It has been recently revealed by the Health Minister, Tanya Plibersek, that in the time to come, the private health insurance scenario is not going to have too many people going, as they might be coming.
This has been revealed after a bill has been given out by the federal government, for the testing of the 30% rebate, which has been sanctioned by the Senate recently, together with support from the Greens, which brings to an end the four years long discussions and troubles brewing over the matter.
It was further added by her that the private health insurance will continue to be a viable option for the people, because what they want is an array of options from which they could make the best choice for themselves.
"Our Treasury modeling shows that about 27,000 people might leave private health insurance but I just have to remind you that 50,000 joined in the last quarter alone so, yes, we expect some people will leave but we've got a constant stream of new people joining”, said Plibersek, in a recent statement.
She was of the view that there are currently no views of changing the plan of action for the private insurance schemes.
It was further added that the rebate from the 1st of July is going to be the testing mode for the number of earnings for each individual who is exceeding $83,000 and $166000 for the families.
There is need to see what the future brings and how things go and whether there is need for making the changes that are proposed in the private insurance schemes and which shall work well for one and all in the long run.
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