Canterbury’s HealthPathways tool has gone live in Auckland
Much of the debate with TPPA comes from confusion about the specifics of patent laws, says Pharmac CEO Steffan Crausaz.
Risk is greatest for osteoarthritis patients in the first month after procedure, say researchers
The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal’s decision regarding the Auckland doctor Daniel Quistorff who signed fake medical notes has been released publicly
'Making an FOI request sounds benign enough, but its effects on individual recipients can be traumatic
The 2010/11 earthquakes smashed the Canterbury DHB but it rose back up, and has been celebrated for its successes. Recently, however, the Government hit the pause button on the DHB’s funding plans
Territory, funding streams and incompatible personalities are three reasons why GPs at competing general practices come to blows. Reynald Castaneda delves into a few fights and explores some solutions
When South Westland GP Martin London passed the mantle to Jenny James and Robin Barraclough, he advised them not to try to follow in his footsteps but to make their own
Gerald Young is a GP who, by his own admission, operates outside the box
Customer reviews are increasing in popularity thanks to greater use of mobile phones and social media. And it seems like general practice is not an exception. Reynald Castaneda reports
The drug abuse, the dysfunction, the smell... It's no cakewalk caring for our most troubled people but doing so is a privilege for some
NZMA chair Stephen Child looks at the wider of issues of professionalism, unity among medics and what patient-centredness might look like in general practice.
He talks to Mobile Health general manager Mark Eager
Rural health gives extra impetus to those who want to innovate, integrate and collaborate, writes Kate Stark
Ian Powell provides a little history of structural change gone wrong in the land of DHBs and sees less enthusiasm for mergers
Labour health spokesperson Annette King visited Scotland, population 5.3 million, to see how a country with roughly the same number of people as Aotearoa provides primary health serives
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