This report describes our work to deliver the Government's long term national health plan in the financial year ending 30 June 2019. It includes information about our reforms, operations, budget, governance and performance.
Our appointments and vacancies listings as required by Senate Order 15 — Departmental and agency appointments and vacancies.
An indexed list of files created or updated by Health in the past 12 months, including our Statutory office holders and portfolio agencies — as required by Senate Order 12.
An indexed list of files created or updated by our Statutory office holders and portfolio agencies in the past 12 months as required by Senate Order 12.
The Health Portfolio Budget Statements for the 2018 to 2019 financial year outline how the Government has allocated resources to outcomes for all entities within our portfolio.
This Budget fact sheet outlines how the Government will increase the supplement paid to veterans with a mental health condition related to their service, who are receiving a home care package.Part of a collection: Budget 2019–20: Ageing and aged care
This set of 2019–20 Health Portfolio Budget fact sheets contain information related to prioritising mental health, preventive health and sport.
Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee Inquiry: Accessibility and quality of mental health services in rural and remote Australia – April 2019
An overview of the Government's increased funding for Medicare in the 2019–20 Budget, and why it is important.
This fact sheet outlines the Government's investment in primary care and why it is important.
This Budget fact sheet outlines how the Government is investing $926 million to support Australia’s doctors in their important role keeping people healthy and out of hospital, and managing what can be challenging chronic conditions for patients.