Medicare rebate freeze to be scrapped?

In ongoing discussions with doctors’ groups, the Health Minister has hinted at unfreezing the rebate in the May budget The Medicare rebate freeze has been in place since 2013 and keeps rebates at $37, forcing patients to pay more out-of-pocket costs when visiting their GP. Currently the freeze is set to be in place until

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