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Healthy Futures 2013-2030: NACCHO 10 point plan

by National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

Report
Year 2013
City Canberra
Institution National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation
Date June 2013

Abstract

The plan aims to achieve equality of health status and life expectancy between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians by 2030. It is based on evidence, targeted to need and capable of addressing the existing inequalities in health services.

The 10 points of the plan are:

  • invest in the Aboriginal community controlled health sector
  • deliver innovative comprehensive primary health care
  • Aboriginal health leadership
  • partnership
  • health system reform
  • health finance
  • health workforce
  • health infrastructure
  • research and data
  • accountability, reporting, monitoring and evaluation.

This ten point plan was released by the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) for a period of growth, targeted from 2013-2030.

Abstract adapted from National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

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