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Ipsos Executive Director
April 27, 2011
11.30am - 1.30pm
"Australia's Health System - Reviewing the Past and Predicting the Future"
Healthcare is, and will forever remain, one of the biggest social policy challenges facing political leaders.
Globally, it rates as the fifth most important national
concern after unemployment, poverty and social
inequality, corruption and crime, and violence. It touches all of us at some point in our lives, requires
ongoing financial support from Government and Industry, and, owing to shifting
political and technological sands, is in a constant state of legislative
Ipsos is uniquely placed to comment on the industry:
1) For 24 years we’ve been speaking to Australians about these very issues. Our biennial Ipsos Health Care & Insurance Australia Report is a comprehensive consumer based review of the public and private health industry in Australia. Recognized as the industry ‘Bible’, since 1987 we’ve been providing insights into Australians' thoughts and behaviour on key health and health insurance matters to Government and the Private Sector. Our 2011 report is currently in development.
2) In addition, Ipsos recently completed a report examining global perceptions of healthcare across more than 20 countries, including the United Kingdom, the US, Canada, Japan, Sweden, India, Russia, China and Germany. Our global report reveals key consumer perception drivers, compares health care as a priority issue by country, and quantifies system satisfaction by nation.
Ipsos’ presentation ‘Australia’s Health System – reviewing the past and predicting the future’ will cover changes to the health industry landscape since 1987, discussing specifically:
- The big picture – how does citizen sentiment in Australia compare to the rest of the world
- Learnings from the last two decades; implications for future
- Shifting political and legislative sands – and how these impact citizen attitudes and behavior
- Trends during the ‘good times’ – the naughties
- State comparisons – public opinion of state hospital systems as seen by all adult Australians and admitted patients
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