Improving healthcare policy and practice

From generating significant savings in the Australian healthcare budget to implementing cost-efficient solutions to better treat and prevent serious disease, our research continues to drive change effective change, both nationally and internationally. MenziesHIQ researchers focus on translating research findings into better healthcare policy, practice and decision making.

Key research areas

Centre for Applied Health Economics

The Centre for Applied Health Economics at Griffith University undertakes economic research to deliver safe, effective and efficient healthcare solutions that are responsive to consumer preferences and improve quality of life.

Changing Evaluation Systems (CHESS)

Changing Evaluation Systems (CHESS) identifies the challenges in the health system and co-designs person-centered, integrated and holistic models of care, encouraging the use of primary care as the home point of coordination. CHESS supports the evolution of the health care system by evaluating service delivery models that aim to improve client care and inform best practice.

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Contact the Menzies Health Institute Queensland team