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Bega Hospital Statement

2017-12-08T02:55:21+11:00November 10th, 2016|News, Resources|

Since the inception of the Rural Doctors’ Settlement Package in 1988, Bega Hospital has been named within the hospitals eligible for that package. RDANSW believes that it remains as such. The newly named South East Regional Hospital (Bega) is located in a Modified Monash (MM) 5 region, thus more rural than most of [...]

Private Health Insurance Consultation – Submission

2018-01-23T12:27:54+11:00October 24th, 2016|Resources|

1. The Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons (ASOS) maintains that by any measure, Australia enjoys high standards of orthopaedic medical treatment and hospital care due to high standards of training in orthopaedic surgery and related specialties, innovation in medical technology, and an established public and private hospital system. Most importantly, Australians have a choice [...]

Mandatory update training

2017-12-08T03:09:39+11:00March 7th, 2016|News, Resources|

Mandatory update training for assessors of permanent impairment in the NSW workers compensation system The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) has gazetted the NSW workers compensation guidelines for the evaluation of permanent impairment 4th edition (the Guidelines). The Guidelines will replace the 3rdedition (published in 2009) for assessments of permanent impairment conducted on [...]

Prosthesis listing and reimbursement process – Private Health Insurance Review

2017-12-08T10:21:38+11:00January 15th, 2016|Resources|

Dr Paul Stalley's letter regarding prosthesis listing and reimbursement process starts with "I would like to respond to each of the comments that The Department of Health has put forward in the document regarding “Issues for consideration at a round table on private health insurance, November 2015.” The issues for discussion are [...]

Position Statement from the Australian Knee Society on Arthroscopic Surgery of the Knee

2018-01-23T12:37:36+11:00September 29th, 2015|Resources|

AOA Position Statement Position Statement from the Australian Knee Society on Arthroscopic Surgery of the Knee, with particular reference to the presence of Osteoarthritis. In preparing the following evidence based document, the Australian Knee Society, on behalf of the Australian Orthopaedic Association, has combined the individual clinical expertise of its members with the [...]

Orthopaedic surgeons call on Government to abolish cap on self-education costs

2017-11-06T17:56:45+11:00August 9th, 2013|News|

By Nicki Bourlioufas Orthopaedic surgeons are protesting against the Federal Government’s plan to cap annual work-related education expense tax deductions at $2,000 from 1 July 2015 for non-employed independent professionals. While the Federal Government recently delayed the introduction of the self-education tax deduction cap from July 2014 until July 2015, [...]

The Economy and the Health Budget

2017-11-06T19:02:50+11:00April 12th, 2013|Resources|

A presentation to ASOS by Roger Kilham (Director, Kilham Consulting) This is a summary document. A pdf copy of the original document with graphics and full text is available for download Review: 25th Anniversary of the Doctor's Dispute:economy_health_budget Today I'll chat about the world economy, the Australian economy, the Federal [...]

Thyroid Cancer and Disease Research Inquiries

2017-11-06T17:04:39+11:00April 12th, 2013|Press Releases|

All inquiries for research and information about thyroid cancer and thyroid disease in Orthopaedic Surgeons, doctors and or nurses, can be directed to Dr Peter Dewey, Research Co-ordinator, Australian Orthopaedic Association, PO Box 12, Arncliffe NSW 2205, Australia. Dr Dewey is particularly interested in medical practitioners and nurses who have [...]

25th Anniversary of the Doctor’s Dispute

2017-11-06T19:08:00+11:00April 12th, 2013|Resources|

The 1984 Doctor's Dispute left an indelible mark on Australian society and in particular on the psyche of health care decision makers at all levels. Unlike elsewhere, Australian doctors had demonstrated that they were not prepared to be walked over and lose their ability to treat patients to the highest [...]

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