Grattan report slams primary care

Ineffective management of heart disease, asthma, diabetes and other chronic illness costs the Australian health system more than $320 million each year in avoidable hospital admissions, says a new Grattan Institute report that the AMA has described as an "unfair attack". According to Chronic failure in primary care, at best the Australian primary care system

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