Health expenditure Australia 2007-08

1 October 2009

Health expenditure in Australia in 2007-08 reached $104 billion. As a percentage of GDP it was 9.1%, the same level as in 2006-07. The area of health expenditure showing the highest growth was public health expenditure which grew by 21% in real terms, mostly due to extra spending on immunisation. Health expenditure Australia 2007-08 examines expenditure on different types of health goods and services in the decade to 2007-08. It describes funding by the Australian and State governments, private health insurance and individuals; compares health expenditures in the different states and territories and compares Australia's spending with other countries.

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, 2009, Health expenditure Australia 2007-08, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, viewed 27 March 2017, <http://apo.org.au/node/19163>.

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