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Are you under pressure from private health insurers?

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You have just over a week to tell your story and help bring about change. A Senate Inquiry is looking into private health insurance, examining issues such as out-of-pocket costs and value and affordability for consumers. The inquiry needs to hear from individual dentists about how funds are impacting on choice, access and outcomes for their patients, and on the dental profession.

Submissions are due by next Friday, 28 July, and can be prepared in around 10 minutes. For a brief guide on making a submission, a link to an explanation of the inquiry’s terms of reference or to download a template, visit the ADA Inc. website. Members are also strongly advised to read the Parliament’s detailed Making a Submission page.

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