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Health Insurance News
Healthcare professionals most trusted by the Australian public
Nurses, doctors and pharmacists have been voted as the top three most ethical, honest and trustworthy professionals by the Australian public in a recent Roy Morgan survey. Read more...
New patient care model could benefit Australians
Those with private health insurance may have an even smoother experience if they require surgery or other healthcare, with a proposed new patient care model set to ease pressure on healthcare professionals and reduce travel time for patients. Read more...
Could your birth weight be linked to disease in later life?
US researchers from Northwestern University have uncovered a link between low birth weight, breastfeeding and levels of inflammation and heart disease. Read more...
What's the rule with health insurance and pre-existing conditions?
Wondering if you're still entitled to hospital cover when you have a pre-existing condition? And what is a pre-existing condition anyway? The Private Health Insurance Ombudsman has the answers to these pressing questions and more. Read more...
Obesity may increase likelihood of muscle and bone deterioration
A new study from Florida State University has found those with obesity may have declining levels of bone density and muscle mass as a result, which could mean individuals benefit from emergency health cover. Read more...