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Community engagement key in remote Australian pharmacy

Pharmacist Mick Delaney is co-owner of Thursday Island Pharmacy, one of the most remote pharmacies in Australia.

How GPs can deal with online health advice sites

More and more patients are seeking answers to their health queries online. What can those in the medical profession do to ensure their patients receive top quality help?

CEO Seat: Dr Jane Thomason on giving back

Public health expert Dr. Jane Thomason has spent 30 years in the field. We asked her to share the highlights.

Iraqi asylum seeker turned-surgeon helps Australia's war-wounded walk again

This Iraqi surgeon came to Australia via a detention centre. See how he’s now using robots to help war vets walk.

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Ceo Seat: Trish Hogan on transforming Pindara Private Hospital

This hospital CEO has overseen more than $110 million of redevelopment. We took a few minutes to have a Q & A with her.

Telstra’s huge play in eHealth

Telstra has invested heavily in e-health. Find out what this means for healthcare professionals, patients and pharmacists.

Taking aged care expertise to China

The Royal District Nursing Service has been in China for a few years now. Find out what they’ve learned.

Road from practitioner to designer

Comfortable and supportive shoes aren’t usually good looking. This podiatrist saw a gap in the market and jumped in with both feet.

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Managing the rising cost of an ageing population

Keeping our ageing population healthy and out of hospital is good for society. It also can be good for business, here’s why.

Meet the man with his finger on the pulse of property investment

Thinking of investing in property for healthcare? Dean Crozier shares his expertise on what to look for and what to avoid

Marketing-savvy physio brings flexible thinking and fresh energy to aged care

From a spare bedroom business to 220 employees, in 13 years this couple created one of the largest one-stop-shops for allied health services.

How Eureka is making retirement more comfortable

This businessman thought that retirement living options were too expensive for most. Here’s what he did to make it affordable, and turn a profit too.

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Hospital boss attributes health of her career to great mentors

Mentoring in the healthcare industry isn’t just about achievement. It can be a cornerstone for building resilience and reducing depression in the workplace.

GPs take on the role of managing multidisciplinary care

What will GPs of the future look like? For starters, they’re going to be much more involved in managing teams of different types of practitioners.

From pet project to successful vet practice

Dr Sarah Goldsmid quadrupled the size of her practice premises in the middle of the GFC. Here she talks about challenges, risks and her passion for surgery.

Eyes through the sky

How do you test for blindness in remote communities? Find out how this innovator took tele-medicine into the outback, and beyond.

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Experience and personal passion drive new Head of NAB Health

The new head of NAB Health brings personal passion and excitement about the future of healthcare. Here he shares both.

Entrepreneurial medico thinks outside convention to stitch up lucrative new markets

This suburban doctor now has several stand-alone enterprises – and he thinks other medicos are well placed to branch out as well.

Combining great healthcare with expert business skills

Dr Jesse Green’s first dental practice burnt him out. Now he’s got the formula for less stress and more profit, and he’s sharing it.

Australia-China healthcare opportunities

China is investing in their healthcare sector, and is extremely interested in Australian medical expertise. What could this mean for you?

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A practice manager takes care of the business

How much difference can hiring a practice manager make? See what it did for this medical centre in South Australia.

Throat Scope: One little idea that lit up the world

Jennifer Holland, Throat Scope inventor, founder and CEO discusses her start-up business journey and how after seven years of persistence and determination her invention has gone global with distribution to 140 countries and counting.

Hearing test game sounds like a winner

Carolyn Mee of cmee4 Productions discusses her motivations behind Sound Scouts, a hearing test app for school aged children.

The challenges and the rewards of being a leader in healthcare

An early love of horses almost led Western Health CEO Alex Cockram to become a veterinarian but her great interest in people’s lives, motivations and their resilience inspired her into psychiatry. It’s what’s still inspiring her today.

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Big data heats up the health sector

A commitment to big data is helping the NSW Ministry of Health not only save costs but save lives, from identifying patterns early to ultimately reducing the number of people who end up in the emergency department.

Mergers and acquisitions are reshaping healthcare

Across the health and aged care industry there is a continuing trend towards consolidation through mergers and acquisition. NAB’s John McCarthy discusses the impact of this trend and how to prepare for a merger or sale.

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