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Factors affecting job satisfaction of Aboriginal mental health workers working in community mental health in rural and remote New South Wales
Catherine Cosgrave et al
Australian Health Review Published online: 5 December 2016

Fall prevention services for older Aboriginal people: investigating availability and acceptability 
Caroline Lucaszyk, Julieann Coombes, Lisa Keay, et al
Public Health Res Pract. 2016;26(5):e2651659.

Healthy Futures—Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services Report Card 2016
AIHW 5 December 2016

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Evaluation of a National Broadband Network-enabled Telehealth trial for older people with chronic disease
Susan Nancarrow, Annie Banbury and Jennene Buckley
Australian Health Review 2016, 40(6) 641-648

Champions’ perspectives on implementing the National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Ageing and Aged Care Strategy in Queensland
Ruth McPhail and Liz Fulop
Australian Health Review 2016, 40(6): 633-640

Seeking Dental Care For Older Americans
Susan Jaffe
Health Aff December 2016 35:2164-2167

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A thousand words in the palm of your hand: management of clinical photography on personal mobile devices
Kieran G Allen, Paul Eleftheriou and John Ferguson
Med J Aust 2016; 205 (11): 499-500.

Challenges in the uptake of telemedicine in dentistry.
Estai M, Kruger E, Tennant M, Bunt S, Kanagasingam Y.
Rural and Remote Health (Internet) 2016; 16: 3915. 

Reverse innovation experiences from the RAFT e-learning and telemedicine network
Caroline Perrin et al
World hospitals and Health Services 2016, 52(3): 29-33
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You have full text access to this Open Access contentPublic and patient involvement in health policy: A continuously growing field 
Kyriakos Souliotis
Health Expectations 2016, 19(6): 1171-1172

The influence of cost-per-DALY information in health prioritisation and desirable features for a registry: a survey of health policy experts in Vietnam, India and Bangladesh
Teerawattananon Y, Tantivess S, Yamabhai I, Tritasavit N, Walker D, et al
Health Research Policy and Systems 2016, 14 :86 

Impact of tailored blogs and content on usage of Web CIPHER – an online platform to help policymakers better engage with evidence from research
Makkar S, Howe M, Williamson A, Gilham F
Health Research Policy and Systems 2016, 14 :85

What are the best methodologies for rapid reviews of the research evidence for evidence-informed decision making in health policy and practice: a rapid review
Haby M, Chapman E, Clark R, Barreto J, Reveiz L, Lavis J
Health Research Policy and Systems 2016, 14 :83

New Approaches To Planning Emergency Departments
Christine Guzzo Vickery
Healthcare Design November 18, 2016

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Shaping Australian healthcare facilities for the future – a state-by-state look at some of Australia’s largest and most innovative health redevelopment projects in 2016
Health Facilities Design & Development 7 December 2016

How Design Thinking Turned One Hospital into a Bright and Comforting Place Dirk Deichmann, Roel van der Heijde
Harvard Business Review 2 December 2016

Technology makes construction efficiency a virtual reality
Jeff Ferenc
Health Facilities Management December 7, 2016
Designers exercise flexibility and creativity in new era of health care
Jeff Ferenc
Health Facilities Management December 7, 2016
Building automation moves to next level
Neal Lorenzi
Health Facilities Management  November 2, 2016
Stopping Hospital Users From Losing Theirway
Health Estate Journal November 22, 2016
The Case For Low Temperature Sterilisation
Health Estate Journal October 14, 2016 06 HEALTHCARE - AUS

In New Survey Of Eleven Countries, US Adults Still Struggle With Access To And Affordability Of Health Care
Osborn R, Squires D, Doty MM, Sarnak DO, Schneider EC
Health Affairs. 2016 [epub].

Emergency department care 2015-16: Australian hospital statistics
AIHW 17 November 2016

Health care variation: time to act
Heather A Buchan, Anne Duggan, Jenny Hargreaves, Ian A Scott and Luke Slawomirski
Med J Aust 2016; 205 (10 Suppl): S30-

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The Future of the ACA and Health Care Policy in the United States  
Gail R. Wilensky, PhD
JAMA. Published online November 28, 2016

The Affordable Care Act: Moving Forward in the Coming Years  
Lawrence O. Gostin, JD; David A. Hyman, JD, MD; Peter D. Jacobson, JD, MPH
JAMA. Published online November 28, 2016

Health care in late Qing Dynasty and Republican China: Western influences, Chinese solutions
Neville D Yeomans
Med J Aust 2016; 205 (11): 503-505.

The quality of outpatient care delivered to adults in the United States, 2002 to 2013
Levine DM, Linder JA, Landon BE
JAMA Internal Medicine. 2016;176(12):1778-90.

The 2015 emergency care reform in Poland: Some improvements, some unmet demands and some looming conflicts
Anna Sagan, et al
Health Policy 2016, 120(11): 1220–1225

The Spanish long-term care system in transition: Ten years since the 2006 Dependency Act
Luz María Peña-Longobardo, et al
Health Policy 2016, 120(11): 1177-1182

Paying for performance for health care in low- and middle-income countries: an economic perspective. 
Martin Chalkley, Andrew Mirelman, Luigi Siciliani and Marc Suhrcke. 
CHE Research Paper 140

Healthcare in Egypt: a synopsis on the system and the anticipated reforms
Salah Fakhour
World hospitals and Health Services 2016, 52(3): 21-23
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African healthcare innovation: an untapped resource?
Matthew S Prime et al
World hospitals and Health Services 2016, 52(3): 34-37
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Markets, development assistance, and access to medicines in Africa, lessons from the Affordable Medicines Facility for malaria(AMFm)
Olusoji Adeyi
World hospitals and Health Services 2016, 52(3): 3-6
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Discharge from the acute hospital: trauma patients’ perceptions of care
Lara A. Kimmel, Anne E. Holland, Melissa J. Hart, Elton R. Edwards, et al 
Australian Health Review 2016, 40(6):  625-632

Medical record keeping and system performance in orthopaedic trauma patients
Filip Cosic, Lara Kimmel and Elton Edwards
Australian Health Review 2016, 40(6): 619-624

Contrary To Popular Belief, Medicaid Hospital Admissions Are Often Profitable Because Of Additional Medicare Payments
Jeffrey Stensland, Zachary R. Gaumer, and Mark E. Miller
Health Aff December 2016 35:2282-228

Is there a role for patients and their relatives in escalating clinical deterioration in hospital? A systematic review
Albutt AK, O'Hara JK, Conner MT, Fletcher SJ, Lawton RJ
Health Expectations. 2016[epub].

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Putting the Health of Communities and Populations First  
Lynn R. Goldman, MD, MS, MPH; Shiriki K. Kumanyika, PhD, MPH; Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH
JAMA. 2016;316(16):1649

Health Information Technology Interoperability and Use for Better Care and Evidence  
Jonathan B. Perlin, MD, PhD
JAMA. 2016;316(16):1667

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The Future of Health Care Reform — Section 1332 Waivers and State-Led Reform
Phillip M. Singer, M.H.S.A.
The New England Journal of Medicine, December 8, 2016

The “Jobs to be Done” Theory of Innovation
Clayton Christensen
Harvard Business Review 8 December 2016

What roles do middle managers play in implementation of innovative practices?
Engle, Ryann L.; Lopez, Emily R.; Gormley, Katelyn E.; et al
Health Care Management Review: 2017, 42(1): 14-27

Leading in an era of value 3 key strategies for success
Maggie Van Dyke
Healthcare Executive 2016, 31(6): 20-30
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New Payment Models Drive Value Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Healthcare Executive 2016, 31(6): 64-69
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Humility Is a Leadership Virtue
Marc L. Boom, MD, FACHE
Healthcare Executive 2016, 31(6): 70-71
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Cancer screening education: can it change knowledge and attitudes among culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Queensland, Australia?
Katherine Cullerton, Danielle Gallegos, Ella Ashley, Hong Do, Anna Voloschenko, MaryLou Fleming, Rebecca Ramsey and Trish Gould
Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2016; 27(2):140-147

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How the Most Emotionally Intelligent CEOs Handle Their Power 
Annie McKee 
Harvard Business Review 8 December 2016

Design Your Employee Experience as Thoughtfully as You Design Your Customer Experience 
Denise Lee Yohn
Harvard Business Review 8 December 2016

A Simple Way to Measure Health Care Outcomes 
John Schupbach, Amitabh Chandra, Robert S. Huckman
Harvard Business Review 8 December 2016

Why Big Health Systems Are Investing in Community Health 
Taz Hussein, Mariah Collins
Harvard Business Review 6 December 2016

How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Company’s Leadership 
Megan Reitz, Michael Chaskalson
Harvard Business Review 1 December 2016

Improving On-the-Fly Teamwork in Health Care 
Melissa Valentine, Amy C. Edmondson
Harvard Business Review 1 December 2016

Evaluating the link between human resource management decisions and patient satisfaction with quality of care
Oppel, Eva-Maria; Winter, Vera; Schreyögg, Jonas
Health Care Management Review: 2017, 42(1): 53-64

Great Leaders Move Fast
Jack Zenger
Chief Learning Officer November 30, 2016

The 21st Century Cures Act — A View from the NIH
Kathy L. Hudson, Ph.D., and Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D
New England Journal of Medicine 13 December 2016

How Today's Young Businesses Are Helping Employees Cope With Stress
Larry Alton
Forbes 07 December 2016

Market structure, patient choice and hospital quality for elective patients. 
Moscelli, Giuseppe; Gravelle, Hugh Stanley Emrys; Siciliani, Luigi.
York, UK, 2016. p. 1-33 (CHE Research Paper; No. 139)

Executive Leadership and Physician Well-being: Nine Organizational Strategies to Promote Engagement and Reduce Burnout
Shanafelt TD, Noseworthy JH
Mayo Clinic proceedings. 2016 [epub].

Provider-Sponsored Health Plans: Lessons Learned over Three Decades
Richard C. Breon
Frontiers 2016, 33(1): 3-15
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The Role of a Provider-Sponsored Health Plan in Achieving Scale and Integration
Steven P. Johnson
Frontiers 2016, 33(1): 16-26
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Fostering evidence-based quality improvement for patient-centered medical homes: Initiating local quality councils to transform primary care.
Stockdale, Susan E.; Zuchowski, Jessica; Rubenstein, Lisa V.;
Health Care Management Review published online 3 December 2016

Effect of patient-centred bedside rounds on hospitalised patients’ decision control, activation and satisfaction with care
Kevin J O’Leary, Audrey Killarney, Luke O Hansen, Sasha Jones, Megan Malladi, Kelly Marks, Hiren M Shah
BMJ Qual Saf 2016;25:921-928 

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Building research and evaluation capacity in population health: the NSW Health approach
Barry Edwards, Beth Stickney, Andrew Milat, Danielle Campbell and Sarah Thackway
Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2016, 27(3):264-267

Costs And Savings Associated With Community Water Fluoridation In The United States
Joan O’Connell, Jennifer Rockell, Judith Ouellet, et al
Health Aff December 2016 35:2224-223

Population Health — A Bipartisan Agenda for the Incoming Administration from State Leaders 
C.F. Koller, T. Alexander, and S. Birch
New England Journal of Medicine 14 December 2016

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How do rural placements affect urban-based Australian junior doctors’ perceptions of working in a rural area? 
Wendy Brodribb, Maria Zadoroznyj and Bill Martin 
Australian Health Review 2016, 40(6) 655-660 

Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services framework applied to TeamSTEPPS implementation in small rural hospitals
Ward, Marcia M.; Baloh, Jure; Zhu, Xi; Stewart, Greg L.
Health Care Management Review: 2017, 42(1) : 2–13

Community assets and capabilities to recruit and retain GPs: the Community Apgar Questionnaire in rural Victoria. 
Terry DR, Baker E, Schmitz DF.
Rural and Remote Health (Internet) 2016; 16: 3990.

Validating competencies for an undergraduate training program in rural medicine using the Delphi technique.
Gouveia EAH, Braga TD, Heráclio SA, Pessoa BS.
Rural and Remote Health (Internet) 2016; 16: 3851

The time is now: setting a rural health research agenda.
Kulig J.
Rural and Remote Health (Internet) 2016; 16: 4201. 

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Inpatient Service Change: Safety or Selection?  
Vineet M. Arora, MD, MAPP; Jeanne M. Farnan, MD, MHPE
JAMA. 2016;316(21):2193

Association Between End-of-Rotation Resident Transition in Care and Mortality Among Hospitalized Patients  
Joshua L. Denson, MD; Ashley Jensen, MPA; Harry S. Saag, MD; et al
JAMA. 2016;316(21):2204

Healthy Life-Years Lost and Excess Bed-Days Due to 6 Patient Safety Incidents: Empirical Evidence From English Hospitals.
Hauck, Katharina D.; Wang, Shaolin; Vincent, Charles; et al
Medical Care 2016 [epub].

Multimethod study of a large-scale programme to improve patient safety using a harm-free care approach
Power M, Brewster L, Parry G, Brotherton A, Minion J, Ozieranski P, et al
BMJ Open. 2016;6(9):e011886.

Measuring patient safety: the Medicare Patient Safety Monitoring System (past, present, and future)
Classen DC, Munier W, Verzier N, Eldridge N, Hunt D, Metersky M, et al
Journal of Patient Safety. 2016 [epub].

Improving patient safety reporting with the common formats: common data representation for Patient Safety Organizations
Elkin PL, Johnson HC, Callahan MR, Classen DC
Journal of Biomedical Informatics. 2016;64:116-21.

Systematic review of the prevalence of medication errors resulting in hospitalization and death of nursing home residents
Ferrah N, Lovell JJ, Ibrahim JE
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2016 [epub].

Enhancing the Scientific Integrity and Safety of Clinical Trials: Recommendations for Data Monitoring Committees  
Roger J. Lewis, MD, PhD; Karim A. Calis, PharmD, MPH; David L. DeMets, PhD
JAMA. 2016;316(22):2359

A patient feedback reporting tool for OpenNotes: implications for patient-clinician safety and quality partnerships
Bell SK, Gerard M, Fossa A, Delbanco T, Folcarelli PH, Sands KE, et al
BMJ Quality & Safety. 2016 December 13, 2016.

Unwanted patients and unwanted diagnostic errors
Redelmeier DA, Etchells EE
BMJ Quality & Safety. 2017;26(1):1-3.

Identification of priorities for improvement of medication safety in primary care: a PRIORITIZE study
Tudor Car L, Papachristou N, Gallagher J, Samra R, Wazny K, El-Khatib M, et al
BMC Family Practice. 2016;17(1):160.

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Are organisational factors affecting the emotional withdrawal of community nurses?
Leila Karimi 
Australian Health Review Published online: 5 December 2016

Evaluation of the implementation of Get Healthy at Work, a workplace health promotion program in New South Wales, Australia 
Santosh Khanal, Beverley Lloyd, Chris Rissel, Claire Portors, et al
Health Promotion Journal of Australia Volume 2016, 27(3): 243-250

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Work-related factors influencing home care nurse intent to remain employed
Tourangeau, Ann E.; Patterson, Erin; Saari, Margaret
Health Care Management Review: 2017, 42(1): 87-97

Workforce redesign in the wake of aged care reforms: how Southern Cross Care is focusing on healthy ageing to drive consumer engagement
Jo Boylan
Ahead of the Aged Care Summit 2017

Underrepresented Minority Dentists: Quantifying Their Numbers And Characterizing The Communities They Serve
Elizabeth A. Mertz, Cynthia D. Wides, Aubri M. Kottek, Jean Marie Calvo, and Paul E. Gates
Health Aff December 2016 35:2190-2199

Improving The Oral Health Care Capacity Of Federally Qualified Health Centers
James J. Crall, Nadereh Pourat, Moira Inkelas, Colleen Lampron, and Richard Scoville
Health Aff December 2016 35:2216-2223

An analysis of the global pharmacy workforce capacity
Ian Bates, et al
Human Resources for Health 201614:61

Reinventing the Healthcare Workforce
Daniel B. McLaughlin
Healthcare Executive 2016, 31(6): 54-55
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 Australian Medical Research and Innovation Priorities 2016-2018
Australia’s Medical Research Advisory Board November 2016

Inactivity, smoking, obesity among risk factors that contribute to dementia
A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) shows the role vascular diseases (such as stroke) and risk factors (such as smoking and obesity) can play in contributing to dementia.
AIHW 7 December 2016 

Employers of Choice for Gender Equality: 106 leading organisations recognised
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has announced the recipients of the WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation
WGEA  8 December 2016

Getting the Board on Board: What Your Board Needs to Know About Quality and Safety
Third ed.
The Joint Commission; 2016.

Hospital Quarterly: July to September 2016
Bureau of Health Information 07 December 2016

US County-Level Trends in Mortality Rates for Major Causes of Death, 1980-2014  
Laura Dwyer-Lindgren; Amelia Bertozzi-Villa; Rebecca W. Stubbs; et al
JAMA. 2016;316(22):2385

National Scorecard on Rates of Hospital-Acquired Conditions 2010 to 2015: Interim Data From National Efforts To Make Health Care Safer
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) , 12 December 2016

Quality at a cost: QualityWatch annual statement 2016
Fisher E, O'Dowd NC, Dorning H, Keeble E, Kossarova L
London: The Health Foundation and Nuffield Trust; 2016

Cancer Incidence and Mortality Across Regions (CIMAR) books
AIHW 14 December 2016

Family violence prevention programs in Indigenous communities
AIHW 13 December 2016

Specialist homelessness services 2015-16
AIHW 15 December 2016

Youth detention population in Australia 2016
AIHW 13 December 2016

The views of children and young people in out-of-home care: overview of indicator results from a pilot national survey 2015
AIHW 12 December 2016

Healthy Communities: Overweight and obesity rates across Australia, 2014–15
AIHW 08 December 2016

Hospitalised burn injuries Australia 2013–14
AIHW 02 December 2016

Volume Thirteen 2016 – Education
This report analyses the results of the financial statement audits of the Education cluster agencies for the year ended 30 June 2016.
The NSW Auditor-General 15 December 2016

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1364.0.15.003 Modellers' Database, September Qtr 2016

1406.0.55.005 TableBuilder, User Guide

3101.0 Australian Demographic Statistics, Jun 2016

3303.0.55.002 Microdata: Mortality, Enhanced Characteristics, Australia , 2011-12 (First Issue)

3310.0 Marriages and Divorces, Australia, 2015

4512.0 Corrective Services, Australia, September quarter 2016

4727.0.55.008 Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey: Consumption of Food Groups from the Australian Dietary Guidelines, 2012-13 (Additional Information)

4727.0.55.009 Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey: Consumption of Added Sugars, 2012-13 (Additional Information)

5206.0 Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product, Sep 2016

5249.0 Australian National Accounts:  Tourism Satellite Account, 2015-16

5260.0.55.002 Estimates of Industry Multifactor Productivity, 2015-16

5302.0 Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia, Sep 2016 (Replacement Content)

5372.0.55.001 International Merchandise Trade: Confidential Commodities List, Nov 2016

5519.0.55.001 Government Finance Statistics, Australia, Sep 2016

5625.0 Private New Capital Expenditure and Expected Expenditure, Australia, Sep 2016

5671.0 Lending Finance, Australia, October 2016

5676.0 Business Indicators, Australia, Sep 2016

6202.0 Labour Force, Australia, Nov 2016

6227.0 Education and Work, Australia, May 2016

6227.0.30.001 Microdata: Education and Work, May 2016

6248.0.55.002 Employment and Earnings, Public Sector, Australia, 2015-16

6401.0.60.003 Information Paper: Making Greater Use of Transactions Data to compile the Consumer Price Index, Australia, 2016 (First Issue)

6416.0 Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities, Sep 2016

8000.0 Census of Population and Housing Destination Zones, August 2016

8412.0 Mineral and Petroleum Exploration, Australia, Sep 2016

8501.0 Retail Trade, Australia, Oct 2016

8731.0 Building Approvals, Australia, Oct 2016


9314.0 Sales of New Motor Vehicles, Australia, November 2016

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  Maynard’s work matters: critical thinking about health policy
                    Authors: Richard Cookson; Maria Goddard; Trevor Sheldon
                    Publisher: University of York, CHE
                    Year: 2016

This edited volume demonstrates the value of critcal thinking about health policy as communicated by one of the world's most influential health economics. 

Short new pieces by colleagues celebrating Professor Alan Maynard’s contributions to academic and public life are followed by a selection of his own writings on efficiency and equity, quality and outcomes, health care financing, markets and competition, workforce, primary care budget holding, pharmaceutical purchasing, and alcohol & drug abuse.

Maynard’s work matters: it matters to policy-makers, managers, practitioners and citizens, as well as to academics, and it illustrates how intellectual insight, wit and purposeful provocation can be used to achieve impact.

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