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Thursday, 27 April 1972
Page: 2186


Mr Berinson (PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) asked the Minister representing the Minister for Health, upon notice:

In respect of each State, what approximate sum would equal the total of 3 months contribution income in the case of large funds, and 6 months contribution income in the case of small funds, as referred to in the Minister's answer to question No. 4586 (Hansard, 9th December 1971, page 4601).


Dr Forbes - The Minister for Health has provided the following answer to the honourable member's question:

The approximate sums that would have equalled the totals of (1) 3 months contribution income in the case of large funds and (2) 6 months contribution income in the case of smaller funds, at 30th June 1971, for each State, are as follows:

Automated Biochemistry (Question No. 5259)

Bit Klugman asked the Minister representing the Minister for Health, upon notice:

How has the Minister calculated the savings from the reduction in pathology item 1276 from $15 to $5 in view of the unavailability of information on the number of claims paid in the last 12 months (Question No. 4654, Hansard, 7th March 1972, page 665).


Dr Forbes - The Minister for Health has provided the following answer to the honourable member's question:

The estimated savings were based on an assessment of information available to my Department including advice from several major users of automatic biochemistry equipment.







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