Despite facing opposition from food industry, the Federal Government is planning to qualify the traffic light food labels to go ahead with their procedures.
In the last couple of weeks, many cases of golden staph infections across the public hospitals of Australia have been making news. For a surprise, the two hospitals Mona Vale and Manly have been reported of having minimum cases of golden staph infections.
Stating her surmise over stamped out super clinic, Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon has shielded a Government showdown to slough a GP super clinic sworn by the Government for Darwin.
Earlier in 2010, Labor declared establishment of a super clinic worth $5 million for Darwin’s northern region during election campaigns.
In a statement, the Federal Minister for Health and Ageing, Nicola Roxon has expressed excitement over an agreement offering $3.2 million for construction of a clinic.
It seems like the controversy shrouding massive cuts of over $60 million over next three years from elective surgery budget would take its due course of time to settle down, as it’s being believed that this massive federal health cut could put the health care system of Tasmania under risk.
According to a recent announcement, health records of patients would now be kept in form of e-records. Health Minister Nicola Roxon is of the view that this new amendment shall make things much easier for the people of the area.
Excessive and inappropriate usage of to-be launched electronic health records would cost heavy penalties, said Health Minister Nicola Rixon.
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