In the National Media

David Dahm in the sunDavid Dahm and Health and Life has been in the national media since 1992. We have appeared over 320 times in the national press in most of Australia’s most prestigious publications.

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Chronological List

Medical Observer, Australian Doctor and Medical Republic (reaches 110,000 per week)  stories (click on the links below):

    1. Tax nightmare looms healthcare homes
    2. Disease challenge April 2017  – the need for standards
    3. David Dahm’s innovative solution to prevent ‘bullying’  international healthcare standards and his views on the ethics board was cited in the American Journal of Physicians and Surgeons December 2016
    4. 10 lessons practices can take from corporates
    5. I stand accused of rorting Medicare. This is what it’s like
    6. Other Medical Observer articles by David Dahms?
    7. Frypan to fire’: Tax traps for GPs
    8. Copayments will spark competition
    9. $7 fee scares patients away immediately
    10. Doing it for themselves! (An inspiring story about women owning practices)
    11.  For more articles see Go to Health and Life for searchable database with over 450 national interviews and publications.

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