Anne-Marie Boxall Assistant Secretary

Organisation: Australian Government Department of Health

  • Harkness Fellowship
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About me

Anne-Marie is a Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice.

As assistant secretary, Long-term Health Reform Branch, with the Australian Government Department of Health, Boxall has led development of policy to support long-term health system reform in Australia and has been extensively involved in negotiating the 2020–2025 National Health Reform Agreement with states and territories.

Her experience in intergovernmental relations in Australia has been the stimulus for her Harkness Fellowship project in the United States. Boxall has worked in government, non-government, and academic sectors. She is an adjunct associate professor with the Menzies Centre for Health Policy at the University of Sydney and has published on a wide range of health policy topics for academic and non-academic audiences, including Making Medicare: The Politics of Universal Health Care in Australia (2013), which she co-authored with James Gillespie.

Boxall received her M.P.H. with Honors and her Ph.D. in health policy from the University of Sydney.

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