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Health Ombudsman releases report into medicine regulation in Queensland

A Health Ombudsman investigation has found deficiencies in the management and regulation of the most potent and addictive drugs used in the Queensland health system.

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Health Ombudsman releases performance report for 2015–16

Queenslanders are making more complaints about health services than ever before, with 5435 complaints—a 28 per cent year-on-year increase—made to the Office of the Health Ombudsman (OHO) in 2015–16.

Health Ombudsman Leon Atkinson-MacEwen said feedback from the public indicated the unprecedented rise was due to increased confidence in the health service complaints management system in Queensland since the introduction of the Office of the Health Ombudsman in 2014.

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July 2016 performance data – Office of the Health Ombudsman

The Office of the Health Ombudsman (OHO) has released its latest monthly performance report showing 502 complaints were made to the health service complaints agency in July.

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Health Ombudsman fears under-reporting of sexual assaults

The state’s Health Ombudsman has expressed concern over a possible under-reporting of sexual assaults involving massage therapists in Queensland.


April performance data – Office of the Health Ombudsman

April monthly reporting data shows that the Office of the Health Ombudsman (OHO) received more than twice as many health service complaints in April this year, than it did in April 2015.

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