Private health insurance reports

The ACCC is required to provide the senate with a report annually on '...any anti-competitive practices by health insurers or providers, which reduce the extent of health cover for consumers and increase their out-of-pocket medical and other expenses.'

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Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, 1 July 2005 to 1 July 2006.
1 Dec 2006
Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, 1 July 2004 to 30 June 2005.
8 Dec 2005
Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, 1 July 2003 to 30 June 2004.
30 Nov 2004
Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, 1 January 2002 to 30 June 2003.
1 Dec 2003
Reports to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, July to December 2001.
21 Jun 2002
Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, 1 July 2000 to 30 June 2001.
21 Aug 2001
Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, January to June 2000.
21 Oct 2000
Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health funds and providers in relation to private health insurance, July to December 1999.
21 Apr 2000

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