A growing problem in health care is that many highly competent health professionals, even in senior roles, struggle unnecessarily with feeling incompetent.
If a crisis struck your organisation, what would you do? Competent leaders can be undone in a crisis, affecting both their business and personal reputation.
In a landmark decision, a man was fined $120K for deliberately misleading elderly patients by presenting unqualified people as health practitioners.
Running the Purple House dialysis centres in remote Central Australia is not easy, but Sarah Brown is not your standard CEO. She shares her leadership journey.
Health contact centres provide advice to the Australian public 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A new Australian standard helps ensure consistency and safety.
Bupa is alleged to have charged fees for extra services that it did not provide, or only partially provided, in 21 aged-care homes across Australia.
It was the people who believed in HISA CEO Dr Louise Schaper who gave her the confidence to believe in herself.
For years, gynecologist and obstetrician Dr Emil Gayed, and the health system, failed his patients. We review the case and its implications for hospitals.
We summarise the key budgetary measures being offered to the health- and aged-care sectors.
A man who presented himself as a registered pharmacist has been convicted and fined $24,000, and is required to pay $15,000 in legal costs.
Cancer Council Australia's new guidelines includes new recommendations to tackle Australia's second-biggest cancer killer.
We can trace an apple back to its grower, but not medical products back to patients. Traceability needs to be a focus of our healthcare system.
Soon new international standards will replace the existing Australian ones. We outline the key changes and how they can help save lives.
The new Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) Act is designed to make it easier for the seriously ill to end their lives; but implementing it may be challenging.