The government of Queensland has released blueprints of the state's healthcare system. This step is taken for assigning a greater share to the private sector in the healthcare of the state
The Newman and Health Minister of Queensland Premier Campbell, Lawrence Springborg has addressed 80,000 health staff of Queensland with his idea on a pre-recorded broadcast on Wednesday Morning.
The report that extends up to 48 pages showed evidence that the delivery of the public sector infrastructure is much more costly than that of private sector for similar kind of work. The report suggested that a total of $2 billion will be the amount that would be invested in the projects of health infrastructure and capital grants in 2012/13. Most of the projects would be made through arrangements with the public sector.
The Expressions of interest for constructing a surgical procedures centre at the Royal Children's Hospital in Brisbane will be welcomed in October, said the reports. The construction is proposed to be done by 2016. It is also said that the Sunshine Coast University Hospital might also get into a partnership with the private sector under similar clause as the Mater Hospital in Brisbane.
As per the reports, the expanded explanations of the blue prints will be given a Liberal National Party fundraiser in Brisbane on Wednesday. The entry tickets to the event will cost $200 per person.
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