Commission of Audit wishes ill on Medicare

June 2014
Lamp;Jun2014, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p24
Academic Journal
The article talks about the Commission of Audit's recommendations to the government of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott to reduce the size of government and its expenditure on public services. Topics discussed include the health system as the prime target of the recommendations which include a 15-dollar co-payment for all Medicare-funded services, the impact of these proposed reforms on total expenditure on health, and the plan to introduce a private health insurance market.


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