Historic Health Reforms?

Right up there with the great moral challenge of our time. Having a single government funder of health services would help to prevent some of the bickering between Sate and federal governments, and reduce some of the cost of bureacratic oversight in health service delivery. So more money could be spent on actual medical care. …

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KI Doctors Again

I am starting to feel something akin to outrage at the way Kangaroo Island’s doctors continue to hold medical services on the island to ransom. See my earlier post for more details about the background. Briefly, after a long period of negotiation between government and doctors’ organisations, a contract was offered to rural doctors under …

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