From doctor-led to patient-centred: redefining the future of work and delivery of care
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Professor Lisa Nissen from the Centre for the Business and Economics of Health (CBEH) discusses the EvolveHealth program and how it aims to address some of these pressing medical challenges for both the workforce and patients ..read more
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Improving emergency department waiting times with machine learning
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Dr Anton Pak saw a persistent problem in emergency departments at public hospitals and is working with Associate Professor Andrew Staib to use machine learning to forecast emergency department waiting times ..read more
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Medical Research Future Funds awarded to CBEH researchers
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Announcement | CBEH researchers, both leading and supporting projects, were among those who were awarded Medical Research Future Funds in early 2023 ..read more
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How health economics can help radiology show value
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ANNOUNCEMENT | Adjunct Associate Professor Nick Brown is a busy clinician, but he sees the value of investing in health economics to ensure that healthcare consumers and purchasers can access high-value care ..read more
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Pain without pay: Injured workers take on insurance giants
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1y ago
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE | Queensland workers’ compensation scheme statistics show that, from 2020 to 2021, more than 94,000 statutory claims were made across the state, up 4.9 per cent from the previous year. Professor Luke Connelly comments on insurers requiring claimants to be reassessed ..read more
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Accelerating health workforce optimisation
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ANNOUNCEMENT | Professor Stephen Birch is leading an intense multidisciplinary 5-year program to optimise the health workforce, redefining the future of work in the Australian healthcare sector ..read more
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Landmark study links post-natal depression and low income
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1y ago
ARTICLE | Professor Brenda Gannon conducted a longitudinal study of Queensland families and found women on lower incomes are more likely to suffer with pre and post-natal depression ..read more
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Cutting costs, while adding years to mother and baby
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STUDY | Screening Australian women for gestational diabetes would lead to long-term cost efficiencies, as well as improved health outcomes, according to a study by The University of Queensland and Mater Research ..read more
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Is Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) the ‘solution’ to end-of-life care?
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WEBINAR | Five Australian states have passed Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) legislation – but is it the 'solution' to current end-of-life care shortcomings ..read more
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New future focused research to improve public health programmes
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1y ago
ARTICLE | CBEH researchers Professor Stephen Birch and Professor Luke Connelly are aiming to develop new economic models to make health care planning more future-focused and equitable ..read more
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