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Victoria to overhaul health system after hospital safety review over baby deaths

Review ordered after 11 newborn and stillborn deaths at Bacchus Marsh hospital were found to have been potentially avoidable Victoria’s health department is not giving quality and safety in healthcare the attention it needs to protect patients from harm, a hard-hitting review of hospital safety, published on Friday, has said. The findings have prompted Victoria’s health minister, Jill Hennessy, to announce an overhaul of the state’s health system.
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