022;5(5):e2211692. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.11692

Development and validation of the symptom burden questionnaire for long covid (SBQ-LC): Rasch analysis
Sarah E Hughes, et al
BMJ 2022; 377 (Published 27 April 2022)

Are vaccines a potential treatment for long covid?
BMJ 2022; 377  (Published 18 May 2022)

Public health impact of covid-19 vaccines in the US: observational study
Amitabh Bipin Suthar, et al
BMJ 2022; 377  (Published 27 April 2022)

COVID-19 in Long-Term Care Facilities: A Rapid Review of Infection Correlates and Impacts on Mental Health and Behaviors.
Yang H, Rigsby M, Zhu X, Lee C, Ory M.
HERD. 2022 Apr 12:19375867221092149. doi: 10.1177/19375867221092149. Online ahead of print.

Clinic Design for Safety During the Pandemic: Safety or Teamwork, Can We Only Pick One?
Lim L, Zimring CM, DuBose JR, Fischer GM, Stroebel R.
HERD. 2022 Apr 5:19375867221091310. doi: 10.1177/19375867221091310. Online ahead of print.

Towards A new model of global health justice: the case of COVID-19 vaccines.
Jecker NS, Atuire CA, Bull SD.
J Med Ethics. 2022 Apr 29:medethics-2022-108165. doi: 10.1136/medethics-2022-

Medicare Beneficiaries In Disadvantaged Neighborhoods Increased Telemedicine Use During The COVID-19 Pandemic
Sanuja Bose, Chen Dun, George Q. Zhang, Christi Walsh, Martin A. Makary, and Caitlin W. Hicks
Health Affairs 2022; 41(5): 635-642

Gearing Up for a Vaccine Requirement: A Mixed Methods Study of COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Among Workers at an Academic Medical Center
Mahoney, Megan; Winget, Marcy; Brown-Johnson, Cati; More
Journal of Healthcare Management. 67(3):206-220, May-June 2022.

Antimicrobial resistance and the COVID-19 pandemic
Samira Choudhury, Antonieta Medina-Lara & Richard Smith
Bull World Health Organ. 2022 May 1; 100(5): 295–295A.

Therapeutics and COVID-19: living guideline
WHO 22 April 2022

Immune response in COVID-19: what is next?.
Li, Q., Wang, Y., Sun, Q. et al.
Cell Death Differ (2022).

Interim statement on the use of additional booster doses of Emergency Use Listed mRNA vaccines against COVID-19
WHO 17 May 2022

Remdesivir and three other drugs for hospitalised patients with COVID-19: final results of the WHO Solidarity randomised trial and updated meta-analyses
WHO Solidarity Trial Consortium
Lancet VOLUME 399, ISSUE 10339, P1941-1953, MAY 21, 2022

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Analyzing the Layout of Long-Term Care Facilities: A Psycho-Spatial Approach.
Rom Y, Palgi Y, Isaacson M.
HERD. 2022 Apr;15(2):22-42. doi: 10.1177/19375867211064538.

Evidence, Bioethics, and Design for Health.
Hamilton DK.
HERD. 2022 Apr;15(2):13-21. doi: 10.1177/19375867221082774.

Designing Palliative Care Facilities to Better Support Patient and Family Care: A Staff Perspective.
McLaughlan R, Richards K, Lipson-Smith R, Collins A, Philip J.
HERD. 2022 Apr;15(2):149-162. doi: 10.1177/19375867211059078

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Strengths and risks of the Primary Health Network commissioning model.
Bates S, Wright M, Harris-Roxas B.
Aust Health Rev. 2022 Apr 19. doi: 10.1071/AH21356.

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Choices that fail health and wellbeing
BMJ 2022; 377  (Published 05 May 2022)

Erosion of healthcare for those who need it most
BMJ 2022; 377  (Published 19 May 2022)

The Health and Care Act: six key questions
The King's Fund 07 May 2022

International health care outcomes index 2022
Tim Knox
Civitas May 2022

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Avoiding hospital readmissions: the models and the role of primary care 
Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research Evidence Brief No. 24
Chua D, Johnson T
Canberra: Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association; 2022. p. 23.

Patient survey results: Emergency Department Patient Survey 2020–21
Bureau of Health Information 4 May 2022

Support at the end of life: the role of hospice services across the UK
Eilís Keeble, Sarah Scobie and Rachel Hutchings
Nuffield Trust May 2022

The social networks of hospital staff: A realist synthesis
Claire Blacklock, Amy Darwin, Mike English, Jacob McKnight, Lisa Hinton, Elinor Harriss, Geoff Wong
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy May 5, 2022 | OnlineFirst

There Has Been an Outbreak of “Cost Disease”: Are Hospitals Ready?
Ford, Eric W.
Journal of Healthcare Management. 67(3):137-139, May-June 2022.

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Hospital Cultural Competency Leadership and Training is Associated with Better Financial Performance
Upadhyay, Soumya; Weech-Maldonado, Robert; Opoku-Agyeman, William
Journal of Healthcare Management. 67(3):149-161, May-June 2022.

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Supporting patient engagement with digital health care innovations: lessons from the Care City test bed
Nuffield Trust May 2022

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Identifying management practices for promoting infection prevention: Perspectives on strategic communication 
Ann Scheck McAlearney, Sarah R. MacEwan, Megan E. Gregory, Lindsey N. Sova, Courtney Hebert, Alice A. Gaughan 
American Journal of Infection Control 50(6): 593-597, 2022

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It is time to reinvest in quality improvement collaboratives to support Australian general practice
Knight AW, Fraser J, Pond CD
Medical Journal of Australia. 2022;216(9):438-440.

Achieving Equity in Diagnostic Excellence
McDonald KM
Journal of the American Medical Association. 2022 [epub].

Exploring system features of primary care practices that promote better providers’ clinical work satisfaction: A qualitative comparative analysis
Liu, Lingrui; Chien, Alyna T.; Singer, Sara J.
Health Care Management Review: April 30, 2022

Key Healthcare Leadership Competencies: Perspectives from Current Healthcare Leaders 
Gillian Parker, Tina Smith, Christine Shea, Tyrone A. Perreira and Abi Sriharan
Healthcare Quarterly 25(1) April 2022 : 49-56.doi:10.12927/hcq.2022.26806

Systematic Outcomes Measurement Can Lead to Performance Excellence
Pitocco, Christine
Journal of Healthcare Management. 67(3):145-148, May-June 2022.

Exploring changes in integration, differentiation, rules, coordination and performance following the introduction of a hospital planning centre: a case study.
van der Ham A, Van Raak A, Ruwaard D, van Merode F.
J Health Organ Manag. 2022 Apr 8;36(9):158-178. doi: 10.1108/JHOM-10-2021-0375

Implementation of an organisational wide approach to improving policy documents using plain language: a case study.
Lambert K, Johnstone C, Vellar L, Berg N.
Aust Health Rev. 2022 Apr 28. doi: 10.1071/AH21297. Online ahead of print.

Strengths and risks of the Primary Health Network commissioning model.
Bates S, Wright M, Harris-Roxas B.
Aust Health Rev. 2022 Apr 19. doi: 10.1071/AH21356.

Exploring system features of primary care practices that promote better providers' clinical work satisfaction: a qualitative comparative analysis
Liu L, Chien AT, Singer SJ.
Health Care Manage Rev. Epub 2022

3 Questions Investors Ask Themselves When Evaluating a CEO
Sarah Gershman and Katy Herr
Harvard Business Review May 10, 2022

Managers, What Are You Doing About Change Exhaustion?
Mollie West Duffy and Liz Fosslien
Harvard Business Review May 04, 2022

How the Best Teams Keep Good Ideas Alive
Patricia Satterstrom, Michaela J. Kerrissey, and Julia DiBenigno
Harvard Business Review May 18, 2022

Think You Have a Great Idea? Ask These 6 Questions to Gain Perspective.
Sabina Nawaz
Harvard Business Review May 19, 2022

An evaluation of the evidence brief for policy development process in WHO EVIPNet Europe countries
Adrianna Murphy, Maja Šubelj … Tanja Kuchenmüller 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2022, 20:54 | Published on: 7 May 2022 

Enhancing the capacity of the mental health and substance use health workforce to meet population needs: insights from a facilitated virtual policy dialogue
Kathleen Leslie, Mary Bartram … Ivy Lynn Bourgeault 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2022, 20:51 | Published on: 7 May 2022 

Leaders supporting leaders: Leaders’ role in building resilience and psychologically healthy workplaces during the pandemic and beyond
Kelly Grimes, Anne Matlow, Bill Tholl, Graham Dickson, Deanne Taylor, Ming-Ka Chan
Healthcare Management Forum May 21, 2022 | OnlineFirst

To Get Results, the Best Leaders Both Push and Pull Their Teams
Joseph Folkman
Harvard Business Review May 24, 2022

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Home-Based Care Reimagined: A Full-Fledged Health Care Delivery Ecosystem Without Walls
Christine Ritchie and Bruce Leff
Health Affairs 2022; 41(5): 689-695

Creating a Patient-Centered Clinical Experience
Michael Suk
Harvard Business Review May 19, 2022

Healthcare provider person-centred practice: relationships between prerequisites, care environment and care processes using structural equation modelling
Nur Zahirah Balqis-Ali, Pui San Saw … Mokhtar Abdullah 
BMC Health Services Research 2022, 22:576 | Published on: 29 April 2022 

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Living clinical guidelines for stroke: updates, challenges and opportunities
Coralie English, Kelvin Hill, Dominique A Cadilhac, Maree L Hackett, Natasha A Lannin, Sandy Middleton, Annemarei Ranta, Nigel P Stocks, Julie Davey, Steven G Faux, Erin Godecke and Bruce CV Campbell
Med J Aust || doi: 10.5694/mja2.51520 Published online: 16 May 2022

Management of type 2 diabetes in young adults aged 18–30 years: ADS/ADEA/APEG consensus statement
Wong J, Ross GP, Zoungas S, Craig ME, Davis EA, Donaghue KC, et al
Medical Journal of Australia. 2022;216(8):422-429.

Successes and challenges of health systems governance towards universal health coverage and global health security: a narrative review and synthesis of the literature
Ayal Debie, Resham B. Khatri and Yibeltal Assefa 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2022, 20:50 | Published on: 2 May 2022 

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Influence of rural clinical school experience and rural origin on practising in rural communities five and eight years after graduation
Alexa N Seal, Denese Playford, Matthew R McGrail, Lara Fuller, Penny L Allen, Julie M Burrows, Julian R Wright, Suzanne Bain‐Donohue, David Garne, Laura G Major and Georgina M Luscombe
Med J Aust || doi: 10.5694/mja2.51476 Published online: 11 Apr 2022

Health outcomes and access to health and hospital services in rural, regional and remote New South Wales 
Chair: Hon. Greg Donnelly, MLC 
New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council. Portfolio Committee No. 2 – Health Sydney: Legislative Council, 2022 

NSW rural health plan: Towards 2021. Final progress review 
New South Wales. Ministry of Health 
St Leonards: NSW Health, 2022 

Responding to the ‘thin' markets of rural and remote disability services. Quantitative and spatial analysis is part of the picture.
Kuipers P, Lakhani A, Jensen H.  
Rural and Remote Health 2022; 22: 7011.

Patient and carer experiences of pain care in an Australian regional comprehensive cancer care setting: a qualitative study.
Luckett T, Read A, Hosie A, Edwards L, Phillips J, Agar M, Lovell M.  
Rural and Remote Health 2022; 22: 7000.

The Pennsylvania Rural Health Model: Hospitals’ Early Experiences With Global Payment for Rural Communities
Scanlon, Dennis; Sciegaj, Mark; Wolf, Laura J.; More
Journal of Healthcare Management. 67(3):162-172, May-June 2022.

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Who killed patient safety?
Hemmelgarn C, Hatlie M, Sheridan S, Daley Ullem B.
Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management. 2022;27(2):56-58.

Pointing and calling the way to patient safety: An introduction and initial use case.
Violato E, Chao ICI, McCartan C, Concannon B.
Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management. 2022;27(2):86-93.

Opioid Analgesic Stewardship in Acute Pain Clinical Care Standard
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
Sydney: ACSQHC; 2022. p. 58.

Strength of Improvement Recommendations From Injurious Fall Investigations: A Retrospective Multi-Incident Analysis
Paulik O, Hallen J, Lapkin S, Green H, Fernandez R
Journal of Patient Safety. 2022;18(3):e613-e619.

Enhancing person-centred care in inpatient mental health settings through supported person-side handover: a multi method study
Paul D, Glover S, Roche MA, Klarnett K, Chen X, Wall J, et al
Contemporary Nurse. 2021;57(3-4):290-301.

Antibiotic prescribing errors in patients discharged from the pediatric emergency department
LaScala EC, Monroe AK, Hall GA, Weant KA
Pediatric Emergency Care. 2022;38(1):e387-e392.

Collaborative case review: a systems-based approach to patient safety event investigation and analysis
Lacson R, Khorasani R, Fiumara K, Kapoor N, Curley P, Boland GW, et al
Journal of Patient Safety. 2022;18(2):e522-e527.

Tackling antimicrobial resistance 2019 to 2024: addendum to the UK's 5-year national action plan
Department of Health and Social Care, 16 May 2022

Legal Privilege Legislation: Consequences for Patient Safety 
Robert Robson, Carolyn Canfield, Darrell Horn, Allison Kooijman, Nelly D. Oelke, Sam Sheps, Ryan Sidorchuk and Fiona MacDonald
Healthcare Quarterly 25(1) April 2022 : 21-27.doi:10.12927/hcq.2022.26811

Health care-associated infections studies project: An American journal of infection control and national healthcare safety network data quality collaboration case study - Chapter 2 Identifying Healthcare-associated Infections (HAI) for NHSN Surveillance case study vignettes 
Henrietta Smith, Jennifer Watkins, Melissa Otis, Joan N. Hebden, Marc-Oliver Wright 
American Journal of Infection Control 50(6): 695-698, 2022

National improvements in resident physician-reported patient safety after limiting first-year resident physicians' extended duration work shifts: a pooled analysis of prospective cohort studies
Weaver MD, Landrigan CP, Sullivan JP, et al.
BMJ Qual Saf. Epub 2022


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The UK Government ‘failed in its duty of care’ to doctors and the healthcare workforce in its handling of the pandemic, says BMA
BMA 19 May 2022

Structural determinants of health workforce burnout
Ewan Affleck, Jacqueline Emily Wagner
Healthcare Management Forum May 22, 2022 | OnlineFirst

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A critical review of definitions of rural areas in Indonesia and implications for health workforce policy and research
Likke Prawidya Putri, Deborah Jane Russell … Rebecca Kippen 
Health Research Policy and Systems 2022, 20:46 | Published on: 27 April 2022 

Health professionals workforce plan 2012-2022: Progress report year 8  
NSW Ministry of Health 
St Leonards: NSW Health, 2022 

Recruiting young people from care into NHS careers
NHS Employers 19 May 2022

Adding value: a strategic vision for volunteering in NHS trusts
The King's Fund 10 May 2022

Workforce Disability Equality Standard: 2021 data analysis report for NHS trusts and foundation trusts
NHS England, May 2022

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The Voice of Australian Health Consumers: The 2021 Australian Health Consumer Sentiment

Zurynski, Y., Ellis, L. A., Dammery, G., Smith, C.L., Halim, N., Ansell, J., Gillespie, J., Caffery, L., Vitangcol, K., Wells,
L., Braithwaite, J.
Report prepared for the Consumers Health Forum of Australia, 2022. ISBN: 978-1-74138-491-8

Significance of culture to wellbeing, healing and rehabilitation
Edwige V, Gray P
Sydney: Public Defenders Chambers; 2021. p. 51.

Mental health services in Australia 
AIHW Web report | 17 May 202

National Strategic Framework for Chronic Conditions, reporting framework: indicator results 
AIHW | 06 May 2022 

Ensuring the quality of palliative care in Australia’s prisons
Schaefer I, Haddock R
Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research Issues Brief No. 45
Canberra: Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association; 2022. p. 33.

No one left behind: Why Australia should lock in full employment
Brendan Coates, Alex Ballantyne
Grattan Institute, 11 May 2022

Migrants in the Australian workforce: A guidebook for policy makers
Will Mackey, Brendan Coates, Henry Sherrell
Grattan Institute, 04 May 2022


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3218.0 Regional population , 2020-21 (Additional Information)

3303.0.55.004 Provisional Mortality Statistics, Jan - Feb 2022

4744.0 Housing Statistics for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, 2018-19 (First Issue)

4940.0 Household Impacts of COVID-19 Survey, April 2022

4940.0 Fewer Australians taking COVID-19 precautions (Media Release), April 2022

5625.0 Private New Capital Expenditure and Expected Expenditure, Australia, Mar 2022

5676.0.55.003 Business Conditions and Sentiments, May 2022

5676.0.55.003 Cost pressures continue to impact businesses (Media Release), May 2022

6202.0 Unemployment rate at 3.9% (Media Release), Apr 2022

6345.0 Annual wage growth 2.4% (Media Release), March 2022

8165.0 Counts of Australian Businesses, including Entries and Exits, June 2017 to June 2021 (Additional Information)

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NEJM Catalyst Ebook 2022

NEJM Catalyst eBook:
Digital Technology’s Promise for Better Health Care Delivery

How emerging technologies will drive the transformation
First Published 2022

In this eBook, health care executives, clinical leaders, and clinicians share their front-line experiences and ideas around digital technology, including:

  •  Obstacles that exist today, including complex and costly EHR systems that continue to exhaust health care professionals.
  •  Lessons learned from the rapid rollout of telehealth, remote monitoring, and other digital tech during the Covid-19 pandemic.
  •  Digital technology's role in caring for chronic conditions such as obesity, diabetes, and dementia, as well as mental/behavioral health.
  •  Technologies and strategies that address one of the toughest areas of care delivery: communication.
  •  The potential for analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to help improve quality and outcomes and reduce the cost of care.



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