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CHF is Australia’s leading advocate on consumer health care issues.

We work to achieve safe, good quality, timely healthcare for all Australians, supported by the best health information and systems the country can afford.

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Help shape Australia's healthcare for the better — become a member today and be a highly valued partner in the effort to make the consumer perspective a priority for decision makers.

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  • Alerts to free supporter network events
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  • Access to CHF position statements, the annual budget submission, policy submissions, information papers and project reports

The CHF Australian and New Zealand Consumer Experience and Leadership in Healthcare Summit
in Sydney — 2-3 September 2020 at the International Convention Centre.

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Consumers as leaders in health care

 

 
A voice for health consumers
Making sure consumers are part of the health conversation as effective advocates and leaders.
 
Improving the quality of health services
Working with health and social support systems to implement consumer-centred reforms that make the right kind of difference.
 
Influencing policy
Advocating consumer-centred health care to governments, health and social support systems.
 

Join Australia's Health Panel

Australia's Health Panel is a new CHF initiative that helps your voice be heard on the national stage, through timely and high quality surveys.

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What we are doing

The latest news, blogs and publications from CHF

A large majority of those who participated in a recent Australia’s Health Panel survey have expressed concern at a range of climate change impacts on health and say the government is not doing enough to counter potential harms. The Australia’s Health Panel survey, established by the Consumers...
Australia should use social prescribing to counter rising chronic health problems, according to a new report from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Consumers Health Forum (CHF). Social prescribing involves the referral of patients to non-medical activities,...

Have a health story to tell?

Patient Opinion is an independent site about your experiences of Australian health services, good or bad. They pass your stories to the right people to make a difference.

Go to patientopinion.org.au