An Infrastructure News article.
The Government will reform New Zealand’s entire health system and scrap DHBs in place of one national organisation, but experts question whether these changes will properly address the issues in our healthcare industry.
More than eight decades of health reform have failed, and the current landscape of public and private healthcare interests is unstable, say New Zealand researchers Murray Horn and Des Gorman. Future reform must improve equality of access and outcome, they say.
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