Estimating disease-specific costs of GP services in Australia
The primary purpose of this paper is to develop estimates of the costs of management by general practitioners (GPs) of specific diseases. The motivation for the project arises from a dearth of knowledge about the costs of GP management of various conditions on a disease-specific basis. In Australia, aggregate data on the Medicare benefits paid for “GP attendances” are provided in the statistical tables accompanying the annual reports of the Health Insurance Commission (e.g. Health Insurance...[Show more]
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