Key arguments of the recent proposal for health reforms are questionable
Prime Minister Rudd is to be applauded for shaking the logjam of federal–state health relations, which for some time has been identified as a stumbling block to improving the health system. But that is all. His proposals as we currently know them have superficial appeal, but from a longer-term perspective they are a poisoned chalice.
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