National Health Reform Agreement 2011
(b) this agreement is indicated according to the method defined by the Commission committee in accordance with subsection 2; and National Health Reform Amendment (National Health Performance Authority) Act 2011 (f) a public/territorial authority with health functions; 4. When a person acts as CEO of the performance authority under a designation in paragraph 1, the performance authority may not appoint anyone to the position of CEO of the benefits authority, pursuant to section 94, paragraph 1, of the National Health Reform Act 2011. 1. This section applies to a national accreditation system established by the Commission in accordance with paragraph 9, paragraph 1, point l). Standards established in accordance with paragraph (e) above are suitable for implementation as national clinical standards; (e) other organizations or organizations providing health services. (m) consultation and cooperation with other individuals, organizations and governments on the safety and quality of health care; (a) a written agreement between the Commonwealth and one or more states or territories; or the price regulator may inform the Commonwealth of adjustments to Commonwealth funding for health services that would be required to implement final recommendations on cross-border litigation, if: (1) If an intergovernmental agreement is relevant to the performance of a price regulator function, the price control authority must take into account the agreement when fulfilling that function. (d) a doctor who is not covered by points (a), b) or c). 3. A member of the benefits authority (with the presidency or vice-president) is appointed, with the agreement of the National Health Reform Amendment (Independent Hospital Pricing Authority) Act 2011 (No. 139, 2011) (i) within two months of the legal agreement on the number of health services concerned; or (2) The benefits authority may grant the CEO of the benefits authority leave of absence, which is not the rest leave, on the terms of remuneration or in any other way set by the benefits authority with the written consent of the Minister. 58A…….
The role of state and territory health ministers as health system managers. 45 (i) the safety of health care provided during the year; and a law on national health system reform and other purposes (ii) the safety and quality of delivery of health services; and (2) Through the creation of the Price Control Authority, Parliament intends to implement the agreement between the Commonwealth, States and Territories to establish an independent and transparent advisory body on the financing of public hospitals.