Election 2022 scorecard on health policy Community health and wellness in the 21 st Century What the parties say Consumers Health Forum commentary on the major parties ' health policies as of 16 May 2022 - leading up to the Federal Election 21 May 2022 Response from the Australian Labor Party
CHF is aware of the government decision in the Federal Budget that the national Quality Use of Medicines (QUM) role currently fulfilled by NPS MedicineWise will transfer to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare (ACSQHC). From January 1, 2023: A number of QUM functions...
"Building a Centre of Excellence" To respond to the pressing challenges facing our health system CHF formed a Consumer Commission in 2020 to contribute ideas about the future of the Australian health and social care system in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Through this process, the Commission...
The Federal Election will be held on 21 May 2022. CHF has worked with our members and stakeholders to develop an election platform that sets out the commitments sought from the major political parties. The focus of our election platform is: “What can be changed so that each patient, carer and...
Statement of Collaborative Intent This Statement of Collaborative Intent reflects a partnership that respects the roles and responsibilities of the Consumers Health Forum of Australia (CHF) and the Health Consumer Advocacy Network of South Australia (Health CAN SA). It underpins how CHF and Health...
The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is a significant step in the recovery journey from this pandemic and many of the principles outlined in the previously released Ethical Issues Arising from the COVID-19 Pandemic must be applied to this process. With the release of Australia's COVID-19 vaccine...
An analysis of the 7th Community Pharmacy Agreement signed on 11 June 2020 in light of CHF’s recommendations.

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