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Australia’s health system is complex, fragmented and filled with vested interests as demonstrated by the volume of recent media. If there is a unifying cry amongst those clamouring to be heard it is this: the current system is unsustainable. Is this true? If so, what does that mean for the future of healthcare in Australia?
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Find out more about how actuaries can make a valuable contribution to the development of the sustainability of the microfinance industry.
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