Australia's decline in income inequity & reforming private health insurance

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Income inequity across Australia has reduced as an unexpected outcome of government stimulus measures in response to COVID-19. Plus, as more and more people continue to dump private health insurance – what can be done to improve the sector and the overall efficiency of the health system? Guests: Professor Brenton Prosser, Director of the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM) Professor Yuting Zhang, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic & Social Research, University of Melbourne Jennifer Doggert, Editor at Croakey, health policy analyst, Centre for Policy Development Alison, on attitudes to private health insurance

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