Despite being ranked as fifth most expensive in the world, Federal Health Minister Tanya Plibersek is leaving no stone unturned to promote health care system. As per the Consumers Health Forum on Monday, in comparison to $476 for New Zealand and $459 for the UK, Australians are paying $1075 every year per person as part of extra medical costs.
New figures revealed that hospitals at Victoria were facing shortfall in treatments long before the depletion of health funds by the federal government.
According to the latest image disclosure of the hospitals all around the nation, the state of Victoria failed to meet the targets of discharging 70% of the patients within a deadline of four hours in the former year.
Federal Government Announces Reinjection of Hospital Funding but No Formal Notifications Yet, says Peninsula HealthSubmitted by Davell Wilkins on Tue, 02/26/2013 - 09:22
Last Thursday, announcements came from Federal Health Minister Ms. Tanya Plibersek about a so-called rescue package (by the Gillard government) for Victorian hospitals. But Peninsula Health says that it has yet not received any formal notification for the changes. When will the changes be applicable then?
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