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GPs are abandoning bulk billing. What does this mean for affordable family medical care?

By David King, Senior Lecturer in General Practice, The University of Queensland
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GPs have been sounding the alarm over rising costs of providing care – compounded by the pandemic and more complex demands. Many have said they are abandoning bulk billing, the Medicare scheme that pays doctors a flat rate for providing consultations.

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