Dr. Steve Hambleton, the President of the Australian Medical Association (AMA), has said that private advocates are not required make the medical system better; rather better care is the need of the hour.
Decision has been taken and now the midwives would be able to strike deals with hospitals and other health services and that too independently. The decision, which has been approved by the Federal as well as stare governments, is getting mixed response.
As per recent reports put forth by President of the Australian Medical Association, Dr Steve Hambleton, it has been claimed that Australian government has to lay much more emphasis on health of indigenous youth.
To promote the sale of its products, SWISSE vitamins' has offered doctors with a profitable deal. On the sale of their every product to the patients, SWISSE vitamin will offer doctors an assured incentive.
But in this regards, the Australian Medical Association has raised some issues. According to the association this could result into several conflicts of interest among the patients and the medical staff.
As per the new reforms introduced in the health bill, the patients will not be getting any Medicare rebate, in case they visit the doctor for setting up their e-records.
The decision has been drastically opposed by the doctors. Moreover, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) has called out for the poor funding that the government will be giving in regards of the new reform that it has issued.
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