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The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 2 covers regional areas.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 7 covers very remote communities.
A Budget 2022–23 fact sheet.
This review examines whether delivering aged care services in regional and remote areas through Multi-Purpose Services (MPS) is an effective model. It contains a number of recommendations for the program.
This annual report covers the commissioner’s activities from 1 July 2020 to 31 June 2021.Part of a collection: Office of the National Rural Health Commissioner publications
Use our workforce locator map to check the geographical classification of any location in Australia. The map can tell you if a location is classified as city, rural or remote. It identifies areas that need more doctors.
In 2021, MPS providers had the opportunity apply for a grant to undertake minor capital projects that directly related to the provision of residential aged care.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 6 covers remote communities.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 5 covers small rural towns.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 4 covers medium rural towns.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 3 covers rural towns.
This final report from Australian Healthcare Associates (AHA) outlines the results of a review into selecting special needs specialisations within the My Aged Care system's Find a Provider tool. It also discusses developing a framework to verify specialisations and research on ways to do this.
Evaluation of the COAG Section 19(2) exemptions initiative – improving access to primary care in rural and remote areas final report
Evaluation of the COAG Section 19(2) Exemptions Initiative – Improving Access to Primary Care in Rural and Remote Areas Final Report
This statement from the Hon Mark Coulton MP outlines the commissioner’s roles and responsibilities in improving rural health outcomes to 30 June 2022.
This report from the National Rural Generalist Taskforce provides a guide to discussions with Governments, professional bodies and health services when considering the implementation of a national rural generalist pathway.
The RHMT program aims to improve the recruitment and retention of health professionals in rural and remote Australia. This framework outlines the program's parameters and core requirements.