HEALTH

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

New research shows anxiety is on the rise

Thanks to collaboration, groundbreaking hubs are connecting community, medicine, industry and academia – and creating opportunity.

Wherever you look, the future is about technology – the way we invest, care for our health and even how we grow our food. We take a look at where technology might take us in 2019.

There are good reasons to join forces with like-minded medical practitioners – but there are challenges to consider, too. NAB Health’s Tim Daha and Stephen Power take a look at the pros and cons of corporate medicine.

A strong first half and continuing near term momentum but slowing into the medium term.

Our wellbeing is up, but Australia lags behind the UK and we’re still time poor with some of us willing to pay up to $131 for an extra hour in our day.

We discuss the future of health and why failure to innovate nowadays isn’t an option.

In a Victorian first, Sacred Heart Mission and the Victorian Government recently launched the state’s first Social Impact Investment, an innovative financing structure that supports positive social change.

Our expectation for the Australian economy is that GDP will increase by just under 3.0% in 2018 and 2019.

Cost increases remain the single biggest challenge facing businesses within the health industry, with NAB’s latest report card showing that revenue pressures and compliance and regulation are among the biggest challenges facing the industry.

A survey of more than 100 Australian health practitioners found an interesting mix of contentment and concern. It appears practitioners are torn between mounting challenges and exciting opportunities.

Passion, history, ambition. There can be many reasons business owners follow their dream. We asked five company heads to explain their ‘why’.

NAB is determined that our country’s small and medium sized enterprises, our country’s engine room, can embrace opportunities in the years ahead. For the health sector, we believe it’s a matter of ‘go forth and grow’.

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