Fair Work Commission publishes enterprise agreements on this website. To reduce capital, some boards used funds to cover operating expenses in 2017/18, including the replacement of basic infrastructure, which continued from the previous year. We expect overall financial developments in 2018/2019 to be similar to 2017/18, with a further reduction in capital in 2018/19, before equity stabilizes in the coming years, in line with our five-year financial plan. If you are wanted and cannot reach an agreement, the Australian Health Regulatory Agency (AHPRA), which has worked in partnership with the 15 National Boards, has achieved a result in line with expectations for 2017/18 as part of our multi-year approach to ensuring sustainable financial agreements. 2017/18 with equity of $68.996 million at June 30, 2018, a decrease of $11.759 million in 2017/18. Each year, the National Boards and Ahpra publish an agreement on health professions that defines the fees to be paid by physicians, the annual budget of the National Board and the services provided by Ahpra, which allow national boards of directors to perform their functions in accordance with national law. In fiscal year 2016/17, AHPRA received US$211,874 from the Australian Health Advisory Council (AHMAC). An additional $1.4 million was received in the 2017/2018 financial year for the costs of implementing ambulance regulations and the new Paramedicine Board of Australia. As of June 30, 2017, unspent appropriations have been recorded on the balance sheet. When the Board of Directors was set up, these funds were transferred to the Board`s profit and loss account in the form of a grant. When transactions are made on the basis of an agreement between AHPRA and other parties, transactions are only counted if the agreement is irrevocable at the end or before the end of the reference period.
Registered contracts apply until they are terminated or replaced. Total transaction revenues were $184.816 million in the 2017/2018 fiscal year, an increase of $11.580 million over 2016/2017. With the exception of the grant fund ($1.612 million) obtained for the creation of the Paramedicine Board of Australia, growth was due to an increase in the number of filers during the year and different rate increases for six of the national boards, with the other member states maintaining their registration fees during the year. The Council of Ministers participated in the following operations during the period 2017/2018. In 2017/18, $1.4 million was released by Australian governments to support the implementation of national ambulance legislation under the National Plan. Australian health ministers have decided that paramedicine will be regulated under the National Scheme and the initial grant is to help AHPRA begin its work in partnership with the soon-to-be-created Paramedical Council of Australia. The Council of Ministers is made up of ministers from participating legal systems and commonwealth governments, who are responsible for public health. The following ministers were members of the Council of Ministers during the period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018, unless otherwise stated.
The information and instruments are available on the Commission`s website to support an agreement. Visit an agreement for more details. Accreditation activities related to the registration of physicians in accordance with Section 52 of the National Law are disclosed separately. During the period 2017/2018, funding of USD 872 billion (2017: 966 for 2017) was allocated to MBA accreditation activities (see note A4(1)). The well-paid provision is recognized in accordance with the lease agreement for office leases. Enterprise agreements are collective agreements between employers and workers on employment conditions. The Fair Labour Commission can provide information on the process of drafting enterprise agreements, evaluate and approve agreements.