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The NSW government has opened an expression of interest to the new regional health advisory body, and NSW farmers are encouraging members to apply. The Regional Advisory Group of Ministers of Health is a new body set up to advise the Minister of Regional Health, the Minister of Health and their Secretary on the state of health in the regional NSW. Regional Health Minister Broni Taylor said the group will play a key role as the state government seeks to create better health outcomes for regional or rural residents – especially important now that hospitals are struggling with staff shortages. “This panel will give people working in rural and regional health, as well as those living in the regions, the opportunity to be directly involved in shaping the future of their health care system,” Ms. Taylor said. RELATED “The panel will enhance engagement with the community and promote true principles of collaborative design in the development of health services in the regional New Wales”. Murray member Helen Dalton was less confident of the program’s potential success, suggesting it was another exercise in bureaucracy that would shift the blame. “We have local health advisory councils that need to give feedback, but they are almost just to put a tick. They are not in favor of what needs to be done,” she said. “I don’t know what we have to do to make them understand that this is not enough … No one takes any responsibility. If I go to Brad Hazard, he will tell me to go to Bronie Taylor and she will deviate I will go back to Hazard.” . “I’m just wondering how she’s going to make significant changes.” READ MORE Ms. Dalton added her own ideas for improving regional health, including financial reforms to attract doctors to the bushes and rapid international accreditation of doctors. “I think the government and the federal government should immediately speed up the accreditation of doctors abroad. Reduce red tape and move them to the regions and rural areas. ” “Something needs to change. We know that our life expectancy is five years less than that of our urban counterparts, this statistic is staggering.” Ms. Dalton also suggested that Ms. Taylor would face pressure due to the upcoming publication of the Regional Health Investigation, which is currently scheduled for publication on May 5. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the public. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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