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AMA in Action

AMA President Dr Steve Hambleton and other AMA officials have been busy pushing forward the AMA agenda across a range of areas in the past two weeks. In addition to numerous media interviews on prominent issues including electronic health records, Stilnox sleeping pills, doctor flu vaccinations and the disclosure of drug company payments to doctors, Dr Hambleton was briefed on aspects of New Zealand’s primary health care system during a visit to the country earlier this month.

15 Jul 2012

AMA President Dr Steve Hambleton and other AMA officials have been busy pushing forward the AMA agenda across a range of areas in the past two weeks. In addition to numerous media interviews on prominent issues including electronic health records, Stilnox sleeping pills, doctor flu vaccinations and the disclosure of drug company payments to doctors, Dr Hambleton was briefed on aspects of New Zealand’s primary health care system during a visit to the country earlier this month. Dr Hambleton met with senior New Zealand Medical Association officials including chief executive officer Lesley Clarke, and held discussions with a number of primary healthcare providers including Ron Hooton, chief executive officer of ProCare Health, the staff of Rotorua Health Services, and Tim Mallory of Coast to Coast Health Care.


Published: 15 Jul 2012