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Jeff Richardson

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Professor Richardson's research has focused upon the innovation of ideas, new methods and areas of theoretical and policy controversies and issues in current health policy. Recent research has concentrated upon measurement of the quality of life and measurement of social benefits.  

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0000-0002-4248-4280

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16 Dec 2011
209

Dental health has been largely excluded from the Australian Government’s health scheme Medicare. The result of this is significant suffering by those who cannot afford the cost of private dental care. The problem is concentrated among low-income and marginalised groups who identify the financial cost...

Journal article

3 May 2010
623

Key arguments of the recent proposal for health reforms are questionable, writes Jeff Richardson in the Medical Journal of Australia.

Journal article

15 May 2009
157

The aim of this study is to investigate whether the public believes high cost patients should be a lower priority for public health care than low cost patients, other things being equal, in order to maximise health gains from the health budget.

Semi-structured group...

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23 Mar 2008
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The overall objective of the paper is to model and econometrically analyze the impact of access costs (travel time to hospital) and quality of health care on the utilization of elective health services in public hospitals. The authors argue that patients might face a trade-off...

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2 Aug 2007
19

This paper argues that the usual framework for evaluating health services may need modification in the context of a National Health Scheme (NHS). Some costs and benefits may need to be ignored or discounted, others included at face value, and some transfer payments included in...

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