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A vision and 10-year strategy for health in Queensland

My health, Queensland's future: Advancing health 2026

My health, Queensland's future: Advancing health 2026 (Advancing health 2026) (PDF 1.3MB) articulates a 10-year vision and strategy for Queensland's health system.

View a snapshot of the strategy (PDF 709kB).

Queensland already has a health system that performs well and provides high-quality services. However, like health systems everywhere, it is facing significant challenges. These include an ageing population, increases in the incidence of chronic diseases, and the need for smarter healthcare delivery. Advancing Health 2026 has been produced to outline aspirations for how the entire Queensland health system can support Queenslanders to maintain and improve health and wellbeing into the future.

The vision

By 2026 Queenslanders will be among the healthiest people in the world.

The directions

  1. Promoting wellbeing—Improving the health of Queenslanders, through concerted action to promote healthy behaviours, prevent illness and injury and address the social determinants of health.
  2. Delivering healthcare—The core business of the health system and improving equitable access to quality and safe healthcare in its different forms and settings.
  3. Connecting healthcare—Making the health system work better for consumers, their families and communities by tackling the funding, policy and delivery barriers.
  4. Pursuing innovation—Developing and capitalising on evidence and models that work, promoting research and translating it into better practice and care.

Advancing health 2026 oversight committee

The Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services has established, and chairs, a committee to oversee Advancing health 2026 and its progress. The committee includes representatives from across Queensland's health system, research and academia, local government, and health consumers.

For further information, view the committee's communiques:

Logan Community Health Action Plan

Launched in 2017, the initial two-year Logan Community Health Action Plan (CHAP) comprised of a range of tailored programs to improve the health and wellbeing of the Logan community. Collectively, the programs are showing real results for the Logan community.

The Logan CHAP has been extended for a further two years to 30 June 2021. Continuation of the plan will ensure the momentum generated over the first two years continues to result in improved health outcomes for the people of Logan.


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Last updated: 10 October 2017