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It is generally accepted that Australia will continue to experience increasing demand for health care workers at a rate that will challenge Australiaâ€TMs education and service delivery systems without significant change to its approach to workforce development and sourcing.

Medi-Heads together with its clients will define the personnel requirements and skills needed for each and every medical location.

Medi-Heads is one of a new breed of wholesale boutique companies who can offer a sourcing solution for health care organisations who maybe struggling to find highly skilled specialist medical workers in the Australian environment.

We are pleased to advise that these specialist skilled health care workers are certainly available in other countries like The Philippines and as such we have created strong pipelines that can bring these skilled quality individuals to Australia.

The ability of Australia to attract international workers is expected to be challenged given a range of factors beyond the control of the Federal and State health systems. These include the strength of A$ strategies adopted by other nations to recruit international health workers, and strategies adopted by other nations to address the historical drain of health workers from less developed nations to developed nations such as from the Philippines to Israel, UK and the USA.

The issue is far from unique to Australia. All across the world, the ageing population and a advent of large Medical centres and Super Hospitals is causing a mass shortage of true medical expertise at most levels. How can Health Sector organisations let alone economies continue to grow if the requisite skills arenâ€TMt there to keep the wheels of that industry sector in motion?

The burden of disease in the Australian population is contributing to the demand for health services and is driven by the ageing population, environmental and lifestyle factors. Chronic diseases such as type II diabetes and coronary heart disease, and complex care needs associated with illnesses in older age Australian such as dementia, contribute to the increasing demand for services. Together with other diseases not solely associated with old rage such as cancer, anxiety, depression and asthma all contribute to the requirements of a particular skill mix are within the health workforce and new models of care.

Workforce shortages pose significant challenges for health of decision-makers in addressing these expectations, with a lengthy waiting times in an emergency department, ambulance bypass and difficulties in getting an appointment to see a GP create a strong imperative for action.

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