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Dr Seema Bhujbal, the chief executive of the Australian Clinical Association (ACAA), told Guardian Australia that the report revealed problems with health care systems and a need to re-examine how Australia’s system of care was developed.
“What we have are people in high and low positions of leadership, in senior medical roles, and I’ve been in high management at the ACAA for over 30 years. We need to look at all those positions and ask: what are those roles? And you know what I think is going on here? There is a lot of arrogance in leadership positions.”
Bhujbal said some of the ACAA’s doctors were concerned about the lack of investment in the ACAA health system and worried that the ACAA might not support a review of ACAA guidelines, which cover doctors’ and patients’ health outcomes.
She said: “I think the ACAA will be concerned at this report because they know that there are serious structural issues that are underlying the health system here.
“What they need to do is actually sit down and talk about those structural issues, to understand how the system works, to identify how in the future a review can be done, to look at whether it’s the system that needs to be reviewed or is the health system itself the problem.”
She said it was not possible for the health system to be overhauled but rather to shift “from the culture of the ACA카지노 사이트A leadership into something that is more appropriate to the needs of Australian healthcare, with a more relevant role for Australians, particularly working parents.”
The review has been triggered by an “internal memo” that appeared to detail an “urgent need” for more evidence on ACAA guidelines for doctors and patients, along with recommendations to overhaul health care in the US.
According to the report released by the ACAA on Monday, “The ACAA expects its members to support an independent review of ACAA guidelines, as indicated by a recommendation to change the organisation’s practice guideline for doctors and to review all ACAA-specific guidelines in Australia and worldwide. Such a review should be undertaken in line with ACAA’s obligations under the principles and principles of professional responsibility and the independent review processes set b