More Australians benefit from Medicare safety net
This article was originally published in Clinica
The new Australian Medicare safety net is increasing access to medical procedures, including X-rays, blood tests, MRI scans, CT scans, radiation oncology, tissue biopsies, pap smears, specialist consultations and GP visits, says the government. It has provided some 600,000 people - more than the 450,000 initially envisaged - with additional financial assistance to cover out-of hospital medical expenses to date, and is likely to benefit over one million Australians in 2004, it claims.
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