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A Viable Option For Extra Cataract Operations

Tuesday, 3 May 2005, 4:52 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

The Government would be wise to consider Private Hospitals as a viable and cost-effective means to deliver on their commitment to fund up to 7,500 more cataract operations over the next three years, according to the New Zealand Private Hospitals Association. More >>

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Wednesday, 16 February 2005, 3:01 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

Crisis In Aged Care Continues - Roskill Masonic Village Gone .....but still DHBNZ refuse to pass on the $18 million. More >>

Evidence of the Struggle in the Aged Care Sector

Friday, 21 January 2005, 5:13 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

The recent announcement that another Religious and Welfare provider - Methodist Mission Northern - is facing a massive deficit is just another example of a provider struggling to maintain residential services for the elderly. The fact that another provider ... More >>

Positive News at Last for the Aged Care Sector

Monday, 20 December 2004, 3:58 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

The New Zealand Private Hospitals Association (NZPHA) welcomed the announcement today of an injection of $18m to the aged residential care sector. More >>

Pay Settlement Signals Sea Change In Funding

Friday, 17 December 2004, 2:53 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

News that the NZ Nurses’ Organisation has agreed a deal for rises of up to 30% in nurse wages signals a significant shift in the health funding landscape in New Zealand according to the New Zealand Private Hospitals Association (NZPHA). More >>

Government needs to utilise capacity

Tuesday, 7 December 2004, 2:24 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

The Labour Government needs to utilise capacity in the Private Sector to help with Waiting Lists The New Zealand Private Hospitals Association (NZPHA) has reacted to the to news that the cardiothoracic waiting lists in public hospitals have again ... More >>

Labour Government does not Value Older People

Tuesday, 30 November 2004, 1:32 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

Today’s announcement that the Salvation Army is exiting from residential care of older people saddens but does not surprise the New Zealand Private Hospitals Association (NZPHA). More >>

RCNZ members endorse new organisation

Friday, 19 November 2004, 4:01 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

Members of the Residential Care New Zealand (RCNZ)) voted today to support the formation of a new organisation with New Zealand Private Hospitals Association (NZPHA). The new organisation would provide strengthened representation and advocacy, leadership ... More >>

More Evidence of Underfunding in the Aged Care

Friday, 19 November 2004, 1:18 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

Yet another rest home has been forced to close its doors due to the lack of fair and reasonable funding by the Labour Government. The current Government has not funded DHB’s sufficiently and we are now seeing the results. More >>

Further delays by Southern Cross Acknowledged

Friday, 18 January 2002, 4:22 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

Responding today to the admission by Southern Cross Healthcare that the backlog in settling claims will not be cleared for at least another month, Andrew Blair, President of the New Zealand Private Hospitals Association expressed further disappointment ... More >>

$40 Million Backlog In Health Insurance Claims

Thursday, 10 January 2002, 9:59 am | NZ Private Hospitals Association

Healthcare providers and policy holders are currently out of pocket by an estimated $40 million dollars as a backlog of unprocessed claims continues to grow at Southern Cross Healthcare, New Zealand’s major health insurer. More >>

Petition seeking fair deal for the elderly

Wednesday, 28 November 2001, 5:51 pm | NZ Private Hospitals Association

Petition seeking fair deal for the elderly to be presented tomorrow The New Zealand Private Hospitals Association supports the petition led by Wellington City Mission that will be presented tomorrow to Minister for Disability Issues, Ruth Dyson. More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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