2012 Federal Budget Briefing Papers - Health and Ageing
|Author(s) :||Capital Monitor|
|Short Description :||NO LONGER AVAILABLE|
|Published :||May, 2012|
Health is a major funding component of the Federal Budget. Industry has called for a major commitment to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme and an increase in wages in the aged care sector. There is wide speculation that there will be cuts to the Medicare safety net.
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The complete series of Budget Briefing Papers will cover the following areas:
1. Environment & Renewable Enery
2. Health & Ageing
3. Family & Community Services
4. Housing & Infrastructure