May 2022 - current

The Department of Health and Aged Care (Health) has engaged a consortium, including the Consumers Health Forum, to develop a National Consumer Engagement toolkit or suite of resources. These will be used by policy makers across Health to make sure that consumers are engaged in appropriate,...

2022 - current

This project is a partnership between Nutrition Australia’s Fruit and Vegetable Consortium and CHF, supported by KPMG, the Medibank Foundation, and other organisations committed to improving the health of all Australians, by increasing their vegetable...

2022 - current

Medicare was introduced in the 1980s to provide equitable health care for all Australians. The decades that followed decades saw advancements, expanding the...

2022

The Australian Government Department of Health (Health) has engaged a consortium, including the Consumers Health Forum, to develop a National Consumer Engagement Strategy, as part of the Government’s 10 Year Preventive Health Strategy. 

Opportunities for health consumers to join this...

2021 - current

About the project

Digital Health innovations are being developed at a rapid pace and being used by Australian consumers. Many Australians have been and continue to use Telehealth to access services across the health system. Consumers are increasingly using electronic prescribing which...

2021 - current

Join the Project Advisory Committee to develop a guide for consumer representatives

  • Are you a health consumer with strong connections to your community?
  • Have you been a consumer representative or advocate in health care?
  • Would you like to inform and
  • ...
2021 - current

With evolving technology, virtual care has the chance to replace the existing provider-centric healthcare system with something new that is empowering for health consumers. But before we can get there, consumers need to be aware of the possibilities on offer and invest in them. CHF has been working with the Digital Health CRC, Deloitte Australia and Curtin University to better understand consumer expectations of virtual care in the 21st century. Find out more about the first consumer webinar with an expert panel and follow-up consumer feedback and survey. 

2021 - current

Virtual health care is driven by consumers. With evolving technology, virtual care has the chance to replace the existing provider-centric healthcare system with something new that is empowering for health consumers. But before we can get there, consumers need to be aware of the possibilities on offer and invest in them. CHF has been working with the Digital Health CRC, Deloitte Australia and Curtin University to better understand consumer expectations of virtual care in the 21st century. 

2021 - current

Virtual health care is driven by consumers. With evolving technology, virtual care has the chance to replace the existing provider-centric healthcare system with something new that is empowering for health consumers. But before we can get there, consumers need to be aware of the possibilities on offer and invest in them. CHF has been working with the Digital Health CRC, Deloitte Australia and Curtin University to better understand consumer expectations of virtual care in the 21st century. 

2021 - 2022

The Steering Committee to develop the CHF Election Platform

Applications for positions on this committee have now closed. 

Background

The next federal election is likely to be held in late 2021 or in the first half of 2022. Therefore, over the next few months, CHF will...

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