Submissions

Submissions are prepared on behalf of and in consultation with members and are aimed at driving change to legislation and State and Commonwealth policy.

  • 25.01.19

Submission: Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System TORs

The VHA provided input into the Terms of Reference for the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System.

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  • 03.01.19

Submission: Commonwealth Budget 2019-20

The VHA calls on the Australian Government to focus health investment in the 2019-20 Budget on the following five areas: promotion and prevention, aged care, rural health, dental, National Disability Insurance Scheme, and data.

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  • 07.12.18

Submission: Residential care offline places review

VHA submission into the residential care offline places review.

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  • 05.10.18

Submission: Consultation on the draft Charter of Aged Care Rights

The VHA has prepared formal feedback on the draft Charter of Aged Care Rights for submission to the Commonwealth Department of Health.

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  • 05.10.18

Submission: Joint Standing Committee Inquiry into Market Readiness for the Provision of Services under the NDIS

Submission made by the VHA into the Joint Standing Committee Inquiry into Market Readiness for the Provision of Services under the NDIS.

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  • 16.03.18

Submission: Aged care workforce strategy

The VHA has contributed ideas and made suggestions on key considerations for each strategic imperative to inform the development of the strategy relating to public sector providers of aged care.

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  • 08.01.18

Submission: Victorian Budget 2018-19

The VHA’s State Budget 2018-19 recommendations are focused on a range of separate but interlinked areas, encompassing workforce, innovation, digital health, funding, managing demand and supporting care, and infrastructure.

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  • 08.01.18

Submission: Commonwealth Budget 2018-19

The VHA calls on the Australian Government to ensure its 2018-19 Budget supports Australians, regardless of age, socio-economic status, ability or place of residence, to access safe, high-quality public healthcare. 

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