The economic value of pathology: achieving better health, and a better use of health resources
On Tuesday April 12, 2016, Pathology Awareness Australia launched an exciting new report at a pathology laboratory in central Sydney as part of our ongoing work to build understanding of pathology in the community.
Written by the Centre for International Economics, it is the first report in Australia to take a detailed look at the financial savings and broad benefits that pathology provides to the health system and patients. Focusing on the examples of diabetes, heart disease and bowel cancer, it highlights the central role of pathology in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.
To find out more about the report's findings and to read it in full click here…
Pathology Awareness Australia Chair, John Crothers, report author from Centre for International Economics, Sarina Lacey, pathologist A/Prof Graham Jones and CEO of Diabetes NSW, Sturt Eastwood at the launch event
Lab Tour with Channel 10 Journalist Melinda Nucifora and her team