The Guardian writes: Consumers Health Forum of Australia has called for a comparison service for specialists’ fees after a study in the Medical Journal of Australia found some Australians are paying five times more than others to see a specialist depending on their need and location. The comparison service would resemble services including MySchool, which rates primary and secondary schools around the country, and petrol price comparison sites run by several state governments.
Australia: Consumer Body Calls for Website to Compare Doctors' Fees, Services
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