Health Insurance Act

Health Insurance Act
Закон о государственном медицинском страховании в Австралии (принят на совместном заседании обеих палат парламента в 1974; новый закон предусматривал определённые привилегии в медицинском обслуживании без проверки нуждаемости; закон распространялся и на пенсионеров; каждый обеспечивается бесплатным медицинским обслуживанием в государственной больнице, а также врачом общего профиля или специалистом, при условии, что врач согласен посылать все счета в государственное страховое агентство)

Australia and New Zealand. English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2014.

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