Medical News

Just how to Finish An Investigation Report

18 Jan

Your article needs to be first and distinctive and make an incredible feeling on the affordable dissertation selection committee. It is therefore important you know how to compose a terrific article. Selecting the right matter is a fundamental part of creating a decent essay that can indulge the reader.

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Einstein ‘s Creations

12 Jan

Great essay writing is incomplete without excellent conclusion. Your choice of an argumentative composition is quite as vital as the introduction. It is necessary to notice that, though the clincher word is the final statement of the section, it ought not provide attention to the way in which the essay reaches a conclusion by immediately […]

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Top suggestions for fixing Medicare

02 Mar

1. LEGISLATION: Mandate to allow doctors to charge a gap fee only on top of a bulk-billed consultation. 2. TIME: Look to relative value of time. Have equally weighted six-minute time slots — six, 12, 18 minutes and so on. This recognises some quality medicine can occur in six minutes, but this is not unduly rewarded […]

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General practice is efficient and economic – look elsewhere for savings

02 Mar

FIRSTLY, the core principles are: the Hippocratic oath; the health system is fair; the health system is affordable; the people of Australia pay for all the medical expenses through tax, insurance and out-of-pocket costs; first-world medicine for all Australians; doctors are doctors for a reason; nurses are nurses, and pharmacists are pharmacists. INTRODUCTION The current […]

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Doctor-rating website using AHPRA records

02 Mar

AHPRA says a mysterious new website that lets patients anonymously rate their doctors is using the agency’s records without permission. The DoctorInspector website – which bills itself as an “open crowdsource doctor rating site” – has been the subject of several complaints to the agency in the past weeks. Many Australian health professionals – from […]

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Work related self-education expenses

30 Jul

The government’s decision to impose a $2,000 cap on tax deductions for work-related self-education expenses will impact on workers in the health and medical fields who spend considerable amounts on self-education annually. Health workers are required to undertake diverse training, in both VET and private education courses. This ensures they keep up to date with […]

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Changes to the private health insurance rebate

28 Jul

The private health insurance rebate is an amount that the government contributes towards the cost of private health insurance premiums. The majority of people with private health insurance claim the rebate as a reduction in the amount of premiums they pay to their private health insurers (known as premium reduction). From 1 July 2012, the private […]

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Net medical tax expenses – phase out

14 May

The Budget included an announcement that the net medical expenses tax offset (NMETO) would be phased out from 1 July 2013, with a saving of $963.5 million over four years. Transitional arrangements will allow taxpayers who incur medical costs for disability aids, attendant care or aged care expenses, to continue to claim the NMETO until […]

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