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VHA responds to Victorian public hospital audits

Posted 26 February 2015

The Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) has released the results of the financial audits of Victoria’s public hospital sector, made up of 87 public hospitals and 23 associated entities. The VHA has published a member bulletin summarising VAGO's findings.

In an Age newspaper article, the VHA has also highlighted the challenges faced by health service boards and senior management in fulfilling their responsibilities within a funding model determined by government, especially with respect to maintaining and replacing minor capital equipment.

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This will also be a focus of the VHA state budget submission 2015-16.

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