Extended Medicare Safety Net
2011 Review into the Extended Medicare Safety Net
The Minister for Health and Ageing, the Hon Nicola Roxon has released the ‘Review of Capping Arrangements Report 2011’.
The capping report is an independent review undertaken by the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE).
2011 Extended Medicare Safety Net Review Report (PDF 5876 KB)
Final Report - Review of EMSN benefit capping June 2011 (HTML Version)
Contextual Overview (PDF 40 KB)
Final Contextual Overview (HTML Version)
Appendix B - public and provider views (PDF 44 KB)
Appendix B - public and provider views (HTML Version)
Appendix C - Technical Note (PDF 33 KB)
Appendix C - technical note (HTML Version)
Appendix D - Regression Results (PDF 140 KB)
Appendix D - regression results (HTML Version)
Online ISBN: 978-1-74241-470-6
Publications Number: D0407
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