Health Providers' Partnership Forum

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The Health Providers' Partnership Forum (HPPF) meets regularly to discuss health matters relating to veterans. The forum allows us to collaborate and work with peak bodies from the health sector. 

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What the forum does

The HPPF provides peak bodies with access to relevant DVA program managers.

The forum ensures that we have access to expert advice and evidence-based research.

Using the advice, research and our own strategic priorities, we develop:

  • veteran health policy
  • service delivery arrangements

Forum agendas draw on:

  • health sector input
  • discussions with DVA business areas
  • findings from other groups

We continue to meet with professional associations outside the formal forum meetings.

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Who is on the forum

Meeting attendees can include:

  • standing members from DVA and the ex-service community
  • interested health organisations and associations

A representative from the National Consultation Framework forum provides the ex-service organisation's (ESOs) and veterans' perspective.

We invite peak body associations on our health sector database.

To find out if your association participates please contact the secretariat.

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Meetings

If the chair cannot attend a meeting then the deputy chair will run it.

The forum is a consultative group and decides issues by consensus. If this is not possible, the chair decides.

The forum meets 3 or 4 times a year. The chair may schedule extra meetings if they are necessary. 

Next meeting: 22 March 2024.

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Contact details

If you would like to propose an agenda item, please submit a completed coversheet:

Send correspondence to one of the following:

  1. by email to: providerengagement [at] dva.gov.au
  2. by mail to:

HPPF Secretariat
Department of Veterans' Affairs
GPO Box 9998
BRISBANE QLD 4001

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Terms of Reference

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Meeting summaries

2023

2022

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