Queensland’s health minister says he wants to “keep the Queensland way of life” as he prepares to release the Queensland Health Plan this month.
Key points:Health Minister Steven Miles said the plan is an “all-inclusive package” that will deliver quality health care and quality outcomes for Queenslanders”The plan includes the health, education, housing, infrastructure, transport and finance elements”Mr Miles said he had been advised to “bring back the Queensland health system””He said the package would also include a plan to deliver high quality tertiary education for Queensland children and the support for “a healthy future for Queensland”.”
The Queensland Health plan is a blueprint for the future of our health system, including the implementation of a universal primary care model,” Mr Miles said.”
We’re going to keep the Queensland approach of delivering quality care, high quality outcomes, and affordable, accessible and secure public health services to all Queenslanders.
“Mr Miles was speaking ahead of the release of the Queensland Government’s draft of the State Plan, which he said would provide the basis for future changes to health systems.
The Government’s plan is based on the idea that the future health system will need to include a wide range of services, including tertiary health, public transport and housing, transport, transport infrastructure and public health.
The plan would also deliver a “fair and balanced” system of public and private health care.”
I want the Queenslanders of the future to know that we’re a Queensland health provider,” Mr Giles said.
Topics:health,health-policy,community-and-society,diseases-and/or-disorders,community,government-and_politics,qld,australiaFirst posted April 24, 2020 21:07:20Contact Nicola De LucaMore stories from Queensland