Opinion

Australia is bathing in comparative adequacy on healthcare. Let's do better

Zoë Wundenberg
January 23 2024 - 5:30am

As Australians, we hear horror stories about the healthcare sector in places like the US and we read about the barrage of issues with the UK's NHS. We are made to feel grateful for our current Medicare system, NDIS scheme and the comparative accessibility to healthcare that we, as a nation, appear to enjoy.

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Zoë Wundenberg

Zoë Wundenberg is a careers consultant and un/employment advocate at impressability.com.au, and a regular columnist for ACM.

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