Medicare is broken, can Labor fix it?
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The Albanese government promised to deliver the biggest overhaul to Medicare in 40 years, acknowledging that the system is broken, with GP clinics and hospital emergency departments overwhelmed. But the health sector is disappointed by the lack of detail and funding in Labor’s long-awaited Strengthening Medicare taskforce report. Jane Lee speaks to health policy analyst Jennifer Doggett about the risks and rewards of establishing a truly universal health care system
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