Australia's imaging expenditure artificially inflated?
This article was originally published in Clinica
High growth rates in expenditure on diagnostic imaging services under Australia's Medicare system are "artificially inflated", argues Dr Peter Duffy of the Royal Australian College of Radiologists. Taking into account cost-shifting by hospitals from state to federal government budgets and demographic changes, use of these services has actually declined over the past five years, he believes.
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