Here's How Nearly 20% of Medicare Enrollees Put Their Health at Risk Are you making this major mistake? Motley Fool 17 hours ago
Labor commits to more subsidised MRI scans Hundreds of thousands more life-saving scans will be funded by Medicare under a plan announced by Labor. SBS 5 days ago
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Sep.20 -- Senator David Perdue, a Republican from Georgia, discusses his "no" vote on the latest U.S. spending bill and problems with how the United States government is funded. He speaks with..
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Cost of aged care to top $40 billion, eclipse Medicare As baby boomers reach the average age of residential age care entry in a decade, the taxpayer bill for aged care is set to soar. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Red flags raised over Medicare rorting People suspected of defrauding Medicare by up to $30,000 could escape prosecution. Brisbane Times 3 weeks ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Brisbane patients have highest out-of-pocket medical costs in state New data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare shows who is paying the most out of pocket for non-hospital Medicare services. Brisbane Times on August 17, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Record number of bulk billed GP visits Medicare figures show the bulk billing rate for GP visits hit a new high in 2016-17, with nine in 10 visits to the doctor not costing the patient a cent. SBS on August 15, 2018
Canberrans most likely to be slugged fees for Medicare services ACT residents face the biggest out-of-pocket fees to visit a GP in the country. Brisbane Times on August 15, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Half of Australians charged out-of-pocket fees for Medicare services The suburbs where people pay the biggest gaps for Medicare services. Brisbane Times on August 15, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age 'Afraid to use Medicare': Citizenship queue blows out 300 per cent Leaving migrants who have spent years in Australia without access to students loans, an Australian passport or being able to vote months before the next federal poll. Brisbane Times on August 15, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald