Opportunities to Reduce Regulation and Red Tape

Page last updated: 17 February 2016

The government is committed to reducing regulatory burden and red tape through the delivery of effective regulation and programmes. In delivering the regulatory reform agenda, Health will consult with a range of stakeholders to ensure that a broad variety of views are considered.



Policy Background Paper – Open for Comment

A Policy Background Paper: Reducing Regulation in the Health Portfolio, has been developed to assist with the identification of ideas for reducing regulatory and red tape burden in the health sector.

Reducing Regulation In the Health Portfolio (PDF 160 KB)
Reducing Regulation in the Health Portfolio (Word 46 KB)

Please let us know your ideas for reducing regulatory burden and red tape using the feedback submission form below.

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