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Our submissions for private health insurance

2018

No submissions

2017

Senate committee inquiry into the value of private health insurance

Our submission to the senate committee inquiry into the value and affordability of private health insurance and out-of-pocket medical costs.

ACCC’s report to the senate on private health insurance 2015-16

Our submission to help inform the ACCC’s report to the senate on private health insurance anti-competitive and other practices, with a particular focus on information provided to consumers, for the period of 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.

2016

ACCC’s report to the senate on private health insurance 2014-15

Our submission to help inform the ACCC’s report to the senate on private health insurance anti-competitive and other practices, with a particular focus on information provided to consumers, for the period of 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015.

2015

Commonwealth’s review of private health insurance

Our submission in response to the Australian Government’s consultations on private health insurance being undertaken as part of their review of the health insurance system.

2014

No submissions

2013

No submissions

2012

No submissions

2011

No submissions

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