Have a look at Dr Brown's presentation on Managed Care in the USA - a doctor's experience. For more information about preventing US Managed Health Care in Australia visit https://www.sendtheeaglehome.com.au/
Attached is the COPS/ASOS submission to the ACCC draft determination.
This is an interview between Dr Suzi Nou, President of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists and Dr Carmen V Brown FACOG, FRANZCOG who practises as an O&G in the Victorian public hospital system. In this podcast is an authentic, unscripted eyewitness account of managed care in action and why we believe it should be opposed
by Holly Pane - Medical RepublicJun 1, 2021 Despite widespread opposition to managed care in Australia, the ACCC has green-lit a controversial health fund buying group. While some say this is the beginning of the end for the Australian healthcare system, the industry promises a revolution in delivering value-based preventative care. Honeysuckle Health, acting as
This is a letter from ACCC dated 21st May 2021 on the Draft Determination - Honeysuckle Health and nib application for Authorisation AA1000542. Dear Sir/Madam Honeysuckle Health and nib application for Authorisation AA1000542 — draft determination The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (the ACCC) has issued a draft determination in respect of the application for

Managed Care in Australia

Managed Care in Australia
Webinar organised by the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) on 12 May 2021. Presenters are Dr Omar Khorshid (Federal President of the AMA), Dr Aniello Iannuzzi (Chairman of ADF) & Mr Stephen Milgate AM (CEO ADF & COPS)
The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to authorise Honeysuckle Health and nib health funds (ASX: NHF) to form and operate a health services buying group for five years. The proposed authorisation will include a condition limiting the size of the buying group. The ACCC is now seeking submissions on the draft determination. The
Managed Care is bad Investment
Emma Morris // October 16, 2020 // Updated: February 18, 2021Originally Posted at OKPolicy.org Following voters’ approval of Medicaid expansion during the June 30 election, Oklahoma’s next steps should be relatively simple. The state has already been providing high-quality, low-cost Medicaid for years; the Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) has a decades-long track record of