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  • Date: 20/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7280/0000 - Source: Senate
  • Committee met at 9.06
    Date: 20/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7280/0001 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I declare open this second day of public hearings of the Senate Select Committee on Medicare, and welcome everyone here today. The session this morning, which goes to the question around the linkage with Medicare and family tax benefit A, will be run in the same way as we
    Date: 20/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7280/0002 - Source: Senate
  • BOLTON, Ms Genevieve , National Liaison Officer and Secretary of the National Welfare Rights Network Inc .; and Supervising Solicitor, Welfare Rights and Legal Centre, Australian Capital Territory CURRAN, Ms Patricia Lynne , Assistant Secretary, Family Payments and Child Support Policy Branch, Department of Family and Community Services FLEMING, Mrs
    Date: 20/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7280/0003 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Do any of you have anything to say about the capacity in which you appear? Ms Perry —I am appearing in my own right, although I am an honorary fellow at the Social Policy Research Centre at the University of New South Wales. CHAIR —Information on parliamentary privilege
    Date: 20/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7280/0004 - Source: Senate
  • BLAZOW, Ms Judy , First Assistant Secretary, Medical and Pharmaceutical Division, Department of Health and Ageing DAVIES, Mr Philip , Deputy Secretary, Department of Health and Ageing HUXTABLE, Ms Rosemary , Assistant Secretary, Medicare Implementation Team, Primary Care Division, Department of Health and Ageing LEARMONTH, Mr David , First Assistant
    Date: 20/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7280/0005 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I declare open this final session of the inquiry into the proposals from the government for amendments to Medicare. I welcome representatives from the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. Information on parliamentary privilege and the protection of witnesses and evidence has been provided to you. The committee prefers
    Date: 20/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7280/0006 - Source: Senate
  • Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0000 - Source: Senate
  • Committee met at 9.10
    Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0001 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I declare open this public hearing of the Senate Select Committee on Medicare, and welcome everyone here today. As most of you would be aware, the committee tabled its first report, entitled Medicare: healthcare or welfare? , on 30 October last year. That first inquiry was a general investigation
    Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0002 - Source: Senate
  • DEEBLE, Professor John Stewart , (Private capacity) DWYER, Professor John Michael , Chairperson and Spokesperson, Australian Health Care Reform Alliance HALL, Professor Jane , Director, Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation McAULEY, Mr Ian , Lecturer, Public Sector Finance, University of Canberra WALKER, Ms Agnes , Principal Research Fellow,
    Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0003 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Information on parliamentary privilege and the protection of witnesses and evidence has been provided to you. In a moment I will invite each of you to offer some introductory comments. In view of the limited time available I would ask that you keep these comments to somewhere around three
    Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0004 - Source: Senate
  • GODDARD, Mr Martyn Stewart , Senior Policy Officer (Health), Australian Consumers Association HARVEY, Mr Roy , Health Policy Adviser, Australian Council of Social Service HOPKINS, Ms Helen , Executive Director, Consumers Health Forum of Australia MENADUE, Mr David Lynton , President, National Association of People Living with HIV-AIDS MOHLE, Ms
    Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0005 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Information on parliamentary privilege and the protection of witnesses and evidence has been provided to you. In a moment I will invite each of you to offer some introductory comments. In view of the limited time available, as you are probably all aware, I will ask you to
    Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0006 - Source: Senate
  • HAIKERWAL, Dr Mukesh Chandra , Vice-President, Australian Medical Association KIDD, Professor Michael Richard , President, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners LIM, Dr Kean-Seng , Secretary, Mount Druitt Medical Practitioners Association MOXHAM, Dr James Roger Ewing , President, Australian College of Non Vocationally Registered General Practitioners SLANEY, Dr Graham Michael
    Date: 19/01/2004 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/7279/0007 - Source: Senate
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