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Victorian Health Priorities Framework 2012-2022: Metropolitan Health Plan

Australia Department of Health, Victorian Government Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Australia, Victoria 31 December 2012 Policy document health service

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The Victorian Health Priorities Framework 2012–2022: Metropolitan Health Plan provides seven priority areas for the development and operation of the Victorian health system for the future:

— Developing a system that is responsive to people’s needs
—Improving every Victorian’s health status and experiences
— Expanding service, workforce and system capacity
— Increasing the system’s financial sustainability and productivity
— Implementing continuous improvements and innovation
— Increasing accountability and transparency
— Utilising e-health and communications technology.


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